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Scott Aukerman was born July 2, 1970 and is an American writer, actor, comedian, and radio host. He, along with fellow Mr. Show writer B.J. Porter, performs comedy as part of the comedy duo "The Fun Bunch". Aukerman and Porter also created and host a weekly Los Angeles alternative comedy show called Comedy Death-Ray.
Aukerman was born in Savannah, Georgia and grew up in Orange County, California, attending Cypress High School and the Orange County High School of the Arts, studying acting and musical theatre and writing plays in his spare time. He also started a short lived band, "The Naked Postman", with Adrian Young, who went on to be the drummer for No Doubt. Whilst studying at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, he and fellow student B.J. Porter began writing together when they were both scripting and performing in a radio show called Lutz Radio. After a brief period studying at The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts and touring the country as a musical theatre actor, in 1995, at the request of their friends, Aukerman and Porter started performing at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles under the moniker "The Fun Bunch," a name meant to parody improvisation groups at the time.
In September 2008, Aukerman married actress Kulap Vilaysack.
Mr. Show co-creator Bob Odenkirk was in the audience for the second performance, and soon tapped the duo to write and occasionally perform on the HBO series in its fourth season. This led to an Emmy nomiation in 1999 for Aukerman and the rest of the staff. Aukerman appeared sporadically on the show, most notably as the model Theo Brixton in the Taint Magazine sketch.
After the demise of the sketch comedy series, Aukerman, along with Porter, segued into writing film scripts, most notably Run Ronnie Run, the Mr. Show movie from New Line Cinema, and the first draft of the Tenacious D movie.
In 2001, he and Porter wrote and were co-executive producers on the Bob Odenkirk Fox pilot Next!.
In 2002, he and Porter produced the Showtime sketch pilot The Offensive Show. He also portrayed "Young Nigel" (the Michael Caine character) in the third Austin Powers film.
In 2004, he and Porter received an "Additional Dialogue" credit on Dreamworks Animation's animated feature Shark Tale. They went on to write an unproduced script for the sequel, as well as an unproduced Shrek spin-off film for the character Puss In Boots.
In 2006, Aukerman was hired to write sketches for The Onion Movie, a film based on the popular humor newspaper The Onion. However, none of his work was used in the final film that was released on DVD.
In 2006, Aukerman appeared in a sketch with Bob Odenkirk on the Brian Posehn album LIVE in: Nerd Rage.
In 2007 he appeared as "Agent Falconer" in an episode of The Sarah Silverman Program. Additionally, along with Paul Rust and Neil Campbell, Aukerman wrote the "Courtship" episode of the Adult Swim cartoon Moral Orel, and released a self-described "joke record," Scott Aukerman's Koo Koo Roo's Greatest Hits, which featured Aukerman and Sarah Silverman Program writer Jon Schroeder shouting over current soft-rock hits. This was put out in limited release on AST Records.
Also in 2007, a script he wrote with B.J. Porter and Bob Odenkirk (Kanan Rhodes: Unkillable Servant of Justice) was purchased by MTV Films with the intent of starring Rainn Wilson, star of The Office. It currently remains unproduced.
In 2008, Aukerman appeared on a record twice: first performing the character "S.E. Duction" on the album "R.O. Magic: The Best Of R.O. Manse." And at the end of the year, Aukerman, along with Jimmy Pardo, put out a Christmas-themed E.P. entitled Never Not Christmas: A Holiday E.P. on ASpecialThing Records.
In 2009, Aukerman & Porter wrote a pilot script for NBC, "Privates." The network is currently deciding if they're going to produce it.
On May 1, 2009, Aukerman became the host of "Comedy Death-Ray Radio" on Indie 103.1.Theone-hour comedy-themed broadcast airs on Fridays from 12 noon until 1:00 p.m. PST.
Scott Aukerman also took on the role as the head writer for the 2009 MTV Movie Awards.
In 2002, Aukerman and Porter started the hugely successful alternative comedy showcase Comedy Death-Ray, which ran every Tuesday night at the M Bar in Los Angeles. Porter had friends in common with M Bar owner Joe Reynolds, and visited the bar a few times shortly after its opening. Upon seeing how empty M Bar was night after night, Poster convinced Reynolds to let him start a comedy show to help drum up business. The show eventually moved to the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in 2005 in an attempt to gain more creative freedom. A Comedy Death Ray CD taped partially in San Francisco at the SF Sketchfest and partially at their fourth anniversary all night show in LA was released on Comedy Central Records on September 11, 2007. The CD featured Aukerman, as well as comedians David Cross, Patton Oswalt, Paul F. Tompkins, and other CDR regulars.
In 2007, Aukerman and Porter produced several internet shorts with Comedy Death-Ray comedians for the internet site Super Deluxe. These included three episodes of The Brody Stevens Interview Challenge, and two episodes of Lake Charles Lake, in which he also co-starred. They made more shorts in 2008, but the site was shut down and folded into Adult Swim before they could air.
Additionally in 2007, Aukerman and B.J. Porter created and produced a sketch pilot, titled The Right Now! Show, based on their show for Fox. However, the network passed on ordering it to series in late 2007. Cast member Casey Wilson was immediately hired as a featured cast member of Saturday Night Live after the news. One sketch from the show, Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis, was put up on internet site Funny Or Die and received several hundreds of thousands of hits in just a few days. This was followed by "Ferns" interviews with talk-show host Jimmy Kimmel, Mad Men star Jon Hamm, and Natalie Portman.
On May 1, 2009, "Comedy Death-Ray Radio," a one-hour comedy-themed broadcast based upon the live show, debuted on Indie 103.1. The show continues to air on Fridays from 12 noon until 1:00 p.m. PST.
Aukerman, along with Human Giant stars Aziz Ansari, Paul Scheer, and Rob Huebel, created controversy when they, using Twitter, live "tweeted" a midnight screening of the film Crank: High Voltage, in an event they called "Twitflix." They had previously done this during the first screening of Fast & Furious held in D-BOX seats. Harry Knowles from Ain't It Cool News wrote to them during the film, threatening them, upset with what they were doing. This was reported on several websites the next day.
During his tenure on Mr. Show, Aukerman struck up a friendship with the members of Orange County punk band The Vandals. He ended up singing background vocals on the song "That's My Girl" from the album Look What I Almost Stepped In, "Dirty White Boy" from the unreleased Run Ronnie Run soundtrack, and "Heigh Ho," from the Japanese compilation record Mosh Pit on Disney. He performs a tap dance in their DVD Oi To The World! Live in Concert and acted in two Kung Fu Records films, That Darn Punk and Cake Boy.
His friendship with Vandals bassist Joe Escalante led to a semi-regular gig performing comedy pieces on Escalante's Indie 103.1 morning show. His characters to date include "William Perth," who supposedly portrays Spider-Man outside the Grauman's Chinese Theatre, and impersonations of Robin Williams, American Idol's David Archuleta, and Indie 103 DJ "Native Wayne" Robson. This also led to his own radio show, Comedy Death-Ray Radio, which debuted on May 1, 2009.
Aukerman has appeared several times on the popular podcast Never Not Funny, hosted by Jimmy Pardo. He has appeared on episodes 112, 130, 156, 206, 219, 227, 238, 323, 411, and 501