Shi Ne Nielson - Episode 287

• August 31st, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Shi Ne Nielson. Shi Ne is an up and coming actress that's been in a string of popular television shows including: Grey's Anatomy, Parenthood, CSI: NY, The Young & the Restless and has appeared in numerous national commercials for companies such as Lexus, Radio Shack, Farmer's Insurance and AT&T to name a few. She also is a recurring character on ABC Family's new hit drama Chasing Life. She portrays Raquel Avila, the hard-nosed political editor of the Boston Post and the heroine's ruthless rival. A graduate from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Shi Ne continues to study improv and acting throughout Los Angeles and is one of the stars of the popular web-series The Devil Interviews.    

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Paul Greenberg - Episode 286

• August 28th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with writer/actor Paul Greenberg. Paul got his acting start by being a part of the Canadian sketch group The Vacant Lot. Since then he has appeared on various shows including as The Jenny McCarthy Show, Random Play, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Reno 911 and Curb Your Enthusiasm. He has also done voices for the cartoons Invader Zim, The Ant Bully and The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius to name few. He is an Emmy winning writer and has worked on many series and award shows such as Jackass, Blue Collar TV, Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Lady Gaga & The Muppets' Holiday Spectacular, The Primetime Emmy Awards, The Annual People's Choice Awards, The MTV Movie Awards and The Annual Tony Awards. He currently co-stars with David Higgins in the series International Ghost Investigators: Hollywood Division.

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Darren Carter - Episode 285

• August 24th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with comic Darren Carter. Darren is a CooperTalk favorite and is making his 4th appearance on the show. When he takes the stage he takes the audience with him. A whirlpool of impressions and observations with on-point improvisation keeps the crowd rolling through the night and on through the morning if they are lucky. From The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to Be Cool with John Travolta to Comedy Central, BET and Showtime, the aptly named Party Starter and sometimes even Rooster gets recognized on the daily by his many adoring fans.

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Yakov Smirnoff - Episode 284

• August 21st, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with comic Yakov Smirnoff. Yakov has been a mainstay in the entertainment scene since the late 1970's and was a regular guest star on the award winning NBC sitcom, Night Court. He has been a popular guest of numerous national TV shows including the Tonight Show. You've seen him on HBO and enjoyed his humor on his critically acclaimed Showtime special. He has also co-starred in movies with Robin Williams in Moscow on the Hudson, Tom Hanks in The Money Pit, Meryl Steep and Jack Nicholson in Heartburn and Richard Pryor in Brewster's Millions. He was invited to perform at the White House for several presidents and honored guests. President Ronald Reagan called him a "national treasure." Since 1992 he has performed at his own theater in Branson, Missouri, where he has entertained over four million visitors and produced several outstanding award-winning shows. In his newest endeavor, "The Happily Ever Laughter Tour", he takes his comedy to a new level to showcase laughter's effects on relationships and envisions a world where sadness and tears are replaced with love and laughter and his funny philosophies can also be heard at Missouri State University and Drury University where he is a professor who teaches about the relationship of love and laughter. 

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Johnny “Vatos” Hernandez - Episode 283

• August 19th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with drummer Johnny "Vatos" Hernandez. Johnny professional drumming career began at age seventeen with a USO tour to South Vietnam. At nineteen, he was playing in local big bands, the LACC Studio Jazz Band and the Si Zenter Big Band. During the same time, Hernandez played in a variety of pit orchestras and backing acts, like Bob Hope, Billy Daniels and Gordon McCray. In the 1970s, he played with The Helen Reddy Band and served as the house drummer of "The Midnight Special" television show. There, he played with acts, such as Frankie Avalon, Petula Clark, Keith Carradine and Martin Mull. After having been heard, drumming with Toni Basil's band by composer, Danny Elfman and his longtime orchestrator, Steve Bartek, Hernandez was hired as a session drummer on Elfman's first film score, "The Forbidden Zone" (which continues to have a worldwide cult following). Hernandez joined the original lineup of the famous band, Oingo Boingo, a position he held for seventeen years, until their breakup in 1995. During that time, the band released eight albums, toured the world and played thousands of concerts. After the breakup of Oingo Boingo, Hernandez joined the band, Tito and Tarantula and was featured in the Robert Rodriguez film, From Dusk Till Dawn. For the past seven years, Hernandez has been touring with his own, Boingo Dance Party, a high energy, wild Oingo Boingo music show that features former members of Oingo Boingo.

