April 05 - April 08

Bert Kreischer

Bert Kreischer

Spent six a half years at Florida State University. In 1997, Rolling Stone Magazine published "The Undergraduate", a 6-page article about him. Rolling Stone Magazine named Bert the "Number One Partier in the Nation". Oliver Stone optioned the writes to his life, book deals were offered, and a local Florida radio station put together a comedy showcase with Bert as the headliner. He then decided to move to New York, to begin a career in comedy. Within the next five months he was offered a sitcome deal with Will Smith's production company, Overbrook Entertainment. A year later he signed his second television development deal with CBS, where he made his acting debut starring in the CBS/20th Century Fox pilot, "Life with David J" with Elliot Gould. Bert has also appeared on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend", VH-1's "Nevermind the Buzzcocks", and as host of FX's "The X-Show". On the X-Show his segment, "Hurt Bert" was awarded Talk Soup's "Clip of the Year", and has now been developed into his Current TV show of the same name.

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Spent six a half years at Florida State University. In 1997, Rolling Stone Magazine published "The Undergraduate", a 6-page article about him. Rolling Stone Magazine named Bert the "Number One Partier in the Nation". Oliver Stone optioned the writes to his life, book deals were offered, and a local Florida radio station put together a comedy showcase with Bert as the headliner. He then decided to move to New York, to begin a career in comedy. Within the next five months he was offered a sitcome deal with Will Smith's production company, Overbrook Entertainment. A year later he signed his second television development deal with CBS, where he made his acting debut starring in the CBS/20th Century Fox pilot, "Life with David J" with Elliot Gould. Bert has also appeared on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend", VH-1's "Nevermind the Buzzcocks", and as host of FX's "The X-Show". On the X-Show his segment, "Hurt Bert" was awarded Talk Soup's "Clip of the Year", and has now been developed into his Current TV show of the same name.

Spent six a half years at Florida State University. In 1997, Rolling Stone Magazine published "The Undergraduate", a 6-page article about him. Rolling Stone Magazine named Bert the "Number One Partier in the Nation". Oliver Stone optioned the writes to his life, book deals were offered, and a local Florida radio station put together a comedy showcase with Bert as the headliner. He then decided to move to New York, to begin a career in comedy. Within the next five months he was offered a sitcome deal with Will Smith's production company, Overbrook Entertainment. A year later he signed his second television development deal with CBS, where he made his acting debut starring in the CBS/20th Century Fox pilot, "Life with David J" with Elliot Gould. Bert has also appeared on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend", VH-1's "Nevermind the Buzzcocks", and as host of FX's "The X-Show". On the X-Show his segment, "Hurt Bert" was awarded Talk Soup's "Clip of the Year", and has now been developed into his Current TV show of the same name.