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Old 01/15/2004, 2:50 AM
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Full Name: Andrew Daly [news]
Date of Birth: April 15th, 1971
Place of Birth: New York, NY
Height / Weight: <unknown> / <unknown>
Seasons on MADtv: 6-7 (2000 - 2002)

Recurring Characters:Celebrity Impressions:
  • Adam Lavorgna
  • Bill Maher
  • Carrot Top
  • Charlie Rose
  • Chris Kirkpatrick
  • Danny Sorenson
  • Dick Cheney
  • Don Knotts
  • James Marsters
  • Jesse Helms
  • Matt LeBlanc
  • Noah Wyle
  • Pat Sajak
  • Rick Schroder
  • Roger Lodge
  • Ron Howard
  • Sean Hayes
  • Tony Blair
  • Tony Dow
  • Victor Garber
Biography:
Andy Daly was born in New York, raised in New Jersey, and graduated from Ithaca College. He studied longform improvisation at New York's Upright Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and performed in numerous shows there, including Asscat and The Real Real World. He is also a member of the longform ensemble "The Swarm" which has been performing at the UCB Theater since 1999. Daly also appeared at the 1999 Aspen Comedy Festival as one-half of the sketch duo "The Two Andys".

Where are they now?
As of July 2009, Andrew has just completed 3 movie roles, and has also wrapped up the first season of the show Eastbound and Down.

Television - Starring Roles:Television - Guest Roles:Film - Starring Roles:
  • <none at this time>
Film - Supporting Roles:Other Credits:
  • Advertisements: Dr. Scholl's, Kia, M&M's Candy, Orbitz
Fun Facts:
  • <none at this time>
Famous Catch-Phrases:
  • "Come on down!" --Dr. Adrian Ganzer (Come On Down Doctors)
Memorable Quotes:
  • <none at this time>
Pertinent Links:
  • <none at this time>
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  • ef_7 - Title Banner
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Old 01/17/2004, 1:18 AM
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In the improv/sketch group The Swarm.

Lives in LA now, but still comes to NYC from time to time to perform with The Swarm at the UCB theater.

Was in a pilot for Comedy Central recently called THE DEBATE SHOW.

Made a appearance in a Conan sketch a few weeks ago.
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Old 02/07/2004, 6:16 AM
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Born in New York and raised in New Jersey, Daly graduated from Ithaca College with a Bachelors Degree in drama, and has spent his years since college immersed in New York City's sketch and improv scene.

As one-half of the renowned sketch duo "The Two Andys," Daly performed in a variety of venues in New York and Los Angeles, as well as at the 1999 Aspen Comedy Festival. He studied longform improvisation with the Upright Citizens Brigade and has performed in numerous shows at its New York comedy theater, including his three years as a member of The Swarm, New YorkÕs premiere longform ensemble.

Daly has appeared on "The Late Show with David Letterman," "Late Night with Conan OÕBrien" and "Spin City." He also has lent his voice to several animated shorts for "Saturday Night Live" and "TV Funhouse."

Daly divides his time between New York and Los Angeles. This is his first year as a series regular on MADtv, after spending last season as a recurring player.

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He also had a short (real short) part in the Upright citizens brigade pilot. Matt Besser from UCB I belive will host Crossballs.

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Aww, I miss Andrew! He was funny.

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So that's what he looks like now. I think I partly remember him on MadTv, but I am not sure.

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He looks better with longer hair.

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Omg......I think Andrew is so adorable. I love those dimples !! I wish he was on Mad longer though. He was pretty funny but I loved watching him cause he was so adorable like someone I could cuddle with!! Ok...I'll stop!! LOL!!
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Default Re: Recent Picture of Andy

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Recent picture of Andy Daly, from just a few weeks ago.

The other guy in the picture is Paul Scheer (who happens to be former MAD alum Dannah Feinglass' boyfriend/fiance.)

Scheer is on best week ever.

