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this is many slightly different versions of my bio, that has been either written by myself or one of my illustrious representatives you need only read one or none of them i also was one of the cast members on "The Real Wedding Crashers" that aired on NBC a few months ago.

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									Ben Gleib – The Bio Ben Gleib is a stand up comedian, actor, writer, and host. He has performed on “The Late Late Show” on CBS, and has his own sold-out show every Wednesday at the Hollywood Improv. He recently developed a pilot called “The Gleib Show” for FOX, produced by Lorne Michaels and NBC/Universal. He also finished shooting his first big movie role in “Bar Starz,” a comedy with Charlie Murphy coming to theaters soon. He was the star and head writer of “The Gleib Show” for 3 seasons on the National Lampoon Network, airing to five million college students as the #1 show. Gleib is a national headliner, and a regular at the Laugh Factory and Improv comedy clubs. He’s known for his broad range, intelligent, high-energy performances, and lightning quick wit. Whether on TV, film, the web, or live on stage, Gleib always creates comedy that audiences don’t soon forget. His hidden camera video “Street trick going wrong” is the 20th most popular video of all time on metacafe.com, with nearly 4 million views, and a rating of over 4 stars. He’s also a major contributor to Collegehumor.com, one of the most popular humor sites on the internet, and has the only comedian’s website (gleib.com) asked to be part of the National Lampoon Humor Network, a collection of sites receiving over 10 million unique visitors a month. Gleib is consistently in the Top 10 on the syndicated radio show “Comedy Countdown” (also on XM,) has been a myspace “featured comic,” and has his own weekly segment on the “Playboy Morning Show” on Sirius Satellite Radio. In addition, he’s written the “Radio Music Awards” for ABC, hosted a pilot for E!, did a big college tour, and released his first comedy album titled, “Not Available in Stores.” Always up to something, Gleib even appeared on “Blind Date” as a foreign character he plays, fooling the producers and making it to air. At just 28 years old, Gleib is one of the funniest, most unique voices in comedy today, and his career is fast on the rise.

He is also launching his own comedy channel on the brand new humor site GoPotato.tv. Ben Gleib – The Bio little better tighter Ben Gleib is a stand up comedian, actor, writer, and host. He has performed on “The Late Late Show” on CBS, and has his own sold-out show every Wednesday at the Hollywood Improv. He recently sold and wrote a pilot called “The Gleib Show” for FOX, produced by Lorne Michaels and NBC/Universal. He also finished shooting his first supporting role in a feature film, a comedy called “Bar Starz,” coming to theaters soon. He was the star and head writer of “The Gleib Show” for 3 seasons on the National Lampoon Network, airing to five million college students as the #1 show on the network. Gleib is a national headliner, and a regular at the Laugh Factory and Improv comedy clubs. He’s known for his broad range, intelligent, high-energy performances, and lightning quick wit. Whether on TV, film, the web, or live on stage, Gleib always creates comedy that audiences don’t soon forget. His hidden camera video “Street trick going wrong” is the 20th most popular viral video of all time on metacafe.com. He’s also a major contributor to Collegehumor.com, one of the most popular humor sites on the internet, and has the only comedian’s website (gleib.com) asked to be part of the National Lampoon Humor Network, a collection of sites receiving over 10 million unique visitors a month. Gleib is consistently in the Top 10 on the syndicated radio show “Comedy Countdown” (also on XM,) has been a myspace “featured comic,” and has his own weekly segment on the “Playboy Morning Show” on Sirius Satellite Radio. In addition, he’s written the “Radio Music Awards” for ABC, hosted a pilot for E!, and released his first comedy album titled, “Not Available in Stores.” Always up to something, Gleib even appeared on “Blind Date” as a foreign character he plays, fooling the producers and making it to air.

