Dave Anthony

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Dave Anthony
Born (1967-08-26) August 26, 1967 (age 47)
Occupation comedian, host, writer, actor, podcaster
Genre comedy, podcasts, television
Notable works Walking the Room, The Dollop

Dave Anthony is an American stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and podcaster. Anthony has lived in San Francisco, Sleepy Hollow, New York City, and currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Heather, and their son, Finn.[1]

Career[edit]

Anthony was the creator, producer, and editor of Walking the Room, a podcast that he co-hosted with comedian Greg Behrendt from 2010 to 2014.[2] The two became friends over two decades ago during the early days of Anthony's stand-up career.[3] They hosted a show together on the Comedy World Radio Network in 2001[4] and collaborated again on The Greg Behrendt Show in 2006–2007.[5] He currently co-hosts the podcast The Dollop with comedian Gareth Reynolds.[6]

Anthony has had numerous roles in television, films and commercials, and has been a guest on various late night shows and podcasts.[7] He was a contributing writer for the SuicideGirls[8] and Comedy Film Nerds[9] websites, and had a blog called Stop All Monsters.[10] He has done stand-up all over the world and frequently performs around Southern California. He is also currently a writer, most recently on AMC's Talking Dead, and now on IFC's Maron (where he also gives the show's star, Marc Maron, rides to work).

Appearances[edit]

Actor:

Self:

Special Training[edit]

  • Anthony goes to pumpkin patches with Matt Damon. He has also imbibed alcoholic beverages to the point of intoxication with him as well.
  • Dave Anthony also has a special gift for accents, especially those from Great Britain and Australia.

Trivia[edit]

  • During his earlier years, Anthony majored in geography with Ace Futura
  • He is an avid fan of the Australian Football League team Saint Kilda Football Club.
  • He once broke Marc Maron's nose in a bar-fight.[16]

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