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Comedian, writer, actor and musician Don McEnery is no stranger to stage or screen. He performed as an opening act for Howie Mandel from 1998-2001, is a regular at Las Vegas' Harrah's Improv, and has appeared at comedy clubs across the nation, including Catch-A-Rising-Star, Dangerfield's, Zanies and The Laff Factory. He has also opened for Tower of Power, Don McLean and Jorma Kaukonen.
The New York native's TV credits include Star Search, MTV's Half-hour Comedy Hour, Evening at the Improv, Nashville Now, and HV 1's Stand-up Spotlight, hosted by Rosie O'Donnell. You can also see him in the Bob Odenkirk (of HBO's Mr. Show) directed feature film Melvin Goes to Dinner.
An accomplished comedy writer, Don's credits range from TV to the big screen. His Seinfeld episode was Emmy-nominated; he's written for The George Carlin Show, The Arsenio Hall Show, and for Gene Wilder. His screenwriting credits include Pixar's a bug's life, nominated for an Annie Award, Disney's Hercules, and Sony Picture's Stuart Little: Call of the Wild.
Don received his music education, acting and voice training in NYC. He plays the piano, mandolin and harmonica, as well as sings and juggles, although not at the same time.
He lives with his lovely wife in the Hollywood Hills.