Bryan Callen is an American actor and comedian, notable for his role in the sitcom “MADtv” as well as his appearances in various films and stand-up performances.
Embarking on his acting journey with “MADtv,” Callen quickly gained traction among audiences and industry insiders alike. His film credits are expansive, including roles in movies like “Old School,” “The Hangover,” and its sequel, “The Hangover Part II.” Beyond the silver screen, Bryan Callen has also been part of numerous television series, such as “How I Met Your Mother,” “The Goldbergs,” and the spin-off “Schooled.” He’s also ventured into the realm of podcasting with “The Fighter and the Kid,” which has garnered a large following.
Bryan Callen has worked with a constellation of artists, including Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn in “Old School,” Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in “The Hangover” series, and Kevin Hart in “Think Like a Man Too.” On the smaller screen, he’s shared scenes with Neil Patrick Harris in “How I Met Your Mother,” Jeff Garlin in “The Goldbergs,” and Tim Meadows in “Schooled.” His podcasts often feature guest appearances with Joe Rogan, Whitney Cummings, Chris D’Elia, and Tom Segura. In the comedy circuit, he’s performed alongside comics Bill Burr and Bert Kreischer.
Bryan Callen’s podcast “The Fighter and the Kid,” co-hosted with Brendan Schaub, won the 2016 Stitcher Award for Best Sports Podcast. His comedy special, “Complicated Apes,” was the top downloaded comedy special on iTunes for an extended period.