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In 2006, Watts started to branch out into performing for television and film, while continuing to pursue live performance and the creation of new performance technologies.In 2007, Watts appeared on Plum TV's "Scott Bateman Presents Scott Bateman Presents" and starred in the College Humor internet video "What About Blowjobs? The same year, he also wrote and performed the theme song for Penelope Princess of Pets, a web comedy series featuring Kristen Schaal and H. In 2008, Watts recorded a new special entitled "Disinformation", which features his performance at the Under the Radar Festival at the Public Theater.Soon afterwards, Watts performed a song with LCD Soundsystem on their farewell documentary movie, Shut Up and Play the Hits.In 2013, On The Boards recorded a new Watts special entitled Transition, which played at various arts festivals including the Under the Radar Festival at The Public Theater; it was winner of the MAP Fund Award and Creative Capital award. Watts was invited to perform at Yoko Ono's Meltdown 2013 on the South Bank in London where he was supported by Mac Lethal.In 2014, Watts contributed the outro vocal on "Holy City" and beatbox on "The Classic" from the Joan As Police Woman album The Classic.He also appeared as the last act in the season 4 premiere of John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show where he told some jokes and performed a song, hugging John Oliver at the end. Watts has a slot on the show to ask a guest a question about anything (called Reggie's Question on show clips).as "The Delivery Guy", Australia's "Good News Week", and appeared in the UK documentary The Yes Men Fix the World. In 2010, Waverly Films shot a one-hour special on Watts called Why Shit So Crazy? The special features Watts in live performance at New York venues Galapagos, The Bellhouse, and Le Poisson Rouge, bookended with brief sketches and a music video of Watts' "Fuck Shit Stack". Watts's second stand-up special, Reggie Watts: A "Live" in Central Park, premiered on May 12, 2012 on Comedy Central in the "Secret Stash" completely uncensored to positive reviews.Watts also toured in direct support of Devo in a fall 2009 tour which featured that band's albums Q: Are We Not Men? The film was made available as a CD/DVD through Watts' official website as well as Comedy Central's online store.
His improvised musical sets are created using only his voice, a keyboard, and a looping machine. His father was an officer in the United States Air Force and the family lived in Germany and Spain before relocating to Great Falls, Montana, where Watts was raised and graduated from Great Falls High School in the class of 1990.
Watts performed in his first solo short film "Watts Does London" and made a small appearance on Comedy Central's Michael and Michael Have Issues.
He then did voice work for an episode of Adult Swim's The Venture Bros. Afterwards, Watts made various public appearances, including in Conan O'Brien's The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour.
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