Brian Dunkleman began doing stand up comedy in 1992, winning the title Buffalo’s Funniest New Comedian. Since then, he’s also performed at HBO’s The Comedy Festival in Aspen, NBC’s Late Friday, TBS’ Laugh Factory…Very Funny, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He's also acted in pilots for ABC, VH1, and Fox, and made several guest starring appearances on shows such as Friends, Ghost Whisperer, Las Vegas, and the late night Talkshow with Spike Feresten. He most recently guest starred on two episodes of My Name Is Earl, playing himself. He starred on last season’s Celebrity Fit Club and has also made several appearances on the Howard Stern show.
Dunkleman has voiced characters on animated shows like Family Guy and The Proud Family, and was the lead role of Sanford on the cult favorite MTV show 3-South. He most recently voiced the role Ruiga in Naruto.
Dunkleman can also be seen doing stand up regularly in Los Angeles, and he makes regular appearances as the host of Family Feud Live in Las Vegas and Atlantic City for Fremantle Media.