Credit: David Williams

Credit: David Williams


“The 25 Most Influential People on the Internet” - Time Magazine
”2018 Live Streamer of the Year” - Shorty Awards
”2018 New Yorker of the Year” - TimeOut New York

Scott Rogowsky is quickly making a name for himself across the media landscape as the host with most. Where you know him from his daily appearances on the wildly popular live mobile game show HQ Trivia, his own, late-night talk show Running Late with Scott Rogowsky, his two shows on Verizon’s Go90 (Start Talkin’ produced for Complex Networks and Weird World of Sports produced for Whistle Sports), or the ABC Primetime series Would You Fall For That? he co-hosted with Nick Watt and Sasheer Zamata, Scott is seemingly popping up everywhere.

To the tens of millions of people who have joined the live, daily HQ Trivia broadcasts since the show’s launch in August 2017, Scott is affectionately called “Quiz Daddy” and admired for his quick wit and improvisational panache while hosting the viral app sensation. When he’s not on camera, Scott is on stage at comedy clubs and college campuses performing stand-up or hosting Running Late, his self-produced talk show on which he has interviewed over 400 celebrity guests since 2011 including Jon Hamm, Paul Rudd, Steve Buscemi, Sarah Silverman, John Oliver, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Amy Sedaris, Nick Kroll, Paul Dano, Matt Groening, Kevin Nealon, Reggie Watts, Dick Cavett, Jim Gaffigan, Dan Rather, Janeane Garofalo, Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer, and Desus & Mero. 

Scott is also a talented writer and producer, having produced on Debate Wars for Seeso and Crowd Goes Wild for Fox Sports 1 and having written for The Onion News Network on IFC and Onion SportsDome on Comedy Central. He has also produced, written, and/or starred in several viral videos including “Mother’s Day Lie Detector” (18 million YouTube views) and the “Fake Books on the Subway” series which has been viewed over 200 million times across YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.

Scott was born in New York City and currently resides there. Isn't that interesting?