Dwayne, a New York native, made his national television debut with a stellar performance on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. Recognized as one of stand-up comedy's most unheralded stars, Dwayne received an invitation to appear on The New Faces Show at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Dwayne's intellectual yet street savvy comedic style impressed all in attendance, pushing him to the head of the class among up and coming comedians. His performance has led to international appearances in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Amsterdam, South Africa, a part in the Oxygen network cartoon, X-chromosome - Hey Monie, and roles in independent films, "The Gristle" (David Portman, Director) and "Barstow 2008" (Bob Morrow, Director). Dwayne made his sitcom debut on the 2002 fall season premiere of CBS's Baby Bob as a guest star supplying comic relief.