When Henry Zebrowski and the other members of the comedy troupe Murderfist graduated from Florida State University, they had one goal in mind: take over New York City. Beginning in 2006, the crew played shows all over the city, paid or unpaid, just to practice their craft. With all of their accrued experience, they became accomplished at writing and performing sketch and stand-up comedy. They also gained a lot of exposure to other comedians and casting directors. Zebrowski's first professional on-screen appearance was a recurring job in 2009, on the sketch show "Michael and Michael Have Issues" (Comedy Central, 2009-2010). In 2010, he had his first taste of network television, appearing as in a guest role on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999- ). His first feature appearance was a small supporting role in "White Irish Drinkers" (2010), about a pair of brothers who decide to rip off a theater hosting a Rolling Stones show in 1975. Although much of Zebrowski's time and passion went into various sketch comedy shows including "College Humor Originals" (MTV, 2009) and "Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell" (Adult Swim, 2103- ), his biggest exposure to date came in the role of Alden Kupferberg, aka Sea Otter, in "The Wolf of Wall Street" (2013). In 2015, he gained even more exposure as one of the lead characters in the high profile miniseries "Heroes Reborn" (NBC, 2015).