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Nick Offerman may be best known for his mustache … and his character Ron Swanson on the hit TV show "Parks and Recreation," but the comedian has a long lineage of roles on his roster! Audiences love his deadpan style and swarm to see the funnyman LIVE on stage! Buy your Nick Offerman theater tickets now!
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Nick Offerman Theater Tickets

It's hard to find a more multitalented performer than Nick Offerman. A skilled comedian, actor, woodworker and fight choreographer, the Illinois native is known largely for his breakout role as Ron Swanson on "Parks and Recreation." However, with a mustache that's the envy of men everywhere, he has cultivated a loyal fan following for his unique stage performances, and anyone who picks up Nick Offerman tickets is surely in for a hilarious evening.

Offerman got his start as part of the improv comedy scene in Chicago during the 1990s. However, it was not until the early 2000s that he started popping up in smaller roles in movies such as "Sin City" and TV shows including "The West Wing." While he became more well-known, it was not until his debut as Ron Swanson in 2009 that made him a household name.

Swanson, who has become a favorite among TV viewers for his deadpan delivery and classic one-liners, helped bring Offerman to the forefront, and ever since he has been a staple on comedy shows. Whether it is his regular guest appearances on "Conan," reading tweets of young female celebrities, or his work on the "Children's Hospital," you don't have to look far to find Offerman on TV.