Nate Corddry is the younger brother of American actor Rob Corddry. But over the years, Nate has made his name and fame on his own in the entertainment industry with his performance on the CBS series Mom where he played the character, Gabriel.
He has also appeared in a few short movies such as Guided By Voices: Planet Score in 2014, Ricked Wicky: Poor Substitute in 2015, and You Are Not Alone in 2016.
Nate Corddry, the talented actor, stands at a height of 5 feet 7½ inches (1.71 meters) and his birth sign is Virgo.
He was born on the 8th of September 1977 in Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA. He has a brother named Rob Corddry who is also an actor.
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He attended Weymouth High School from where he graduated in 1995. Later, he joined Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire, London. He was a member of the class of 2000.
Nate Corddry is currently dating Jessica Renee Russell. He started giving glimpses of his romance with a girlfriend on social media handles since February 2014.
Nate Corddry with the girlfriend (Photo: Nate Corddry's Instagram)
Professionally, his girlfriend Jessica is an actress and known for her work on Cassandra French’s Finishing School, Donny, and Hedgehog.
Journey In The Entertainment Industry
Nate Corddry began his career in the entertainment industry around the early 2000s. Early in his career, he joined The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He and his brother, who worked on the show as a well-known correspondent since 2002, appeared together in several episodes on the show, including a segment called Brother Vs. Brother on 21 February 2006. But the two brothers left the program in mid- 2006.
Other than his Daily show appearance, Nate has 50 movies and TV shows credits under his name. His first television series was Late Night with Conan O’Brien in 2002 where he played the character of Nathan Corddry. The following year, he appeared in the 2003 Law & Order: Criminal Intent as Ricky Gergis and the same year, he landed a role in another television series Guiding Light where he portrayed the role of Computer Nerd.
His other remarkable television series are Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006 -2007), United States of Tara (2009), The Pacific (2010), Harry’s Law (2011-2012), Children's Hospital (2008 -2012), amongst others. Similarly, he has also given his best in movies like Suburban Girl (2007), The Ugly Truth (2009), 6 Souls (2010), Girls Most Likely (2012), The Heat (2013), St. Vincent (2014), The Night Is Young (2015), Ghostbusters (2016), The Circle (2017), and Standing Up, Falling in 2019.
In 2020, he appeared as Matthew Dodson in episode 1 of television series Perry Mason.