Stuart Wellington

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Stuart Lenton Wellington is an American comedian and bar proprietor based in Brooklyn, New York. With Dan McCoy, he is a co-creator of the bad-movie podcast The Flop House, which he has co-hosted since 2007 with McCoy and Elliott Kalan,[1] moving to the All Things Comedy podcast network in October 2012[2] and then the Maximum Fun network in September 2014.[3] He has been featured in The A.V. Club's Podmass column for his work on the podcast.[4]

In addition to appearing on the Flop House, Wellington also co-hosts Till Def do us Ppardy, along with Alexander Smith, an educational Def Leppard podcast which explores themes in Def Leppard's music.[5] Wellington has also been named by Travis McElroy as his successor to take the latter's place in the eternal annual podcast Til Death Do Us Blart in the case of McElroy's untimely demise.[6]

Wellington is the creator of the Flop House Housecat character[7] and vocalist of a biographical song, produced by musician Alexander Smith, detailing the character's back story.[8] He was a co-host of the live "Bad Movie Night" screening series at 92YTribeca in New York City, which included a sold-out showing of Bratz: The Movie in December 2012.[9]

Wellington voiced character "Tube Man" in the Steven Kotanski movie, "Psycho Goreman" which was released in 2020. [10]

Wellington is also a co-owner of the Hinterlands Bar in Brooklyn, New York, that opened for business in mid-June 2016.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Griffith, Colin (August 8, 2013). "Dan McCoy, Elliott Kalan, and Stuart Wellington discuss their three favorite episodes of The Flop House". The AV Club.
  2. ^ "Al Madrigal, Bill Burr launch All Things Comedy network with a little help from their friends". Laughspin. October 1, 2012.
  3. ^ Pavlas, Lindsay (29 September 2014). "Welcome, Destination DIY, Baby Geniuses, and The Flop House!". Maximum Fun.
  4. ^ "Podmass: Nov 2, 2012". The A.V. Club.
  5. ^ "Till Def do Us Ppardy".
  6. ^ "Til Death Do Us Blart: Til Death Do Us Blart 2016". blart.libsyn.com. Retrieved 2020-10-07.
  7. ^ Maisel, Remy (25 June 2012). "Good-Bad Movies with Dan, Elliott and Stuart". Huffington Post.
  8. ^ Wellington, Stuart. "He's the Housecat". Alexander Smith.
  9. ^ Berube, Chris (January 31, 2013). "That Awful Film, Incredibly, Has a Following". The New York Times.
  10. ^ imdb.com/title/tt11252440/fullcredits/cast?=ref_=m_tt_cl_sc
  11. ^ "Church Avenue's Hinterlands Bar Extends Its Hours". 18 July 2016.

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