Brian McKim

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Brian McKim is a professional standup comedian. He was born and raised in New Jersey, calling himself "the Pride of Pennsauken", but moved to Los Angeles in 1988.[1] He began performing in 1981.[2]

On October 11, 2013, he appeared on the late-night CBS television series The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.[3] He appeared on Season 7 of the NBC series Last Comic Standing. He has appeared on such network, syndicated and cable television shows as Star Search,[no citations needed here] Evening At The Improv and Comic Strip Live[no citations needed here] as well as on the nationally syndicated radio show, The Bob & Tom Show.[no citations needed here]

His comedy is marked by one-liners, wordplay and a deadpan delivery.

In addition to performing as a standup comic, he is also a comedy writer. He has contributed to Fox Television's Comic Strip Live and was, along with his wife, professional comedian and writer, on the creative team for The John Debella Show. They co-authored a book, The Comedy Bible: The Complete Resource for Aspiring Comedians (release date: October 1, 2011).

Personal life

In 1981, he received a bachelor of science degree in journalism from Temple University.

His wife, Traci Skeene, is also a stand-up comedian.[4]

References

  1. Darrow, Chuck (April 14, 1989). "The Indian word for "industrial park"". The Camden Courier-Post. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/58829004/courier-post/. Retrieved 7 September 2020. 
  2. Ferguson, Jon (June 22, 1984). "New Jersey Comedian Was Once a Crayon". The Lancaster Intelligencer-Journal. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/58829215/intelligencer-journal/. Retrieved 7 September 2020. 
  3. "Rashida Jones; Brian McKim". https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3227532/. 
  4. Darrow, Chuck (April 17, 2005). "SJ Faces: Traci Skeene and Brian McKim". The Camden Courier-Post. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/58829412/courier-post/. Retrieved 7 September 2020. 


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