Dylan Brody

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Dylan Brody (born April 24, 1964) is a U.S. humorist, playwright, author and stand-up comedian. In 2005 his play Mother May I won the Stanley Drama Award. He has appeared on A&E's Comedy on the Road and Fox TV's Comedy Express and has written for Jay Leno's Tonight Show monologue. His 2007 one-man show Thinking Allowed has received very strong reviews.[1]

He has written two novels: A Tale of a Hero and the Song of her Sword and The Warm Hello.[1] He has also written a martial art comedy film, "Kimchi Warrior".

In 2009, he released two CDs of his material. True Enough contains eight of his stories performed live, while Brevity is a studio recording of eight different stories.

His third CD, A Twist of the Wit was released on February 14, 2011, and his fourth, Chronological Disorder was released on February 21, 2012 to strong critical acclaim.

Brody is a graduate of Northfield Mount Hermon School and Sarah Lawrence College.[2] In addition to his work as a writer, he has earned the rank of master in several forms of East Asian martial arts, which he continues to teach and study. Brody lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife.[1]

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