Bryan Callen and Dov Davidoff
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The Hangover's BRYAN CALLEN and DOV DAVIDOFF of Chelsea Lately co-headline!
Callen got his start as an original cast member of MAD TV. He then went on to play numerous roles on
the small and big screen including, "Old School" "Bad Santa", “The Hangover”, "Sex and the City",
“Entourage,” "Californication", “7th Heaven,” “King of Queens,” “Stacked,” “Las Vegas,” “West Wing,”
“News Radio,” “Significant Others,” “CSI,” “NYPD Blue,” “Suddenly Susan,” and “Frasier.” In 2012, he
finished a two-season character arc on USA’s “In Plain Sight.”
Callen is not a famous actor but sometimes people look at him and scream "Bilson," since that's the
character he played on several episodes of CBS’s “How I Met Your Mother.” In 2011, he played Captain
Frank Dashell, leader of the Undead Task Force, in the short-lived but critically acclaimed MTV comedy,
His most recent TV appearances can be found on his recurring role as “Coach Miller” in “The Goldbergs”
and “Garo Kassabian” in Kingdom.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_OgEWdFymo – Comedy Link
Dov Davidoff was named one of VARIETY’S TOP 10 TO WATCH and His comedy album THE POINT IS… was voted one of the top-10 Comedy Albums of the year on iTunes and in PUNCHLINE magazine.
Dov starred opposite Mark Wahlberg in the film INVINCIBLE, and has been seen on any number of TV shows including THE LEAGUE, WHITNEY, BOSTON LEGAL, LAW AND ORDER and THE CHAPPELLE SHOW. He also starred opposite Jeff Goldblum on the NBC series RAINES.
Davidoff has performed on THE TONIGHT SHOW and JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE, and has had his own COMEDY CENTRAL specials, including a 1/2 hour special, and his 1hr special (FILTHY OPERATION). He’s also performed on a number of COMEDY CENTRAL’S standup specials including Russel Simmon’s THE RUCKUS, and Gabriel Iglesias’ STANDUP REVOLUTION, and Showtime’s ‘LIVE FROM AMSTERDAM’.
Dov is now touring the country with what will be become his latest one hour comedy special, and finishing a memoir to be published by St Martin’s Press.