Matt Catanzano

About Matt

Matt Catanzano is an actor, writer, comedian living in NYC. He just finished a showcase show for NBC/Universal directed by Mick Napier. He is a 6 year veteran of the Mainstage Cast at Improv Asylum in Boston, MA where he was a performer, writer, director, and teacher. 

Matt is the co-creator (with Richie Moriarty) of “Simply Unemployable”. Together they write, direct, and star in sketches for their YouTube page.  In 2012, Simply Unemployable signed as a Channel Partner on Broadway Video's YouTube Channel, Above Average. Simply Unemployable has since written and starred in two webseries for Above Average: Portrait STUdio and Congressional Hearings as well as many one-off sketches. 

Simply Unemployable sketches have been featured on The A.V. ClubEntertainment WeeklyBackstage MagazineBuzzFeedDiggCollege HumorSplitsiderNPR and Huffington Post among others.

They also produce their own live shows under the Simply Unemployable name. 

But Matt's real acting claim to fame is as the Easy-Tech guy in the Staples in-store videos. He also doesn’t understand when it's appropriate to call something a “claim to fame.”