Rex in 2017
|Born||Simon Rex Cutright
July 20, 1974
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Other names||Dirt Nasty|
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, rapper, record producer, model|
|Associated acts||Three Loco, Mickey Avalon, Too Short|
Simon Rex Cutright (born July 20, 1974), also known as Dirt Nasty, is an American entertainer. Rising to fame as an MTV VJ, Rex later became an actor known for What I Like About You, Scary Movie 3, 4, and 5, and National Lampoon's Pledge This!. He later developed a rap persona, Dirt Nasty, and had several solo albums and co-founded the supergroup Three Loco.
In 1993, aged 19, Rex began his career, responding to a modeling advertisement in a Los Angeles magazine and agreed to be photographed nude for photographer Brad Posey and his Club 1821 studio. The following year, under the alias Sebastian, he appeared in solo masturbation scenes for three Club 1821 pornographic films: Young, Hard & Solo #2, Young, Hard & Solo #3, and Hot Sessions III. Archive footage was used in the 2000 films Hot Sessions 11 and Hot Sessions 12. In 1994 Rex, went on a modeling tour for Tommy Hilfiger, before going on to appear in mainstream modeling gigs for Calvin Klein, Versace, and Levi’s.
In 1999, he was cast in the comedy-drama television series Jack & Jill, which aired on The WB channel for two seasons. He appeared as Eli in the TV show Felicity and television guest appearances followed including Baywatch, Everwood, and Summerland. From 2002 to 2003, Rex starred in the first season of The WB's sitcom What I Like About You. He later appeared on the Lifetime primetime telenovela Monarch Cove, which ran for fourteen episodes in 2006. From television into film, Rex has held the lead role in feature films including Scary Movie 3, 4, & 5, Hotel California, Karate Dog, King of the Avenue, and Superhero Movie. Rex currently co-stars along-side comedian Nick Swardson in the Comedy Central show, Typical Rick.
Rex entered the music industry in 2005 as a rap artist after becoming friends with and discovering Mickey Avalon. Rex adopted his alter-ego Dirt Nasty and formed the rap group Dyslexic Speedreaders with Avalon & Andre Legacy. Rex both produced and was featured on the group’s hit song "My Dick". Again the group paired with Lil Jon to create the song "What Do You Say" which was featured in 2009’s blockbuster comedy film, The Hangover.
In 2007, Rex released his self-titled debut album which included the songs 1980, Cracker Ass Fantastic & Dropping Names. His second album, 2011's Nasty as I Wanna Be, featured Ke$ha, LMFAO, Too Short, and Warren G, and helped further build his online persona. Since then, Rex has released a few other musical projects under his Dirt Nasty alias including his third album Palatial and the supergroup Three Loco which features Andy Milonakis and Riff Raff. As Three Loco the group teamed up with producer Diplo and released the group’s eight-song EP on Diplo’s Mad Decent label.
|2000||Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth||Slab O'Beef|
|2001||Forsaken, TheThe Forsaken||Pen|
|2001||Drum Solo||Blondie||Short film|
|2003||Scary Movie 3||George Logan|
|2004||Karate Dog, TheThe Karate Dog||Det. Peter Fowler||Television film|
|2006||Scary Movie 4||George Logan||Cameo|
|2006||National Lampoon's Pledge This!||Derek|
|2007||Rise: Blood Hunter||Hank|
|2008||Superhero Movie||Human Torch|
|2008||Hotel California||Pete||Also co-producer|
|2008||American Carol, AnAn American Carol||Himself|
|2009||2 Dudes and a Dream||Dirt Nasty|
|2009||Silver Street||John||Short film|
|2010||King of the Avenue||Taz|
|2011||Truth About Angels, TheThe Truth About Angels||Kane Connor|
|2012||Sperm Donor||Greg||Short film|
|2012||Slightly Single in L.A.||J.P. Cipoletti|
|2012||Project X||Guest Appearance|
|2013||Scary Movie 5||Dan Sanders|
|2016||Do It All Over||Dirt Nasty|
|2017||Blue & Green||Detective Sharpe|
|2017||Too Shorts Boombox||Guest Star|
|2017||Avengers of Justice: Farce Wars||Dark Jokester|
|1999||Katie Joplin||Tiger French||Main role; 5 episodes|
|1999–2000||Jack & Jill||Michael "Mikey" Russo||Main role; 32 episodes|
|2002–03||What I Like About You||Jeff Campbell||Main role (season 1); 21 episodes|
|2005||Everwood||Cliff Fenton||Episode: "So Long, Farewell..."|
|2006||Monarch Cove||Eddie Lucas||Main role; 14 episodes|
|2010||Nick Swardson's Pretend Time||Brian||Episode: "I Just Got Voodoo'd"|
|2014||Happyland||Tony||Episode: "Park Maintenance"|
|2015||NCIS (season 12)||Scott Bleeker||Episode: 18|
|2016||Typical Rick||Rick||Episode: "Schmooze You Lose, The Antisocial Network, Headshot, Sit Down Stand Up, The Audition, Up in the Club"|
|2004||She Wants to Move||N.E.R.D||Hot guy|
|2011||Sexy and I Know It||LMFAO||Guy on bicycle|
|2012||Bird on a Wire||Action Bronson featuring Riff Raff||Dirt Nasty|
|2015||Jordan Belfort||Wes Walker & Dyl||Dirt Nasty|
|2016||World Wide Lamper||Kool Keith featuring B.a.R.S. Murre & Dirt Nasty||Dirt Nasty|
- Catching Up to Wilt (with Mickey Avalon, Andre Legacy, and Beardo) (2004)
- Dirt Nasty (2007)
- Shoot to Kill (with Mickey Avalon, Andre Legacy, and Beardo) (2008)
- The White Album (with DJ Stretch Armstrong) (2010)
- Nasty as I Wanna Be (2010)
- Palatial (2013)
- The White Boys (with Andre Legacy and Beardo) (2014)
- Breakfast In Bed (with Smoov-e) (2015)
- Dirt Nasty Sux (2016)
- The White Album (2010)
- Shoot To Kill Mixtape (with Mickey Avalon, Andre Legacy, & BEARDO) (2008)
- Mickey Avalon – "My Dick" from Mickey Avalon (2005)
- Mickey Avalon – "What Do You Say" from Mickey Avalon (2006)
- Luckyiam – "Nevermind" from Most Likely to Succeed (2007)
- Verb – "1980 Gutter" from The East Side Extraterrestrial EP (2009)
- Mac Lethal – "My Cadillac" from Postcards from Kansas EP
- Kool Keith – "World Wide Lamper" from Feature Magnetic (2016)
- The Grouch & Eligh – "Can't Catch Me" from No More Greener Grasses (2003)
- Luckyiam – "Rap, Rap, Rap" from Most Likely to Succeed (2007)
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