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Dan Avidan
Dan Avidan at the Hammersmith Apollo in London - October 2017.jpg
Avidan at the Hammersmith Apollo in October 2017
Personal information
BornLeigh Daniel Avidan
(1979-03-14) March 14, 1979 (age 39)[1]
Springfield, New Jersey, U.S.
NationalityAmerican
ResidenceGlendale, California, U.S.
Occupation
Websiteninjasexparty.com
YouTube information
Also known asDanny Sexbang
Channel
Websiteninjasexparty.com
Years active2009–present
Genre
Subscribers1.19 million
Total views201.3 million
Associated acts
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2013
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg 1,000,000 subscribers 2017
Subscriber and view counts updated as of November 11, 2018.

Leigh Daniel Avidan (born March 14, 1979), known professionally as Dan Avidan and by his stage name Danny Sexbang, is an American musician, Internet personality, singer-songwriter, comedian, and actor. He is one half of the musical comedy duo Ninja Sex Party with Brian Wecht, as well as the co-host of the Let's Play webseries Game Grumps with Arin Hanson.[2][3] He is also part of the video game-based comedy music trio Starbomb, alongside Hanson and Wecht.[4]

Early life and education[edit]

Avidan was born and raised in Springfield, New Jersey.,[5][6] the elder of two children of Debra Schwartz and Avigdor Avidan.[7][8] His father was born and raised in Israel, and served in the Yom Kippur War before immigrating to America where he met Avidan's mother.[9] His younger sister, Dana Avidan Cohn,[10] is the executive style director of PopSugar.[11] His maternal grandfather Bernard Schwartz assisted in inventing the body electrode.[12][13]

After graduating from Jonathan Dayton High School in 1997,[14] Avidan pursued advertising at Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts.[15] He eventually entered a student exchange program during his senior year of college, attending a Tufts University satellite campus in Talloires, France to study botany.[16][17][18][19]

Career[edit]

2003–08: The Northern Hues and Skyhill[edit]

Avidan performing with Skyhill at The Bitter End in 2008

In response to a Craigslist ad in late 2002,[20] Avidan joined the indie rock band The Northern Hues, a Philadelphia-based group composed of Aron Brand, Jeff Rains, Alex Yaker, Justin Earley, and Ian Creech.[21] Avidan acted as the group's lead singer, and provided most of the band's lyrics, having recently moved to Philadelphia. They released one self-titled EP and one live track recorded in early 2005, at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.[21][22] In mid-2005, the band split up; Avidan attributes the separation to personality conflicts and creative differences between the band’s members, as well as a collective inability to gain greater recognition and success.[23]

In the winter of 2006, Avidan teamed up with Peter Lennox to form a Brooklyn-based alternative rock duo named Skyhill.[24] Again, Avidan acted as lead singer and lyricist, and the group released one full album, Run With The Hunted, on May 16, 2007.[25] They toured New York in early 2008,[26] before eventually separating due to lost passion.[27][28] On October 7, 2015, Avidan and Lennox returned to release the single "Firefly",[29] acclaimed for the band's "maturing in both lyrics and sound" over their previous album. Avidan has stated that Skyhill may start new projects in the future, but as of July 2018, nothing has been announced, nor is in the works.[30]

2009–present: Ninja Sex Party[edit]

Ninja Sex Party on the set of their music video "Heart Boner" in 2018, as Danny Sexbang (left) and Ninja Brian (right)

In 2008, Avidan began studying storytelling and improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York, under the guidance of Zach Woods and Margot Leitman,[31][32] and had conceptualized the possibility of a new musical project.[33] In need of another band member, Avidan was introduced to Brian Wecht, the musical director of another troupe,[34] by mutual friends at the theatre in early 2009.[35]

