Zach Galifianakis stars as “Chip Baskets,” a man with a dream to be a great clown. After striking out as a French clown, a rodeo clown and a birthday clown, he struggles to find his next role at the Baskets Family Rodeo. Galifianakis also plays “Dale Baskets,” Chip’s identical twin. Dale is the only businessman at the Rodeo. He’s frustrated with his mother’s spending habits, his brother’s incompetence and his daughters' love of froyo - and it all goes straight to his lower back. After failing his last college course by one point at North Carolina State University, Zach Galifianakis moved to New York City. He got his start performing his brand of humor in the back of a hamburger joint in Times Square, graduating to doing stand-up at nightclubs and coffee houses in the city. While working as a busboy, he got his first acting job on the sitcom Boston Common for NBC. An eclectic career has followed. Most recently, Galifianakis was seen in Greg Mottola’s Keeping Up With The Joneses for 20th Century Fox in which he starred alongside Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher and Gal Gadot, as well as Jared Hess’ Masterminds with Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis. He also stars in Justin Chadwick’s Tulip Fever with Alicia Vikander and Dane DeHaan. Prior to that, Galifianakis starred opposite Michael Keaton, Naomi Watts, Emma Stone and Ed Norton in the 2015 Oscar® winner for Best Motion Picture of the Year, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu. Galifianakis is most well-known from The Hangover trilogy from the comedy mind of Todd Phillips for Warner Bros. Galifianakis played "Alan," the hapless member of the wolfpack in all three films, the first of which became domestically the highest grossing R-rated comedy of all time. Before completing the trilogy, he starred alongside Will Ferrell in the Jay Roach directed comedy The Campaign for Warner Bros. Galifianakis reteamed with director Todd Phillips for Due Date, the buddy comedy with Robert Downey Jr. In a departure from comedy, Galifianakis starred in the Focus Features film It’s Kind Of A Funny Story, where he played a patient in a mental hospital, bringing his warmth and humor to the character of "Bobby." Other film credits include Dinner For Schmucks opposite Steve Carell and Paul Rudd, the independent feature Youth In Revolt, the Jerry Bruckheimer produced live-action Disney feature G-Force which debuted at #1 and grossed over $290 million worldwide, as well as a cameo role in Jason Reitman’s Academy Award® nominated film Up In The Air. He also appeared in the critically acclaimed feature Into The Wild from Paramount Vantage and director Sean Penn. Previously on the small screen, Galifianakis starred in the HBO comedy Bored To Death with Jason Schwartzman and Ted Danson, which ran for three seasons. He also hosted the critically acclaimed VH1 talk show, Late World With Zach, as well as writing and starring in Dog Bites Man for Comedy Central. Galifianakis continues to host the Emmy®-winning internet talk show Between Two Ferns, on which he has interviewed such guests as President Barack Obama, Brad Pitt, Steve Carell, Natalie Portman, Conan O’Brien and Justin Bieber.