US film and television star Jack McBrayer will make his West End debut in the role of Ogie in Waitress, which will begin preview performances on 8 February ahead of its official opening night on 7 March at London’s Adelphi Theatre.

Jack was Emmy-nominated for his portrayal of Kenneth Parcell on the multi-award winning and critically acclaimed series “30 Rock” for NBC. He is also known for his work on “The Jack and Triumph Show” for Universal/Adult Swim, Adult Swim’s first half hour comedy straight to series pickup, which Jack executive produced and starred opposite Robert Smigel. He can be seen in “Cooties” opposite Elijah Wood and Rainn Wilson for Lionsgate which premiered at Sundance. Jack also starred in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” opposite Jason Segel, directed by Nicholas Stoller and produced by Judd Apatow for Universal. His other credits include “Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby,” directed and written by Adam McKay and produced by Judd Apatow for Columbia Pictures; “The Campaign” opposite Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis, directed by Jay Roach for Warner Bros; opposite Bill Hader in “The To Do List” for CBS Films; and “They Came Together” opposite Paul Rudd and directed by David Wain for Lionsgate.

Jack can also be seen appearing on ABC’s “The Middle,” Comedy Central’s “Drunk History” opposite Derek Waters and USA’s “Playing House” opposite Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair. He can be heard voicing the lead role of Fix-It Felix in “Wreck-It Ralph,” directed Rich Moore and produced by John Lasseter for Disney. His other animated film voice credits include “Despicable Me” for Universal, “The Simpsons” on Fox and “Archer” on FX.