Writer and principal performer on theHoward Stern Show on 66WNBC in NY both live on-air and in produced bits.
Co-host and writer for the Fitz and Rosenberg Show on WNEW-AM in NY.
Writer and principal performer on the Imus in the Morning Show on 66WNBC in NY.
Hosted overnight music show at 66WNBC.
rote and appeared on The Miss Howard Stern New Years Eve pay per view
Head Writer for The Ainsley Harriotte Show, a one-hour strip show produced by Buena Vista.
Performed audience warm-ups for Regis and Kathy Lee, Regis and Kelly and The Ainsley Harriotte Show.
Co-hosted Fox After Breakfast on the Fox Network as Bob The Puppet.
Co-hosted Breakfast Time on fX (Fox’ cable network) as Bob The Puppet.
Hosted segments, on Fox After Breakfast and Breakfast Time, as a remote reporter.
Writer and performer on the Howard Stern Show, nationally syndicated on WOR - TV.
Consultant – MTV.
Wrote and did voice-over on the 2nd Annual MTV Music Video Awards Show hosted by Eddie Murphy.
Wrote and appeared on WPIX-TV's 40th Anniversary Show hosted by Tony Randall.
Wrote, performed and assisted in production of radio commercials for WPIX-TV.
Wrote pilot for Clue Me In, produced by Glow In The Dark Productions.
Wrote bumpers and Voice Overed for Great American History Quiz produced by Glow In The Dark
Reebok, Dunkin Donuts, Subaru, Robitussin, Continental Airlines, Spic And Span, Heinz Ketchup, Roy Rogers, 1st Fidelity Bank, Fleer Bubble Gum, TWA, AT&T, Burger King, and others. Various infomercials including Sony Products for Spencer Entertainment and appearances on the Joan Rivers Show.
In-house informational and training films for Nabisco and IBM. Wrote dialogue for in-house presentation for Sony/Epic Records.
Appearances at the Improv in NYC performing a one hour act of original material. Member, NYC Improv Hall of Fame.
Appearances as various characters in Don Imus' live stage show performing written and ad-lib material.
Featured actor, writer, and co-producer for Just Deserts, a short film produced by Koeghan Films.
Featured performer (as Mayor Thornton) in Thunderborn produced by Joseph E. Levine Productions and The Fable Factory.
Co-writer, Drive Time, a feature film optioned by Sony.
Wrote and performed 39 episodes for Dial-a-Joke. Tapes on display at the Smithsonian.