This paper people is Moshe Kasher [Original Website], the papercraft toy is designed by sally. Moshe Kasher is an American stand-up comedian, writer and actor based in the Los Angeles area. In 2009 iTunes named Kasher "Best New Comic" and his comedy album Everyone You Know Is Going to Die, and Then You Are! was ranked one of the top 20 comedy albums on iTunes that same year. He was also named "Comic to Watch in 2010" by Punchline Magazine.
Kasher is a published playwright, writer and author: While still in college, Kasher's long form monologue "Look Before You Leap" was included in the literary collection Monologues For Men By Men: Volume Two published in 2003. In 2011 he contributed several articles to Heeb magazine. In 2012 he published his autobiography Kasher in the Rye: The True Tale of a White Boy from Oakland Who Became a Drug Addict, Criminal, Mental Patient, and Then Turned 16 published by Hachette Book Group's Grand Central Publishing.
Kasher played small roles in the independent films Sorry, Thanks (2009) and Wish Makers of West Hollywood (2010). He appeared on episodes of the FOX sitcom Traffic Light in 2011 and the NBC sitcom Whitney in 2012. Kasher played the role of Ruben - a gay, deaf man confined to a wheelchair - in an episode of the US television series Shameless which aired March 18, 2012.
In 2011 Kasher, along with Neal Brennan and DJ Douggpound, started a podcast called The Champs. Kasher said the following of the podcast in a 2011 interview with SanDiego.com: "It’s Doug dropping sound effects and beats over me and Neal kind of hosting an hour of ridiculous chat. We have a rotating black guy guest, there’s a different black guest every week." Guests of the show have included actor/comedians Wayne Brady and David Alan Grier, as well as musician Questlove, adult film star Lexington Steele and professional basketball player Blake Griffin. The show has strayed from its guest format on four occasions with episodes featuring comedian and actor Bobby Lee, former pornographic actress Sasha Grey, former Major League Baseball player Jose Canseco and comedian Felipe Esparza.