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andrew was a good cast member. I loved it when he did the politically incorrect sketches
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I'm not putting this in the schedule because it lists two different dates depending on your market, but here it is:

Spin City: "The High and the Mighty"

Featuring: Andrew Daly as "Payroll Guy"

Date: 6/18 or 6/20

Channel: UPN

Summary: Michael needs a favor from a real-estate developer (George Wendt); Paul is mugged.

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I'm not putting this in the schedule because it lists two different dates depending on your market, but here it is:

Spin City: "The High and the Mighty"

Featuring: Andrew Daly as "Payroll Guy"

Date: 6/18 or 6/20

Channel: UPN

Summary: Michael needs a favor from a real-estate developer (George Wendt); Paul is mugged.


I put that in the Upcoming Former Castmember Appearances thread.

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I had a friend, Steven, back in Utah who knew Andrew Daly personally. Steven was the bass player in our band and when I went to his house he had pictures of himself and his friends and girlfriend. Andrew was in some of them. He met Andrew through a friend of his and he told me that Andrew was a great guy and very down-to-earth. My friend also knew Andrew's then girlfriend Tiffany.

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I had a friend, Steven, back in Utah who knew Andrew Daly personally. Steven was the bass player in our band and when I went to his house he had pictures of himself and his friends and girlfriend. Andrew was in some of them. He met Andrew through a friend of his and he told me that Andrew was a great guy and very down-to-earth. My friend also knew Andrew's then girlfriend Tiffany.
Omg je_free...your friend Steve is soo lucky!! Andrew is adorbale..
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Your right.... i liked his longer hair too. Any guy with curley/wavy hair should grow it out just a little.
omg i TOTALLY AGREE! guys with hair like that are deeeeaaaddd sexii! lol ok... back to andy.

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1. Tell us, how did you first get to be on MADtv?

I was performing in an improvised show called "The Real Real World" at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York. My character in the show was a meek little bubonic plague-sufferer transported through time from 16th century England to live in an MTV Real World house. Mad-TV's casting director saw that show and asked me to perform a few original characters and impressions for Mad's producers in Los Angeles. I showed them Rick Shroder, Craig Kilborn, the tough mobster who becomes very effeminate when he's angry, and a few others. After a couple of callbacks, I got the job.


2. When did you decide to be a comedian, what or who inspired you?

I remember blowing out the candles on Tara Doyle's birthday cake in nursery school and getting a big laugh. Tara cried for a really long time, but I was hooked on comedy! My earliest inspirations were Ernie, Bert and Grover. I then moved on to Abbott and Costello and The SNL season that featured Martin Short, Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer and Billy Crystal had a major impact on me (performing with Martin Short on Mad this year was a big dream come true). Other inspirations: George Carlin, Letterman, Monty Python, Madeleine Khan, Gene Wilder, Crispin Glover, John Belushi, The Simpsons, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Mr. Show, The Upright Citizens Brigade and Robert DeNiro and Charles Grodin in Midnight Run. But my biggest inspiration of all time is Peter Sellers.


3. What's your favorite comedy improv game?

I haven't performed shortform (or game improv) in a while but when I did, I used to enjoy doing improvised musicals. They allowed the cast to tell a longer story in multiple scenes and play a bunch of different characters. The only part I wasn't wild about was the singing and rhyming of improvised lyrics. I was therefore overjoyed when the Upright Citizens Brigade (who are now mentioned in three out of three answers) came to New York and started teaching and performing longform improv, like the Harold. Nowadays, my improvising is limited to freeform 30 minute sets based on one audience suggestion. The group I perform with when I'm in New York is called The Swarm and I highly recommend checking them out, whether I'm there or not.


4. Do you sometimes have trouble not laughing when performing comedy?

I know it's not very professional, but I often giggle freely onstage in improvised shows. I just can't keep my cool when I am happily surprised by a fellow player, and that happens all the time. It's a lot easier with scripted material. My philosophy is that if the character would logically find something funny, I go ahead and laugh and if my character would not be amused, I'm usually able to commit to that choice and keep a straight face. Of course, some of my fellow castmembers have made me lose it with totally unpredictable and insane choices. I have a particular weakness for Walter and Amber.