Avidan had already chosen the name "Ninja Sex Party," after "everybody's three favorite things,"[36] and worked together with Wecht to create characters to represent the band.[37] They eventually settled on "Danny Sexbang" as Avidan's character, and "Ninja Brian" as Wecht's. The duo first gained popularity by performing as a musical guest on Leitman's improvisational comedy show Stripped Stories.[31][38] Inspired by The Lonely Island and Flight of the Conchords, the band is about "a Jewish superhero who wears a unitard, with his best friend who's a ninja, and together they sing songs about dicks, and try to hit unsuccessfully on women."[35]

The group has released several studio albums and singles, many of the latter of which have charted on Billboard.[39][40] As of 2018, they have released four studio albums, two cover albums, and are producing a third cover album called Under the Covers, Vol. III.[41][42] On September 17, 2018, the band, along with Tupper Ware Remix Party, performed a censored version of "Danny Don't You Know" on the late-night talk show Conan as a musical guest, making their live television debut.[43][44]

The band has also appeared in various film festivals, including SXSW, Dragon Con, and the now-defunct LACS.[45][46][47]

2013–present: Game Grumps, Starbomb, and Good Game[edit]

In mid-2013, Jon Jafari left his position as co-host of the Let's Play webseries Game Grumps.[48] Arin Hanson, co-creator of Game Grumps, brought Avidan on to replace Jafari as co-host, after being introduced to Ninja Sex Party's content by fellow animator Ross O'Donovan.[49][50] Hanson had previously animated part of the band’s music video for “Dinosaur Laser Fight” in 2011.[51] Avidan would also join O'Donovan as co-host of the Game Grumps spin-off show Steam Train, where both hosts play PC games, as opposed to console games.[48] Avidan has remained the co-host of the show since. In addition to this, Avidan has acted as a co-host of other shows from the Game Grumps platform, including Grumpcade, Table Flip, and Steam Rolled, as well as providing narration for Hunting Monsters.[52]

In late 2013, Avidan teamed up with Wecht and Hanson to announce a side project band named Starbomb, with Avidan as the lead singer.[53] The band writes parody songs about video games, bringing together the sexually provocative music stylings of Avidan's Ninja Sex Party and the video game-based humor of Hanson. As of 2018, the group has released two albums, both of which have placed on various Billboard charts.[54][55][56]

In 2015, Internet personalities Jesse Cox and Michele Morrow began developing an untitled comedy webseries for YouTube Premium, casting Avidan in a lead acting role as eSports coach Alex Taylor, alongside Hanson's character, Ryland Smith.[57][58] After Dan Harmon joined as an executive producer in 2016, the project gained media traction,[59] and was formally announced at VidCon 2017 with the title Good Game.[60] Six serialized episodes were uploaded to the Game Grumps YouTube channel, with the first episode being free-to-view, and concurrent episodes requiring a YouTube Premium subscription.[61] Avidan's performance was well-received by critics, cited as "truly fun, believable," and "[shining] a light on the potential of other projects."[62]

Other collaborations[edit]

In 2009, Avidan and producer William J. Sullivan collaborated to compose and sell multiple theme and background tracks for various shows while Avidan studied in New York,[63] with clients ranging from Power Rangers RPM[64] to White Collar.[65]

In 2012, Avidan briefly partnered with Mondo Media to host a sketch comedy miniseries called Dirty Shorts, in which Avidan portrayed an exaggerated version of himself, similar to that of Danny Sexbang.[66] The series was not received well, and was dropped after the first 12-episode season. Avidan has commented that the Mondo Media staff experience was welcoming, although he was not confident that the way his character was written would appeal to audiences.[67] Avidan also co-created, co-wrote, and provided voice acting for the studio's short-lived animated comedy miniseries DJs in PJs with Wecht.[68] Avidan returned to Mondo in September 2013 to compose "Dick Figures: The Movie: The Song" for the Dick Figures: The Movie soundtrack with Wecht.[69]

Avidan has appeared on various YouTube webseries as a guest, including Did You Know Gaming?,[70] a webseries dedicated to video game trivia, Good Mythical Morning,[71] a variety show hosted by Rhett and Link, and Nacho Punch,[72] a sketch comedy webseries.

