About Bryan Tucker
Bryan Tucker is a stand up comedian and sketch actor, but he's mostly known as a comedy writer. Bryan has written for some of the top TV sketch shows in the past decade including The Chris Rock Show and Chappelle's Show. He is currently co-head writer on Saturday Night Live.
Bryan is a eight-time Emmy nominee, the recipient of a Peabody Award, and three Writers Guild Awards. A sketch that Bryan wrote for Chappelle's Show ("The Race Draft") was picked as #12 on Nerve and IFC.com's "50 Greatest Sketches of All Time."
Before he broke into TV writing, Bryan was a performer who played over 500 shows around the country as a stand up and as a player in the sketch/ improv group Selected Hilarity. Bryan still does stand up around New York.
Bryan is co-head writer in his tenth season of Saturday Night Live. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.
"Saturday Night Live" (2005-present)
"Chappelle's Show" (2003-2004)
"Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn" (2002-2003)
"Mad TV" (2001-2002)
"The Chris Rock Show" (2000-2001)
Previous Performances Include
Caroline's Comedy Club - New York, NY
The Improvisation - Hollywood, CA
Gotham Comedy Club - New York, NY
The Laugh Factory - Los Angeles, CA
and more than 500 shows in 34 states...