5. When did you find out that you would be a full-time MADtv cast member?

According to my Mad-TV contract, the show had to let me know by June 1, 2001 if I was coming back for season 7. That day, I called my lawyer's office and his assistant said there was something about Mad-TV lying in the fax machine. Sure enough, it was the good news! My girlfriend and I went out to dinner. That's not a very glamorous story, but it's just how it happened.


6. What was your first taping of MADtv like?

The first sketch I taped for Mad-TV was season 6's NYPD Blue with Will Sasso as Andy Sipowicz. I thought that was a really well-written sketch and it was fun to watch Will's unique approach to impressions. Everytime we ran the sketch, he found new things to do with Sipowicz and there is one moment in particular (when he leans so far back in his chair that his torso is completely horizontal) that still cracks me up. That day was a fun, low pressure introduction to how things are done at Mad-TV and when it was over, I received some nice compliments. (Mad-TV fun fact!: I spent most of that sketch standing on a wooden box because I am so much shorter than Will and Rick Shroder is actually taller than Dennis Franz. Poor Will did his part by bending his knees throughout the sketch)


7. Which cast member has the most annoying habit, and what is it?

Well...there are certain castmembers who insist on hugging, caressing and otherwise touching me even though they know it makes me uncomfortable. They get a big kick out of watching me grimace and bristle, but you could hardly call that "annoying". Probably the most annoying habits are mine. I know I frustrate a lot of people on the show by constantly running off the set to find food. You see, there are always lots of snacks lying around at Mad-TV and, being the cheapskate that I am, I like to come to work good and hungry so I can pig-out on the free stuff! Unfortunately, it takes a lot of Oreos and popcorn to satisfy a grown man's appetite and I have to spend plenty of precious rehearsal time scavenging for treats and stuffing them into my mouth. But I have no regrets! The best kind of food is free food!


8. Do you write your own comedy material?

I do. I like to write long, weird sketches about old people and the founding fathers. Shockingly, none of these have ever turned up on your television screen. Luckily, Mad-TV's writing staff is very funny and much more sensible. I've had a lot of fun collaborating with them on some sketches you've seen and some you'll see later in the season.


9. What did you do before MADtv?

Since graduating from Ithaca College, I've been doing sketch, improv and stand-up. I was one half of the alternative sketch duo The Two Andys and have been improvising with The Swarm for about four years. I did a whole mess of commercials for Dr. Scholls and have appeared on Letterman and Spin City. I am also honored to have been a frequent guest player on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and have lent my voice to a few Robert Smigel cartoons that have appeared on SNL and Comedy Central's TV Funhouse. I have very luckily been able to avoid having a day job for the past few years, but before that I worked the front desk at a health club, did telephone market research and taught drama at a day camp.


10. If you could ask yourself the 10th question, what would it be and what would be your answer?

Tell us about your dog.

My girlfriend and I recently adopted a 6 year old mutt from the pound and he's all I like to talk about lately. His name is Mickey and he follows me everywhere. He likes to chase cats and motorcycles and he LOVES cheese! He's not very good at playing with other dogs but he's getting better and he's an incredibly fast runner. Last week, we buried him under a pile of dirty laundry and it was the happiest we've ever seen him. Last night, he ate an entire batch of Tollhouse chocolate chip cookies while we were out and we had to induce vomiting by making him drink hydrogen peroxide (Vet's orders). It was an unpleasant experience for the human's of the house, but I have a feeling that if Mickey had it to do over again, he would not hesitate (Mickey fun fact!: When he finally puked up all those cookies, it was by far the most delicious-smelling vomit we had even experienced! Again, not glamorous - but true!)



Bonus Question: What TV shows do you like (besides MADtv, of course)?

I recently got a whole bunch of movie channels hooked up and have become so enamored with commercial-free TV that I'll watch hours of random, often horrible movies rather that put up with normal television. However, I am always up for a Law & Order, The Simpsons, King of the Hill or Conan.

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Yeah i thought this article was interesting, its a shame Andrew didnt get more leading roles while he was on the show.

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