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Jordan Brady
Jordan Brady began as a stand-up comedian, touring nightclubs and colleges in 49 states across America.  His first big break came when MTV tapped him to host a game show, "Turn It Up!"  Next, he hosted and directed the NBC Saturday Morning reality series, "Name Your Adventure".  In addition to NBC promo shoots, Jordan began directing short films and series for Comedy Central and MTV.
In 1997, Jordan Brady wrote and directed the feature mockumentary, "Dill Scallion".  Critic Roger Ebert anointed it the "'Spinal Tap' of country music.”  Brady followed up with the independent film "The Third Wheel" starring Ben Affleck and Luke Wilson, and the Miramax flop "Waking Up In Reno" with Billy Bob Thornton and an undiscovered Charlize Theron.
Mr. Brady’s first documentary is "I AM COMIC". The film explores the art & occupational hazards of stand-up comedy.  It stars Sarah Silverman, Louis C.K., Tim Allen, Jeff Foxworthy, Janeane Garofalo and 76 other professional comics.
Jordan’s true passion is commercials.  He has directed over 719 national TV spots to date.
Check out Jordan on imdb.com or iamcomicmovie.com and he is fun to Google.
Jordan Brady takes his documentary, "I AM COMIC," to Slamdance: "Bow-Chicka-Bow-Wow!"