Birth Place:Ellicottville, New York, U.S.
Full Name:Brian Dunkleman
Date of Birth:September 25, 1971
Occupation:Comedian, actor, television personality
About Brian Dunkleman
He won the honor of Buffalo's Funniest New Comedian. His performance at HBO's US Comedy Arts Festival that was held at Aspen in Colorado, on NBC's Late Friday, and on TBS's “Very Funny at the Laugh Factory” have been praised by the audience and the experts. They are his masterpieces.
A fictionalized version of Dunkleman was featured on Comedy Central's “Drawn Together” on the November 14th 2007 series finale. He declined to voice himself. Instead, Brian’s voice was impersonated by the series co-creator Matt Silverstein. He appears as the host for Fremantle Media's show Family Feud Live in Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Dunkleman is referenced as an example of a has-been game-show host whom nobody remembers. The reference was on a March 2012 episode of “Castle”, an American comedy-drama television show that is on the ABC network.
In an extra scene from “The Simpsons” movie DVD, Marge, Lisa, and Homer, acting as Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell, respectively, audition the actual Simon Cowell for a role. When he fails, they drop him into a ditch of lions, where Bart, acting as Ryan Seacrest, says that they "haven't eaten this well since Dunkleman".
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