Wylde in 2011
|Born||c. 1977 (age 40–41)
Hackettstown, New Jersey
Wylde created, writes, produces and stars in the web series Dadholes and has appeared in the films The DUFF, Space Cowboys and the 2009 horror film The Revenant, and in multiple series on Comedy Central.
Wylde began his television career on the Comedy Central show Strip Mall with fellow comedians Julie Brown and Victoria Jackson, followed by the network's first late-night talk show, The Chris Wylde Show starring Chris Wylde.
Wylde also writes, produces and stars in the web series Dadholes.
|2000||Coyote Ugly||College Guy|
|2001||My First Mister||Waiter|
|2001||Joe Dirt||Railroad Boy|
|2007||The Ten||Kevin Lipworth|
|2009||All's Faire in Love||Prince Rank|
|2010||Fred: The Movie||Security Guard|
|2011||Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred||Security Guard|
|2013||Coffee, Kill Boss||Chuck Quinn|
|2014||Earth to Echo||Security Guard|
|2014||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles||Chris Cummings|
|2015||The DUFF||Mr. Fillmore|
|2016||The Babysitter||Melanie's Annoying Dad|
|2017||When We First Met||Mr. Costigan|
|2018||The Eagle and the Albatross||Randy|
|2000–01||Strip Mall||Barry||22 episodes|
|2001||The Chris Wylde Show Starring Chris Wylde||Chris Wylde||11 episodes|
|2002||Watching Ellie||Production Assistant|
|2003||Hollywood Squares||Himself||5 episodes|
|2003||Just Shoot Me!||Max|
|2004||General Hospital||Ricky||3 episodes|
|2005||American Idol||Rapping Nanny|
|2010||Jonas||Mad Mad Marty|
|2010||Pair of Kings||Two Peg||2 episodes|
|2011||Good Luck Charlie||Corporal Kwikki|
|2011||A.N.T. Farm||Mr. Marceau|
|2012||Gravity Falls||Additional Voices|
|2015-2017||Pickle and Peanut||Gary/Viper/Various Voices||6 episodes|
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...a 24-year-old who grew up as Chris Noll in Belvedere, Verona and Allendale,
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