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Mario Joyner - Episode 282

• August 17th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with comic Mario Joyner. Mario is best known as the host of MTV's Half Hour Comedy Hour from 1988-1992 and has done numerous stand-up appearances on TV shows including Late Night with David Letterman. He is a longtime friend and collaborator of comedians Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld. He appeared regularly on The Chris Rock Show and Everybody Hates Chris. He also guest starred in the Seinfeld episodes The Engagement and The Puerto Rican Day, playing two different characters, and voiced the character Jackson in the film Bee Movie. He has opened on national tours for Chris Rock (during his No Apologies tour) and for Jerry Seinfeld. He made his film debut in 1989 in Three Men and a Baby, and later starred in Hangin' with the Homeboys and Pootie Tang. During the October 12, 2010, episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, in an interview with Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), Stewart credited Joyner with the joke: "Sort of in the way that murderers get sometimes, like, I found Jesus and I'm OK now." "Well, when did you find Jesus?" "Right after you found me." He currently is working on the web series Digital Dan which he wrote, directed and co-stars in.

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Jerry Minor - Episode 281

• August 14th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor/comic Jerry Minor. Jerry comes from the famed Second City stage, where he was the first performer ever to appear with every Second City stage, performing with the companies in Detroit, Chicago and Toronto for a total of 10 stage revues. A former cast member of Saturday Night Live and HBO's Mr. Show with Bob and David, he was also in the cast of the groundbreaking but short-lived 4-camera sitcom for HBO, Lucky Louie, as Louis CK's African-American neighbor who suffered Louie's clumsy attempts at friendship. He has appeared on such television shows as Arrested Development, The Awful Truth with Michael Moore, and on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Trigger Happy TV, Crank Yankers, Community and was one of the stars of ABC's Carpoolers and makes regular guest appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live. His feature credits include Semi Pro with Will Ferrell, Beer League with Artie Lange, plus appearances in Anchorman, Let's Go to Prison, directed by Bob Odenkirk, and Junebug.  

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Anthony C. Ferrante - Episode 280

• August 12th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with director/writer Anthony C. Ferrante. Anthony is best known for directing the cult hits Sharknado 1 & 2. He has also directed and wrote the feature films Boo, Headless Horseman and directed Hansel & Gretel. His screenplay credits include Atilla, Leprechaun's Revenge, America Horror House and Ghost Quake. He currently is also directing various commercials and choosing his next movie project.

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Bob Zany - Episode 279

• August 9th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with comic/actor Bob Zany. Bob has appeared on over a thousand national T.V. shows, from The Tonight Show to a seventeen-year stint appearing on and co-hosting The Jerry Lewis Telethon. Currently, he can be seen on Showtime in Billy Gardell’s Road Dogs. His numerous film credits include Joe Dirt with David Spade, Stephen Soderberg’s The Informant playing Matt Damon’s attorney and is currently starring with Eric Roberts in 23 Minutes to Sunrise. He also has a documentary about his 35-plus year career, Close But No Cigar. Having performed in all 50 states & D.C., plus 7 countries from England to Israel, and headlining shows from Las Vegas to Atlantic City, he’ll bring years of experience and the FUNNY. No stranger to radio, he has appeared on the Bob & Tom Show with his Zany Report, plus numerous other radio stations across the country. 

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Gregory Harrison - Episode 278

• August 7th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Gregory Harrison. Gregory is best known for his role as Chandler in the 1987 cult favorite North Shore and as Dr. George Alonzo "Gonzo" Gates on the series Trapper John M.D. He was the title character on the 1977-78 series Logan's Run after which he played the role of Levi Zendt on the 1978 NBC mini-series Centennial. His later role as a stripper in the 1981 movie For Ladies Only made him a favorite with women and gay men in the 1980s and he later played a villain on the final season of Falcon's Crest. He has starred on WB's Safe Harbor on One Tree Hill and has made guest appearances on numerous other shows such as Touched by an Angel, Drop Dead Diva, Judging Amy, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Joey, Hot in Cleveland, Psych and CSI: NY. He has been in over 50 made for TV movies including the Au Pair trilogy and recently wrapped the first season of the hit show Reckless.

