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Overview (2)

Born in Tampa, Florida, USA
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Spent six a half years at Florida State University. In 1997, Rolling Stone Magazine published "The Undergraduate", a 6-page article about him. Rolling Stone Magazine named Bert the "Number One Partier in the Nation". Oliver Stone optioned the writes to his life, book deals were offered, and a local Florida radio station put together a comedy showcase with Bert as the headliner. He then decided to move to New York, to begin a career in comedy. Within the next five months he was offered a sitcome deal with Will Smith's production company, Overbrook Entertainment. A year later he signed his second television development deal with CBS, where he made his acting debut starring in the CBS/20th Century Fox pilot, "Life with David J" with Elliot Gould. Bert has also appeared on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend", VH-1's "Nevermind the Buzzcocks", and as host of FX's "The X-Show". On the X-Show his segment, "Hurt Bert" was awarded Talk Soup's "Clip of the Year", and has now been developed into his Current TV show of the same name.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: PaulCrewe

Spouse (1)

LeeAnn Kemp (? - present) ( 2 children)

Trivia (2)

Member of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Florida State University.
In 1997, as a member of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, he was featured in 'Rolling Stone' as "the top partier" at Florida State University, the "top party school in the US", while he was in his sixth year of college. The 'Rolling Stone' article was eventually the inspiration for Van Wilder (2002).

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