At just 28 years old, Gleib is one of the funniest, most unique voices in comedy today, and his career is fast on the rise. He is currently launching his own comedy channel on the brand new humor site GoPotato.tv. Ben Gleib – The Bio Ben Gleib is a stand up comedian, actor, writer, and host. He has performed on “The Late Late Show” on CBS, and has his own sold-out show every Wednesday at the Hollywood Improv. He recently sold and wrote a pilot called “The Gleib Show” for FOX, produced by Lorne Michaels and NBC/Universal. He also finished shooting his first supporting role in a feature film, a comedy called “Bar Starz,” coming to theaters soon. He was the star and head writer of “The Gleib Show” for 3 seasons on the National Lampoon Network, airing to five million college students as the #1 show on the network. Gleib is a national headliner, and a regular at the Laugh Factory and Improv comedy clubs. He’s known for his broad range, intelligent, high-energy performances, and lightning quick wit. Whether on TV, film, the web, or live on stage, Gleib always creates comedy that audiences don’t soon forget. His hidden camera video “Street trick going wrong” is the 20th most popular viral video of all time on metacafe.com. He’s also a major contributor to Collegehumor.com, one of the most popular humor sites on the internet, and has the only comedian’s website (gleib.com) asked to be part of the National Lampoon Humor Network, a collection of sites receiving over 10 million unique visitors a month. Gleib is consistently in the Top 10 on the syndicated radio show “Comedy Countdown” (also on XM,) has been a myspace “featured comic,” and has his own weekly segment on the “Playboy Morning Show” on Sirius Satellite Radio. In addition, he’s written the “Radio Music Awards” for ABC, hosted a pilot for E!, and released his first comedy album titled, “Not Available in Stores.”

Always up to something, Gleib even appeared on “Blind Date” as a foreign character he plays, fooling the producers and making it to air. At just 28 years old, Gleib is one of the funniest, most unique voices in comedy today, and his career is fast on the rise. He is currently launching his own comedy channel on the brand new humor site GoPotato.tv.

BEN GLEIB BIO

Ben Gleib is a standup comedian, writer, actor, and host, and once worked in a gynecologist’s office. He has performed on CBS’ “The Late Late Show,” performs weekly at the usually sold-out Collegehumor.com / National Lampoon Nite, every Wednesday at the Hollywood Improv, where he performs with Dave Chappelle, Dane Cook, Dave Attell, Sarah Silverman, and more. He is also a regular at the Laugh Factory and Improv comedy clubs.rnrnGleib was the star and head writer of “The Gleib Show” on the National Lampoon Network for three seasons, (as the #1 show on the network airing to over 5 million college students across the country.) He creates hidden camera and news videos for rnNationallampoon.com and Collegehumor.com, and has written the Radio Music Awards for ABC, writing jokes that were then butchered on air by Christina Aguilera. He is developing a puppet news show with the puppet makers from "Team America," is pitching "The Gleib Show"to bigger networks, and just shot a pilot for the E! called "Casual Friday's." National Lampoon calls him "One of the funniest young comics in the country," and this year he finished his first college tour, headlining in California, Montana, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. Gleib also owns his own production company, Flip the Script Productions, and appeared on "Blind Date" in character as a loser from Israel who's awful with girls, fooling the entire crew and producers, and making it to air. He can also be seen on his own website, GLEIB.COM, on myspace, at http://www.myspace.com/gleib, or on Carmen Electra's E! True Hollywood Story.rnrnHis mission statement is the phrase from Johnny Carson's old graphic going to commercial, which simply read, "More to Come."rnrnHe also likes weed. Ben Gleib – The Bio

Ben Gleib is a stand up comedian, actor, writer, and host. He has performed on “The Late Late Show” on CBS, and has his own sold-out show every Wednesday at the Hollywood Improv. He recently sold and wrote a pilot called “The Gleib Show” for FOX, produced by Lorne Michaels and NBC/Universal. He also finished shooting his first supporting role in a feature film, a comedy called “Bar Starz,” coming to theaters soon. He was the star and head writer of “The Gleib Show” for 3 seasons on the National Lampoon Network, airing to five million college students as the #1 show on the network. Gleib is a national headliner, and a regular at the Laugh Factory and Improv comedy clubs. He’s known for his broad range, intelligent, high-energy performances, and lightning quick wit. Whether on TV, film, the web, or live on stage, Gleib always creates comedy that audiences don’t soon forget. His hidden camera video “Street trick going wrong” is the 20th most popular viral video of all time on metacafe.com. He’s also a major contributor to Collegehumor.com, one of the most popular humor sites on the internet, and has the only comedian’s website (gleib.com) asked to be part of the National Lampoon Humor Network, a collection of sites receiving over 10 million unique visitors a month. Gleib is consistently in the Top 10 on the syndicated radio show “Comedy Countdown” (also on XM,) has been a myspace “featured comic,” and has his own weekly segment on the “Playboy Morning Show” on Sirius Satellite Radio. In addition, he’s written the “Radio Music Awards” for ABC, hosted a pilot for E!, and released his first comedy album titled, “Not Available in Stores.” Always up to something, Gleib even appeared on “Blind Date” as a foreign character he plays, fooling the producers and making it to air. At just 28 years old, Gleib is one of the funniest, most unique voices in comedy today, and his career is fast on the rise. He is currently launching his own comedy channel on the brand new humor site GoPotato.tv.


								
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