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Zach Selwyn - Episode 277

• August 4th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor/host/musician Zach Selwyn. Zach is best known as the host of History/H2’s hit series “America’s Secret Slang.” He has also hosted and starred on Science Channel’s hit shows Catch it Keep it and Punkin Chunkin, the comedic sports talk show Fanarchy on Versus in 2009 and starred in the Budweiser Clydesdale Fetch Super Bowl commercial – voted top ten of all time. Zach’s sketch comedy group led him to become a traveling comedic correspondent/actor on G4’s #1 hit live show Attack of the Show from 2006-2008. He also hosted “CQC” with Greg Giraldo. He has released 4 comedy albums including “Moose Knuckle” (2012) and “Pluck Yer Twanger” (2010). Zach has also acted in such films and TV shows as “Kickin It,” on Disney XD, “Glory Daze” on TBS, “Greek” on ABC Family Dead and Breakfast, Stargate Atlantis, and That 70’s Show. His first real break came as the runner-up and “most talented contestant” on the 2004 ESPN TV show “Dream Job.” He went on to host “Around the Horn” and a special on ESPN about Jimmy Rollins as well as anchor a pilot for ESPN in 2005. He recently shot a new pilot for CMT called #Merica and starred as a comedic host of “Guinness World Records Unleashed!” on TruTV.

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Mary Scheer - Episode 276

• August 2nd, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor/writer Mary Scheer. Mary, a member of the Groundlings is best known as one of the original cast members of the sketch comedy show MADtv and for playing Freddie's mother Marissa Benson on iCarly. She has also appeared in several television shows. Her credits include Reno 911, Primetime Glick, Dropping Out, X-Chromosome, 2 Broke Girls and Seinfeld and her movie credits include Elvira's Haunted Hills, Chump Change, The New Women and It Always Get Worse Kathy. Besides onscreen appearances, she has become a voice actress, lending her voice to numerous commercials and several animated projects like Family Guy and King of the Hill. Her voice also appears in the animated feature film Beyond Batman: Return of the Joker and she performed all female voices in Spike TV's game show MXC where in season 4 she became supervising producer.

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Pat Finn - Episode 275

• July 31st, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Pat Finn. Pat attended high school at Loyola Academy in Wilmette and graduated from Marquette University. After graduation, he moved to Chicago where he worked as a beer salesman until joining The Second City National Touring Company. During this time, he was also performing improvisation with the ImprovOlympic in Chicago. After writing and performing in two Second City resident shows, Pat landed the part of George Wendt's younger brother on the George Wendt show. Pat has also had re-occurring roles on Murphy Brown, 3rd Rock From the Sun and Ed. His other television credits include series such as Friends, Seinfeld, The Drew Carey Show, That 70's Show, According to Jim, Less Than Perfect, King of Queens, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Las Vegas. His film roles include How High, The Bachelor, Dude Where's My Car, I Love You Beth Cooper, Santa Paws 2, Space Buddies and It's Complicated and he has had commercial success with campaigns for Got Milk, Sony PlayStation, DiGiorno Pizza, Holiday Inn, Toyota and others. He performs regularly with his improv group Beer, Shark, Mice. The cast includes veteran comedians Mike Coleman, Neil Flynn, Pete Hulne, David Koechner and Paul Vaillancourt. Based at the IO West theatre in Los Angeles, many of the troupe's performances are based on suggestions from the attending audience.

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Nick RIchards - Episode 274

• July 29th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with singer/songwriter Nick Richards. Nick is best known as frontman of 1980s new wave band Boys Don't Cry who are known for the hit single I Wanna Be a Cowboy, which peaked at No. 12 on the Hot 100 in 1986 and charted around the world. In 1983 he bought the Maison Rouge Recording Studios in London, where he put together the band. They are back together and releasing a brand new new album titled HEAR IT IS ! on august 14th 2014. the songs were penned by original members Nick and Brian Chatton. The album is on Nick's own label Microrich and the band will be touring the states for the rest of the year in support of the album. Nick has also produced many 80's albums to the biggest acts of that era.

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Jason Nash - Episode 273

• July 25th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with comedian/actor/writer Jason Nash. Jason recently directed, wrote and starred in the hit movie Jason Nash is Married which is based on the web series he created which was based on his one-person show In The Land of Tall Buildings and Red Fire Engines. In 2010, he was a semi-finalist on Last Comic Standing and he developed a sitcom for CBS Television. He has also developed shows based on his stand-up act for Oxygen and IFC and he created and starred in the web series The Shaman, a comedic tale of a man who thinks he's Jim Morrison. He was a cast member of the VH-1 sketch shows Random Play and Ill-ustrated and Current TV's Supernews. In addition he has produced, wrote and appeared in segments for HBO's Funny Or Die Presents. He trained with the Upright Citizens Brigade and began his career as a member of the sketch group Price, Nash and Blieden. The three developed TV shows for Fox and NBC and were selected three times to perform at the Aspen Comedy Festival. Jason also co-created the wildly successful podcast Guys With Feelings, which can be heard on iTunes.

