Brian Drolet is an American Producer, Writer and Actor. He was born on 2nd July, 1980 in Queens,
. He specializes in comedy and is well known for her comical performances. He received multiple art scholarships from different universities and finally chose to study Electronic Intermedia from The University of Florida. He completed his studies at the Fine Arts School of the University. He has worked with TruTV’s variety shows and sketches comedies . He served as the Head Writer there. The episode that became popular was “Six Degrees of Everything” which was produced and created by Marc Summers Productions.
He was also seen in Cinedopes which was a scripted digital series. He produced, co-wrote and created this show for YouTube with another comedian Ben Glieb which is also the host of GSN’s Idiotest. It was the first movie flick to take weed as a concession stand. Brian also worked in Dumbbells which was a comedy produced and co-written by him. Furthermore, he starred in this movie as a character named Chris Long, a doomed basketball star . The film was released in fifteen cities and also VOD. He admits that he is lucky that he got a chance to work with the comedy legend Carl Reiner along with
, Tom Arnold, ,
Brian produced his first indie at a young age of twenty-six. The flick was called “2 Dudes and a Dream” and was distributed by Warner Bros. It represents his venture into producing and writing. In this movie he got a chance to work with Andy Milonakis, Jay Mewes and Simon Rex. Brian has also worked in multiple stage plays. He starred in plays like “Hollywood Shorts” and “Women Are Crazy Because Men Are Assholes”. Moreover he has worked in television series and camera prank shows. His improvisation in MTV’s Disaster Date and MTV’s Disaster Control, where he played a range of characters, spanning from a sleazy male stripper to a wanna-be rapper, who was hearing impaired.
He was also seen in Pair of Kings. Comedy stars like
and Anthony Anderson have also worked with Brian on the show “Campus Ladies”. The show was created by Oxygen Network. Other stars who have worked with Brian Chevy Chase, Friends fame
in a comical feature “Lovesick”. This flick was released in the Newport Beach Film Festival in 2014. Damaged Goods and Naked but Funny are some more Indie films that he has worked with. He was starred in the season one of MTV’s blockbuster show The Hills. He has also appeared in advertisements and commercials of leading brands like Pepsi, Nike, Sunkist Soda, White Castle, Miller-Lite, Budweiser, the NCAA, Perry Ellis, Pepto-Bismol, Calvin Klein and much more.