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October 1, 1976 |
|Known for||Host of MTV's "TRL"|
Brian McFayden is an American Television and Radio personality. He first became known as an MTV News anchor, before transitioning into a MTV VJ, and occasional host for TRL and other shows. McFayden hosted Cupid on CBS and the host of the first season of The CW's Beauty and the Geek (when it was on The WB). He also worked with popular radio disc jockey, Cane for several years on KEGE 93.7 The Edge in Minneapolis and for 92.3 K-Rock Radio in New York City.
In August 2012, McFayden was signed by Silver Chalice Ventures, based out of Chicago, Illinois, to host "Campus Insiders", an online, digital NCAA college football and basketball show.
- Die Trying (2010) – Himself
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- KGW Sunrise (Dec 2016–present) – Morning Anchor
- Portland Today (Dec 2016–present) – Co-host
- Headline News Bleacher Report (2014–2015) – Sports Reporter/Anchor
- 7 Wonders of the Wall (2011–Present) – Host MSN
- KTLA Morning Show (2010) – Anchor CW
- It's a Knockout! (2009 pilot) – Host NBC
- Fake or Real (2009 – Present) – Host E!
- Current TV (2007–2009) – Host/Producer Current TV
- Campus Ladies (2006) – Oxygen
- Beauty and the Geek (2005) – Host WB
- Grounded for Life (2005) – Greg WB
- The WB's Superstar USA (2004) – Host WB
- Cupid (2003) – Host CBS
- The Real World: Chicago – Stop Being Polite: Reunion (2002) – Host MTV
- Dawson's Creek (2002) – Male VJ WB
- TRL Presents: VJ for a Day (2001) – Host
- MADtv (2001) – Himself FOX
- Miss Teen USA (2000–2001) – Host CBS
- Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (2001) – Destiny
- Total Request Live (2000–2003) – VJ MTV
- MTV News (1999–2000) – Correspondent
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- MTV News Staff (May 31, 2000). "Grand Theft Audio? The Napster Chat". MTV. Retrieved 2017-03-01.
- "Brian McFayden Search Results". Current TV. Retrieved 2010-09-10.
- Cynthia Littleton (May 2, 2011). "BermanBraun in digital push". Variety. Retrieved 2011-06-24.
- Turnquist, Kristi (November 23, 2016). "KGW hires former MTV personality as new morning news anchor". The Oregonian. Retrieved 2016-11-27.