Caleb Bacon

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Caleb Bacon (born December 22, 1980 in Albany, New York) is an American television writer and podcaster. He is currently writing on the TBS sitcom Sullivan and Son.


Bacon is best known in television comedy as a writer on the sitcom Sullivan and Son.[1] He also hosts Sullivan and Son: Behind The Bar, the official podcast for the television comedy.

He was worked behind the scenes on television shows like Deadwood, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Luck, John From Cincinnati, Big Love, and Animal Practice.[2] His lone acting role was portraying a reporter on John From Cincinnati in a scene with Rebecca De Mornay.

His writing has been published by the Huffington Post, LA Weekly, LAist, and more.

He honed his wit working for Red Bull Energy Drink in Albany, NY when they launched in America.


Man School with Caleb Bacon, which launched on February 1, 2013, is his weekly podcast. The show features interviews with men about their defining life experiences and how they were able to overcome them.[3]

He has guested on over forty podcasts including the Men's Health (magazine) podcast, the Naughty Show, and the Zane Lamprey Show.[4] On May 31, 2013, Bacon was a guest on Zane Lamprey's 25 hour podcast which set a Guinness World Record for length.[5]


  1. ^ Caleb Bacon's Twitter Biography Twitter Biography
  2. ^ Caleb Bacon IMDB IMDB
  3. ^ Man School's About Page Man School's About Page
  4. ^ Caleb Bacon Guest Podcasts Guest Podcast Listing
  5. ^ Zane Lamprey's 25 Hour Podcast Zane Lamprey's Guinness World Record

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