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Brody Stevens

Born, bred and based in Los Angeles, California...the San Fernando Valley to be exact.

As a youth in the late 80's, Brody Stevens made waves as a recruited baseball player, pitching for Arizona State University.

Never the star, but a reputable teammate who gave his all on the mound, dugout, bullpen and chartered bus trips.

Brode's relatively successful amateur baseball career came to an end following a chronic elbow injury, which required surgery in 1991.

Blessed with a great arm and spectacular attitude, Brody has been able to channel the power of his fastball and passion for getting hitters out to securing laughs from strangers and friends alike in clubs and television settings across the United States.

With stops in Seattle and New York, Mr. Stevens has been a mainstay on the Hollywood arts and comedy scene, hosting and closings shows with the power and precision of a seasoned veteran, able to display fine tuned touches of adorable mania when necessary.

Brody has appeared in "The Hangover," "The Hangover Part II," "Due Date" and Comedy Central's "The Burn with Jeff Ross" and "Kroll Show."

Brody is single and lives alone in a one bedroom apartment near Studio City, CA.

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