Zach Cregger stars as Aaron Greenway on NBC's "Friends with Benefits." Wildly successful in the technical world, Aaron isn't quite as successful when it comes to romance.
Cregger is a founding member and writer for the New York comedy troupe, "The Whitest Kids U'Know," which he started while attending The School of Visual Arts. The group's reputation for unpolished, hit-or-miss hilarity is well known around the New York comedy circuit, and they were recognized as the Best Sketch Group at the 2006 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. The group's self-titled sketch comedy show just finished shooting its fifth season for IFC TV and Fuse.
Cregger also co-wrote, co-directed and co-starred in the recent Fox Atomic feature, "Miss March." The film chronicles two friends' cross-country trip to the Playboy Mansion. He also appeared in the Lionsgate film "College," with Drake Bell and Nick Zano.
A native of Arlington, Virginia, Cregger currently divides his time working on various projects between New York and Los Angeles.