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Posts Tagged ‘Dylan Brody’

Spotted at the Downtown Film Festival

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The premier of American: The Bill Hicks Story was sold out last night. The theater was packed with fans of the late comedian, his family, friends and tons of comics who worked with him.

Pictured above is comedian and actor Rick Overton, who most of his peers would agree is a George Carlin heir apparent. He was friends with Bill Hicks.

After the screening we ran into storyteller/comedian Dylan Brody who featured for Hicks in upstate New York in 1985. “I was so needy and self-absorbed and you never would have known by the way he treated me,” Brody tells FBLA.

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Buzzine’s Interview with Dylan Brody

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Dylan Brody is a story teller and humorist with a rabid well-deserved cult following. He did an interview with Buzzine’s Jeanmarie Simpson…hilarious.

JS: Okay, but first I need to indulge in a bit of fan-dorkishness of my own. I’m crazy about your work. Your voice is delightfully, shockingly unique.

DB: Oh, Good! Thank you. I like having fans, and I like shocking them with my uniqueness. Uniquitude. Unique-osity. One of the things that keeps happening lately, as I get some press and some notice, is that people tell me how unique my voice is, and then, with no sense of irony at all, as if they are proving the point, they tell me who I remind them of. So far, I haven’t been insulted by any of the comparisons – Garrison Keillor, David Sedaris, people like that.

Read the whole interview here.