Bryan Callen is a renowned American stand up comedian. Besides that, he is also a famous podcaster, actor and writer.

Personal life

Bryan Callen was born in the year 1967 on January 26. He has spent a major part of his life at Military base in Manila, Philippines where his father used to work. Bryan’s parents belonged from Irish and Italian descent so he has received a mixed ancestral upbringing. His father, being an international banker, has been to many places. That is why Bryan has travelled to many places till he was 14 years old.

In the year 1985, Bryan completed his graduation from the Northfield Mount Hermon High School in Gill, Massachusetts. Bryan never had the aspiration of becoming a stand up comedian. It struck him suddenly when he was in his high school.

Initially, he wanted to pursue his career as an actor. He also took acting training from the Beverly Hills Playhouse. Bryan even appeared on the television sketch comedy series, MADtv. Bryan has shared least informations about his personal life with the media. He is married to Amanda Humphrey since the year 2008. No informations have been provided about his family life. Bryan is not very active on the social media platforms so nothing can be predicted about his personal life.


Bryan Callen began his career as an actor in the year 1995 in MADtv television series. He imparted the role of the Pool Boy in the series. He earned popularity through this particular show and after that got frequent chances to appear in many television series. Some of them are Less Than Perfect, How I Met Your Mother, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The King of Queens and Sex and the City.

One of his notable television appearance was with the ABC channel in The Secret Life of the American Teenager. He has also worked as a host on many television shows like Bank of Hollywood and The Smoking Gun Presents: World's Dumbest. In the year 2009, he got the chance to appear in a webseries named Dream Crushers. Bryan has also contributed to the webseries as a co-writer.

Later, he appeared with Melinda Hill in an episode of Romantic Encounters. As a podcaster, Bryan has no less achievements. He began his career as a podcaster in the year 2012. He began the 'Ten Minute Podcast' with Chris D'Elia and Will Sasso. The most popular and profitable podcast of Bryan’s career has been the The Fighter and the Kid. It has the perfect mixture of comedy and sports.

It was after the launch of The Fighter and the Kid, Bryan started his journey as a stand up comedian. One of his most popular comedy event was Never Grow Up which was released in the year 2016. Bryan has also contributed to the film industry. Some of his well-known contributions are Run Ronnie Run, The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It, The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It, My Man Is a Loser and Live from Baghdad.

Last Modified: 23 Jun, 2018

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