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Kobi Libii

Kobi Libii

After graduating from Yale University in 2007, Indiana native Kobi Libii -- who gained online notoriety after appearing in a "Glee"-esque admissions video for his alma mater -- moved to New York City to pursue a career as an actor. After playing Alex Farmer in the 2009 television series "Brainstorm" about a struggling ad agency, Libii was cast in a few other film and television projects, including the Dane Cook-vehicle "Next Caller." Libii was cast alongside Zosia Mamet and Matt Lauria in Paul Downs Colaizzo's play "Really Really," which opened in New York City in February 2013 after premiering in Washington, DC the previous year. The play was directed by David Cromer, and tells the story of six students at a liberal arts college slowly piecing together the events of the previous evening. Libii and the rest of the cast was well-reviewed, and the experience and press offered some wonderful exposure. In 2013, Libii was cast in the pilot "Alpha House," an Amazon.com original series about four Republican senators who live together in a rented house in Washington DC. The series starred John Goodman and was created by "Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau.
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