Comedian Michael Ian Black is best known for being one of the co-founders and starring in such sketch comedy groups like “The State” for MTV and the Comedy Central series, “Viva Variety” and “Stella.” Additionally, Black has directed and penned such films like “Wedding Daze” (2006) starring Jason Biggs and Isla Fischer, and wrote “Run Fat Boy Run” (2007), featuring fellow English actors Simon Pegg and Thandie Newton. Many will also recognize him from his regular appearances on VH-1′s “Best Week Ever” and “Celebrity Poker Showdown.” Black issued his fourth book, “You’re Not Doing It Right: Tales of Marriage, Sex, Death, and Other Humiliations,” in February 2012. Follow him on Twitter @MichaelIanBlack.
Which BBC America character are you?
The British one.
Name your vice – which of the deadly sins could you never give up?
Sloth. It’s my favorite of the sins. I take mine with milk and sugar.
Disclose one thing your best friend doesn’t know about you.
I slept with his wife.
What’s the worst gift you’ve ever given?
What dead person gives you the heebie jeebies?
Some of them give me heebies, and some of them give me jeebies, but the only dead person who gives me both is Dick Cheney.
Which cartoon character turns you on?
Any Japanese anime porn.
Who was your childhood crush?
Molly Ringwald’s braces.
If you could come back to life as a famous historical figure, who would it be?
The guy who figures out how to live forever.
Would you rather be at the helm of a time machine or a rocket ship?
Time machine, but only if it’s the one from “Back to the Future.”
Would you rather have Rebecca Black’s “Friday” on repeat play in your head for one year or sing it front of public crowd once a day for a week?
I would actually love to sing “Friday” in front of a crowd.