The past several years have produced an "embarrassment of riches" for actor Ken Jeong, who has gone from being a practicing physician, to dabbling in stand-up comedy, to having one of the fullest dance cards in Hollywood. After breaking onto the scene as a peeved doctor in 'Knocked Up,' the 40-year-old star has blitzed the big screen with scene-stealing roles in 'Step Brothers,' 'Role Models' and most notably this year's 'The Hangover,' where he went Full Monty in a fight scene for the ages.

Now, Jeong is taking his brand of comic rage to the small screen where he'll be playing the irate Spanish teacher on NBC's new sitcom 'Community.' We chatted briefly with the actor about Senor Chang's demons, his "beef" with costar and 'Talk Soup' vet Joel McHale and how his manhood (displayed for all to see in 'Hangover') has become a source of mockery on set and at home. Check out a clip from the show, and read the full interview inside.