From there, he traveled the standard route for a young actor and comedian: sets at local dives, stand-in work, a feature in a country music video, and finally a move to Los Angeles in 1995.
Fielder, the comedian, often gives Nathan, the character, odd bits of physical business when he’s opening a segment—filigrees of awkwardness that sometimes have something to do with the topic at hand but are just as likely to be non-sequiturs.(I also love the split-second appearance of an orange at the end.)Although they might seem disposable, these off-kilter moments lend depth to Nathan.If the premise of the character were merely that he’s an awkward guy who shouldn’t be on TV, Nathan For You would be monotonous, like an extended Saturday Night Live sketch. He’s a fleshed-out character who sees the world through a strange, unpredictable lens, and when Fielder has a spare second or two to show us the view through that lens, he doesn’t waste the opportunity. Harley, he is the author of several books such as .They will no doubt put a lot of stress on the relationship.