Jordan Brady

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Jordan Brady
Born (1964-08-10) 10 August 1964 (age 53)
United States
Occupation Film director, Writer, Actor

Jordan Brady (born August 10, 1964) is an American director. He wrote and directed the feature film Dill Scallion, and directed the films Confessions of an American Girl, Waking Up in Reno and The Third Wheel.

Jordan Brady was also a professional stand-up comic in the 1980s. A clean cut young man, his fresh and unique material ranged from impressions of G.I. Joe to re-enactments of entire porn film soundtracks.

His most recent film[timeframe?] is the documentary on the art and occupational hazards of stand-up comedy entitled I Am Comic. Later, a sequel I Am Road Comic[1] was released April 30, 2014, as a follow up documentary.

Brady has been a game show host twice; his shows include MTV's Turn It Up! and the one and only episode of Grill Me.

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  1. ^ "I Am Road Comic". IMBD. 

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