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About Dane Cook
Funny man Dane Cook has not only conquered the world of stand-up comedy, but the Boston native has also achieved success as a recording artist, a television star and a screen actor.
After floundering on the New York comedy scene in the mid-nineties, Cook relocated to Los Angeles. In 1998 his big break came when he appeared on Comedy Central's “Premium Blend.” This lead to several more appearances on the network, as well as a comedy CD/DVD entitled “Harmful If Swallowed.”
In 2005, Cook released his second CD/DVD called, “Retaliation.” This comedy album went double platinum and Cook became the first comic in nearly 30 years to have an album reach as high as number four on the Billboard charts.
That same year Cook wrote, produced and performed in his very first HBO special, “Vicious Circle.” He also directed and starred in “Tourgasm,” a nine episode documentary that aired on HBO. “Tourgasm” chronicled a 20-show, 30-day tour of college campuses that Cook undertook with three of his comedian friends, Robert Kelly, Gary Gulman, and Jay Davis.
Cook hosted Saturday Night Live on December 3rd, 2005. It was one of the highest-rated episodes of the season thanks in large part to Cook delivering the longest monologue in SNL history. A year later, he would hosts the show’s 32nd season premiere.
In November of 2006, Cook became only the second comic to sell out Madison Square Garden. He also won Rolling Stone magazine's 2006 Hot Comic of the Year.
In the spring of 2007, Cook broke Richard Pryor’s endurance record at The Laugh Factory by performing on stage for 3 hours and 50 minutes. His record fell five days later to Dave Chappelle. But on New Year’s Day 2008, Cook reestablished the top mark by performing for seven hours.
Between 1997 and the end of 2008, Cook appeared in fifteen films. His resume includes the comedies “Mystery Men,” “Good Luck Chuck” and “Employee of the Month.” He’s also acted in more serious films like “Mr. Brooks” and “Dan in Real Life.”
It was nothing to laugh about in December of 2008 when Cook’s older half brother, Darryl McCauley, was charged with stealing over $1 million of his money over a year-and-a-half period. McCauley was Cook’s business manager.
Cook is a highly energetic performer and his stand act mixes observational humor with pithy word play and an effable attitude. Cook credits his on-stage persona to his mother and father.