Chris D'Elia

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Chris D'Elia
Born (1980-03-29) March 29, 1980 (age 34)
New Jersey, USA [1]
Website chrisdelia.com

Chris D'Elia (born March 29, 1980)[2] is a Los Angeles-based stand-up comic, actor, writer, and rapper. He is best known for the role of Alex Miller on the NBC sitcom Whitney.

Career[edit]

Television[edit]

D'Elia has been featured on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham and Comedy Central Presents as well as on Showtime's Live Nude Comedy. He was introduced to a broader audience as a regular on the series Glory Daze,[3] which ran for one season on TBS, playing "the Oracle", William Stankowski. He co-starred in the NBC comedy series Whitney, opposite comedian Whitney Cummings.[3] On December 6, 2013, D'Elia's first one-hour stand-up special, White Male Black Comic, aired on Comedy Central.

Podcast[edit]

D'Elia is one of three hosts of the Ten Minute Podcast, along with Bryan Callen and Will Sasso.[4]

Rapping[edit]

In January 2013, D'Elia released a parody rap album under the name "Chank Smith". His debut album is titled "Such Is Life".

Filmography[edit]

Actor
Year Title Role Notes
1996–1997 Chicago Hope Luke Sarison TV series; 2 episodes
2000 Get Real Chuck / Kid #1 TV series; 2 episodes
2004 Almost Marc
2004 Boston Legal Kevin Quinlan TV series; Episode: "An Eye for an Eye"
2005 Bad Girls from Valley High Gavin
2005 Fool in the Headlights Short film
2005 American Dreams Phil Toolin TV series; Episode: "California Dreamin'"
2005 Monk Cal Gefsky TV series; Episode: "Mr. Monk Gets Drunk"
2005 Crazylove Jake
2010–2011 Glory Daze Bill Stankowski TV series
2011 Mash Up TV movie
2011 Workaholics Topher TV series; Episode: "To Friend a Predator"
2011–2013 Whitney Alex Miller TV series
2012 Celeste & Jesse Forever Snow White
2012 Sullivan & Son Ryan Capps TV series; Episode: "The Fifth Musketeer"
2012 Mash Up TV series

References[edit]

  1. ^ O'Brien, Conan. "Chris D'Elia Loves Mocking Bristish Tough-Guys". Conan on TBS. YouTube. Retrieved 4 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Today's Birthdays, March 29, 2012". Record-Journal. Retrieved November 3, 2012. 
  3. ^ a b Wiegand, David (September 21, 2011). "Sitcom leans on stand-up", San Francisco Chronicle, p. E1.
  4. ^ http://tenminutepodcast.com/

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