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Jamie Kaler - Episode 272

• July 23rd, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor/comedian Jamie Kaler. Jamie gained fame by portraying the character Mike Callahan on the TBS comedy My Boys. He has appeared on such talk shows as the Late Late Show as well as having a role on the sitcom How I Met Your Mother and had a recurring role on Will and Grace. He also lends his voice to the show Robot Chicken as the suicidal blooper host. He is a member of the ACME Company, Acme Comedy Theatre's top-level sketch company and has made guest appearances on Monk, Friends and numerous other shows. He is a touring stand-up comic, has been seen in dozens of national commercials and is the host of the History Channel's show America: Facts vs. Fiction.

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CooperTalk Live! Bootleg - Jordan Brady

• July 20th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with director/comic Jordan Brady. This interview is a live performance from Bob's Espresso Bar located in North Hollywood, CA. Bob's is owned by Robert Romanus who played Damone in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Jordan has been seen on TV doing his stand-up, directed features,hundreds of commercials and most recently did the documentaries I Am Comic and I Am Road Comic. This a bootleg recording straight off the camera and has a gritty sound quality.

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Episode 270 - Brian Volk-Weiss

• July 16th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with president of production for New Wave Entertainment Brian Volk-Weiss. Brian is currently overseeing production on the second season of the Vh1 series Stevie TV and the new series for Bounce TV - Forever Jones, a series for the History Channel as well as pilots for MTV, Logo, E! and the Style Network. He previously managed New Wave‘s production on True Grime: Crime Scene Clean Up for Investigation Discovery, Pretty Wild for E!, TBS‘s Frank TV, HBO‘s Tourgasm, ABC‘s The Next Best Thing, and U.S. of Ant for Logo. He served as a producer on the feature films Employee of the Month, Good Luck Chuck and My Best Friend‘s Girl. New Wave Entertainment is the largest producer of stand-up comedy specials in the country, for which Brian is heading up production, working with such talent as Whitney Cummings, Jim Gaffigan, Jim Norton, Aziz Ansari, Jim Jefferies, Bill Burr, Mike Birbiglia and Marc Maron. In 2012, Brian was featured in Daily Variety‘s Comedy Impact Report. He has one pet African turtle.

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Dante Basco - Episode 269

• July 12th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Dante Basco. Dante is an actor, voice actor, poet, and dancer. He is best known for voicing Zuko in the Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last Airbender, Jake Long from the Disney series American Dragon: Jake Long and playing Rufio in the 1991 live-action Peter Pan film Hook. In his early years, he was part of the Streat Freaks breakdancing crew. When he got into acting, he started taking on minor roles in television. He had guest roles on television shows Hangin' with Mr. Cooper and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and had a recurring role in Moesha. He played a gay teenager in the 1999 film But I'm a Cheerleader and starred as breakdancer Ramos in the film Take the Lead with Antonio Banderas. He also has produces a Poetry Slam night, started a production company in Hawaii and writes plays and screenplays.

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Larry Poindexter - Episode 268

• July 9th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Larry Poindexter. Larry is currently best known for his role in 2003's S.W.A.T. where he played by the book LAPD Captain Tom Fuller who went head to head with Samuel Jackson's Hondo and also from playing the father in MTV's The Hard Times of RJ Berger. Daytime audiences know him best from General Hospital but he has also appeared in Days of Our Lives and Santa Barbara. He has acted in over 30 movies including America Ninja 2, Going Beserk, Judgment Day, 17 Again and Material Girls. A very familiar face to TV he has been a guest star on numerous series including The Mentalist, NYPD Blue, Happy Days, Nip/Tuck, CSI: Crime Investigation Scene, Will & Grace, Bones, Crossing Jordan, How I Met Your Mother, Franklin & Bash, Californication, Rizzoli & Isles, Drop Dead Diva and CSI Miami.