On August 3, 2015, Avidan performed with Steel Panther at their West Hollywood House of Blues venue, singing "Party All Day".[73] The two have collaborated on multiple occasions, with Steel Panther making a cameo in Ninja Sex Party's "Road Trip" music video, and providing vocals for "6969".[74][75]

Avidan is the co-creator and co-host of the football-centric podcast Balls In Your Ear, along with Josh Sprague.[76][77]

Avidan, alongside co-creator Kyle Carrozza, performed the theme song for the Cartoon Network series Mighty Magiswords.[78] Avidan also provided the voice of the character Dan in the sixth episode of the second season, "Changeable Terraingable". According to Carrozza, Avidan's take on the character was an impression of his father.[79]

In September 2017, the band Night Runner released an album entitled Thunderbird, which featured Avidan on the fourth track, called "Magnum Bullets".[80]

Discography[edit]

The Northern Hues[edit]

  • The Northern Hues EP (2004)
  • World Cafe Live 2005 (2005)

Skyhill[edit]

  • Run With The Hunted (2007)

Ninja Sex Party[edit]

Starbomb[edit]

As a guest[edit]

  • William J. Sullivan – "Backside" (2014)
  • Kyle Carrozza – "Mighty Magiswords" (2015)
  • Night Runner – "Magnum Bullets" (2017)
  • Tupper Ware Remix Party – "Starlight Brigade" (2018)1

1For Tupper Ware Remix Party songs in which Avidan sang as a member of Ninja Sex Party, see TWRP songs featuring NSP.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
TBA The Players' Score: A Video Game Music Documentary Himself

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2018 Mighty Magiswords Dan (voice) Episode: "Changeable Terraingable"
2018 Conan Himself Musical guest (as Ninja Sex Party)

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 Dirty Shorts Himself 12 episodes
2012 DJs in PJs Slice (voice) 2 episodes
2013–present Game Grumps Himself Co-host
2013–2014 Nacho Punch Uncredited 2 episodes
2013 The Indoor Kids Himself (voice) Episode: "Getting Grumpy With The Game Grumps"
2014 Dick Figures Danny Sexbang Episode: "DFTM Fan Music Video feat. Ninja Sex Party"
2014 Co-Optitude Himself (voice) Episode: "Twisted Metal"
2015 Did You Know Gaming? Himself (voice) Episode: "Guitar Hero"
2015 Red vs. Blue Lap Fed (voice) Episode: "Temple of the Key"
2015 On the Spot Himself Episode: "RTX 2015 (ft. Game Grumps)"
2015 Your Grammar Sucks Danny Sexbang "YOUR GRAMMAR SUCKS #100"
2015–2017 Good Mythical Morning Himself 2 episodes[71]
2016 Jash Waiter Episode: "#DoYourJob"[83]
2016 MatPat's Game Lab Himself Episode: "Can Gamers Defuse BOMBS?"
2016 The Legacy Music Hour Himself (voice) Episode: "Technical Difficulties"
2017 Harmontown Himself (voice) Episode: "Down with Sighty"
2017 Good Game Alex Taylor 6 episodes
2018 YouTubers React Himself 3 episodes

As writer[edit]

Year Title Notes
2012 DJs in PJs 2 episodes
2013 The Mythical Show 3 episodes
2013 "Breaking Bad: The Middle School Musical" Co-writer
2013 "Epic Rap Battle: Nerd vs. Geek" Co-writer

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2016 Pulsar Arena Danny Sexbang[84]
2017 Pinstripe Daniel the Monster[85]
2017 Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator Robert[86]
TBA Hex Heroes Danny[87]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Show Category Work Result Ref
2010 INNY Awards Best Original Comedy Song "I Just Want To (Dance)" Won [88]
Best Comedy Video Short Won [89]
2014 Webby Awards People's Voice – Comedy: Individual Short or Episode "Breaking Bad: The Middle School Musical" Won [90]
Webby Award – Comedy: Individual Short or Episode Nominated

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