Brian Stack

Actor · Writer
IVA Star Rating : 70
Brian Stack is an American actor, comedian, and writer best known for his sketch comedy work on all three Conan O'Brien late-night talk shows, previously working on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, and on O'Brien's current talk show, Conan on TBS. Stack left Conan in April 2015 to join the writing staff of the... read more

Brian Stack is an American actor, comedian, and writer best known for his sketch comedy work on all three Conan O'Brien late-night talk shows, previously working on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, and on O'Brien's current talk show, Conan on TBS. Stack left Conan in April 2015 to join the writing staff of the CBS series The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Born

Friday, 18 August 1967

Actor Filmography

For Madmen Only: The Stories of Del Close Self 2020
Biography: Chris Farley - Anything for a Laugh 2019
Our Cartoon President Ronald Reagan / Mayor of Sex Town, Ronald Reagan / Stephen Miller's Dad 2018
At Home with Amy Sedaris Narrator 2017
Rough Night Bob 2017
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Gregory Whytman, Nigel Winthrop, Peter Grabbler, Junk Checker, The Devil, The Ice Cream Man, Trump University Video Narrator (voice), Twister Player, Abner Dooksberry, Ancient Butter Druid, Cajun Pope, Ghost of Abraham Lincoln (voice) / Narrator - Cubs World Series with Azmalor 2015
I Am Chris Farley Himself 2015
The Flaming C Other Bowltrons 2015
Giant Sloth Terrance 2015
Talking Tom and Friends CEO, Dr. Internet Doctor, CEO / Super-Spy Device, Dr. Internet Car Salesman, Dr. Internet Doctor / Brian, Dr. Internet Doctor / CEO, Dr. Internet Doctor / Dr. Internet Physicist 2014
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Actor Filmography

For Madmen Only: The Stories of Del Close Self 2020
Biography: Chris Farley - Anything for a Laugh 2019
Our Cartoon President Ronald Reagan / Mayor of Sex Town, Ronald Reagan / Stephen Miller's Dad 2018
At Home with Amy Sedaris Narrator 2017
Rough Night Bob 2017
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Gregory Whytman, Nigel Winthrop, Peter Grabbler, Junk Checker, The Devil, The Ice Cream Man, Trump University Video Narrator (voice), Twister Player, Abner Dooksberry, Ancient Butter Druid, Cajun Pope, Ghost of Abraham Lincoln (voice) / Narrator - Cubs World Series with Azmalor 2015
I Am Chris Farley Himself 2015
The Flaming C Other Bowltrons 2015
Giant Sloth Terrance 2015
Talking Tom and Friends CEO, Dr. Internet Doctor, CEO / Super-Spy Device, Dr. Internet Car Salesman, Dr. Internet Doctor / Brian, Dr. Internet Doctor / CEO, Dr. Internet Doctor / Dr. Internet Physicist 2014
Fartcopter Dad 2014
Kroll Show The Dean of Student Services 2013
Hotel Transylvania Pilot 2012
Electric City (voice), (credit only) 2012
Comedy Bang! Bang! Brendan Wertz 2012
New Girl Cop 2011
Conan O'Brien Can't Stop Himself 2011
Eagleheart King of the Blues 2011
Conan Joe Galliano, Watson the Computer, Commercial Spokesman, Doctor Octopus, Donald McGuire, Ernie (voice) (unconfirmed), Fisherman / Amish Farmer / Astronaut Mime, God, Harley Trout, Insane Man in Gravy Boat Lighthouse Commercial, Congressman, Declaration Signer, Derek Montbleu, Doc Croc, Brendan Reilly, Brian LaFontaine, Mailman, Man in Commercials, Man in Groupon Blimpie Ad, Nog Hog Singer, Other Bowltrons (segment "The Flaming C: Episode 2") (voice), Other Bowltrons (segment "The Flaming C") (voice), Paul Shaffer, Straight-Up Christmas CD spokesperson, Thomas Jefferson, Tony Kent / Brian LaFontaine, Untreatable Gonorrhea Dancer, Vinny Manzoni, WikiBear (voice) 2010
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien Did You Hear About the Morgans Guy, Drowning Guy, Dumbledore, Eli Hendricks Jr., Giles, Gold4Sex.Com Spokesman, Greg Davenport, Hunter, Larry Crocker, Porn Star, Radio Announcer 2009
Parks and Recreation Ted 2009
Important Things with Demetri Martin Don Gordon 2009
Baby Mama Dave 2008
Xavier: Renegade Angel Boss / Mens Only Club Leader / Various, Muslim Man / Various, Therapist / Paramedic / Various 2007
WordGirl World Record Judge 2007
Human Giant Mr. Clowny, Stranded Driver 2007
30 Rock Howard Jorgensen 2006
Freak Show The World's Tallest Nebraskan 2006
The Office Buffalo branch employee 2005
Late Night with Conan O'Brien: 10th Anniversary Special Frankenstein 2003
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Don, Mappy 2000
TV Funhouse Whiskers 2000
A Slipping-Down Life Young Sex Band 1999
Spaceman Special Agent in Charge 1997
Cartoon Sushi Water Conditioner Guy (segment "The Coolest Water Conditioner in the World") (voice), Weatherman (segment "Frogg's Trip to the Sun") (voice) 1997
Late Night with Conan O'Brien Frankenstein, The Interrupter, Clive Clemmons, Fr. Kelly, Frank, The Wave, Tom Waits, Various, WB Prophet, Yumulke Announcer, Artie Kendall, Audience Member #3, Audience Member, Bathtime Bob the Hygiene Cowboy, Beers to You Host, Cletus, God (voice), God, Hannigan the Traveling Salesman, Hannighan the traveling salesman, Himself / Frankenstein / Kilty McBagpipes / Hannigan / Various, Himself, Lips of Michael Jackson / Lips of Siegfried, Lips of Scooby-Doo / Rubber Conan, Man in Audience, Man on the Street #2, Martha Stewart, Pirate, Scatting Wall Holder, Security Guard, Squirrel #2 (voice), The Dark One, The Fantastic Guy 1993
Saturday Night Live Winston Churchill (voice) 1975
2020 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series Nominated
2019 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series Nominated
2018 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series Nominated
2017 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series Nominated
2017 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special Nominated
2011 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Series Nominated
2010 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Series Nominated
2009 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Series Nominated
2008 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Nominated
2007 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Won
2006 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Nominated
2005 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Nominated
2004 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Nominated
2003 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Nominated
2002 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Nominated
2001 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Nominated
2000 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program Nominated
1999 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program Nominated
1998 Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program Nominated
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