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Kevin Weisman - Episode 267

• July 2nd, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Kevin Weisman. Kevin is known for playing Marshall Flinkman on the ABC series Alias, which ran for five critically acclaimed seasons. Recently, Kevin worked on Stephen Merchant's HBO comedy series,Hello Ladies. He has worked with esteemed director Rob Reiner on Flipped, reunited with JJ Abrams and Jeff Pinkner on Fringe, and with Anthony Zuiker on all three installments of CSI, in addition to Zuiker's New York Times Best Selling digi-novel, Level 26. Other television projects include a recurring role simultaneously playing dual roles, both the mysterious, Mr.Blonde and the straight shooting, intense Detective Hawkins on NBC's critically acclaimed drama, Awake. Kevin also portrayed an airplane engineer, who elects to fight the system as a corporate whistleblower on the USA hit show, Fairly Legal. Other work includes: Human Target, (Fox), Chuck (NBC), October Road (ABC), The Glades, and The Ghost Whisperer (CBS). Additional guest spots include CSI Miami, Miami Medical, The Forgotten, Numbers and CSI NY. He also played Steve Balfour, the sarcastic cameraman, on the cult hit, Moonlight starring Alec O'Loughlin. Previous television credits include recurring and guest starring roles on Felicity, Roswell, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The X-Files, Frasier, E.R., Just Shoot Me and The Drew Carey Show.

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Gregg Binkley - Episode 266

• June 28th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Gregg Binkley. Gregg is best known for his roles as Kenny James on the NBC's My Name is Earl and as Dan the Del Taco spokesman. He has had guest spots on shows including Gilmore Girls, Malcolm in the Middle, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Yes Dear, The Drew Carey Show, Full House, Wizards of Waverly Place and The Millers. He has also appeared on the big screen in such movies as Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation, Galaxy Quest, The Man That Wasn't There and The Changeling. Most recently he was seen as series regular Barney on Fox's Raising Hope. 

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Brian Palermo -Episode 265

• June 26th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Brian Palermo. Brian a member of the sketch comedy group The Groundlings  has appeared in a number of television shows, commercials and movies. He is also a writer whose credits include Warner Brothers' Histeria! and Disney's Dave the Barbarian and Weekenders. His film credits include The Social Network, Daddy Day Care, My Life in Ruins and Big Momma's House among others. His TV appearances include Beverly Hills 90210, Zeke and Luther, State of Georgia, The Middle, Gary Unmarried, Friends, Malcolm in the Middle, Entourage, Will and Grace and many others. He has also appeared numerous times on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno mostly in sketches within the show, though in April 2011 he started doing 'correspondent' pieces and has a recurring character on Tyler Perry's House of Payne.

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Richard Karn - Episode 264

• June 22nd, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with actor Richard Karn. Richard earned a B.F.A. at the University of Washington in their Professional Actor Training Program and played in off-Broadway and Broadway productions (his Broadway debut was playing a suit of armor in Me and My Girl), in the 1980s. However, it was his role as the shy, but confident Al Borland on the 1990s television sitcom Home Improvement that made him a star. He discovered it by accident after he ran a stop sign, was sent to traffic school, and met an agent who told him about the Home Improvement audition. Looking back at the success of the series and his beloved character, it seems hard to believe that the actor kept his job as an apartment manager during the first season, unsure of the fledgling show's future. During his years on the sitcom, he appeared as a host for TV specials and in made-for-TV films, including ABC's Picture Perfect and HBO's Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy. Following Home Improvement, he found a new niche as a game-show host, replacing Louie Anderson as the host of Family Feud, and Patrick Duffy as the host of Bingo America. He is an avid golfer and has become a national spokesman for the Mr. Handyman franchise.

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Matt Iseman - Episode 263

• June 19th, 2014

Steve Cooper talks with host/comedian/actor Matt Iseman. Matt currently hosts NBC's American Ninja Warrior. He has appeared  in commercials for Pontiac, Dodge, JC Penney, PlayStation, Bank of America, Off! and Lamasil. He fulfilled a life long dream to be a superhero when he was featured in a campaign for Net10 as Captain Obvious. He began his hosting career with the show Scream Play on E! which allowed him to combine his love of movies and dangerous stunts. He then got lucky as he ran the streets of Las Vegas hosting Casino Night for GSN. Shortly thereafter, he started a 5 year run as the Goto Guy on Clean House, the #1 show on the Style Network. He also hosted a spin-off show called Clean House Comes Clean and tackled 5 Messiest Homes in the Country, garnering ratings 400% higher than Style had ever seen and earning him a Daytime Emmy. He made his movie debut in Transformers 2 and made appearances on the Drew Carey Show, NCIS, Courting Alex and had a recurring role on General Hospital. He's appeared on Premium Blend on Comedy Central, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen and he's a regular panelist on RedEye. His CD, I Want a Happy Ending, has become an iTunes sensation. You can also hear his comedy on SiriusXM, Pandora and countless radio stations around the nation.

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