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On-Air: Brian Scolaro On Comedy Central Presents Sun 11/9 8:00AM

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About Brian Scolaro

Actor/Comedian Brian Scolaro hails from New York City and is known mostly for his role as "Stuart" on FOX's "STACKED" with Pam Anderson and as "Gordon" on NBC's "THREE SISTERS". Scolaro first realized he wanted to be a comedian in his early teens, when he saw Bill Cosby perform in Atlantic City and caught George Carlin's HBO Special "Playing With Your Head". In a short amount of time, Brian rose to the top of the NYC stand-up scene with the help of clubs like The Comedy Cellar and Gotham Comedy Club.

In 2001, Scolaro got his first big break when he was cast on a NBC pilot by writer Steve Koren (Click/Bruce Almighty). And again for an ABC pilot by director Tom Shadyak (Ace Ventura/Nutty Professor). He quickly moved to Los Angeles and is now a regular at the The World Famous Laugh Factory, Improv, and the Comedy Store.

His Video sketch group VooDooWop Pictures have had films in the Telluride and Chicago film festivals and are also featured on myspace.com quite frequently... Read More »

Actor/Comedian Brian Scolaro hails from New York City and is known mostly for his role as "Stuart" on FOX's "STACKED" with Pam Anderson and as "Gordon" on NBC's "THREE SISTERS". Scolaro first realized he wanted to be a comedian in his early teens, when he saw Bill Cosby perform in Atlantic City and caught George Carlin's HBO Special "Playing With Your Head". In a short amount of time, Brian rose to the top of the NYC stand-up scene with the help of clubs like The Comedy Cellar and Gotham Comedy Club.

In 2001, Scolaro got his first big break when he was cast on a NBC pilot by writer Steve Koren (Click/Bruce Almighty). And again for an ABC pilot by director Tom Shadyak (Ace Ventura/Nutty Professor). He quickly moved to Los Angeles and is now a regular at the The World Famous Laugh Factory, Improv, and the Comedy Store.

His Video sketch group VooDooWop Pictures have had films in the Telluride and Chicago film festivals and are also featured on myspace.com quite frequently