Bryan Safi is a multi-talented personality from the United States of America. He is a writer, actor, host and a comedian. He was born in El Paso, Texas. The Emmy-award winning person, Bryan Safi has quickly become known as one of the most multi-faceted talents in the entertainment industry today.
Safi has a handful of high-profile projects in the works that range from appearing in top scripted television projects, co-hosting Access Hollywood Live, and touring the country with his show Throwing Shade Live based off his smash hit, weekly comedy podcast Throwing Shade.
Bryan first geared hi career in the scripted world this year by co-starring in Lifetime’s highly buzzed about thriller ‘A Deadly Adoption’, starring Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig. Safi played the role of Charlie, a man who runs a local organic food stand with his best friend Ellen Wiig. His big heart and love for Ellen and her husband Robert Ferrell cause him to do whatever it takes to protect the couple, even if it means making some terrible decisions.
The movie premiered on June 20, 2015, and made nationwide headlines. Safi can next be seen on ABC Family’s hit series “Young and Hungry,” where his character Alan Lowenstein was introduced at the start of season two. Safi’s portrayal of the perfectionist, decisive, and always blunt Alan quickly made him a fan favorite on the show.
This talented actor also got a role in the indie feature “You’re Killing Me”, which debuted to positive reviews at the Inside Out LGBT Film Festival in Toronto in June 2015.
Besides working in the scripted world, he also loves hosting and is a regular contributor for weekday television entertainment news program Access Hollywood Live. Safi can be seen contributing his quick witted commentary on their panels, and occasionally sits in as co-host for the show.
While not working on television, Safi stays busy with his hit weekly comedy podcast Throwing Shade, co-hosted by Erin Gibson. It has received fame as one of the top 20 podcasts of 2015 by Entertainment Weekly and Rolling Stone. The show’s topics include women’s rights, gay rights, pop culture, adult topics, and politically incorrect ideas. The podcast has become so successful, that Safi and Gibson have now taken their act to the road in a show called Throwing Shade Live, which kicked off August 10, 2015, in Boston. He also does a lot o
Like many other famous faces all across the globe, Bryan Safi is the type of person who prefers to keep his personal life out of the public. He seldom shares information about his personal life with the media. Most information related to his birth, parents, siblings, girlfriends, wife, affairs, divorces, and marriages are unknown to the public and are hardly even mentioned in his bio and wiki articles.
The only thing known about his personal life is that he was born in El Paso, Texas in the United States of America. In an interview with Jim Halterman, he said “I am with somebody. In the show, I’ve done a couple of segments with him and we’re constantly on and off in the show but that’s just for the show. Poor thing! I’ll do a joke and tell him ‘You need to be really mean to me and then we’ll break up’ and he’ll say ‘Ok, whatever you need.’” His net worth and salary are also currently unknown.
Safi won his first Emmy Award for his writing efforts on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2010. Since then, he has been a staff writer/performer for the Emmy-winning comedy website “Funny or Die” which was founded by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. He is also well known for creating and hosting the Webby Award-winning “That’s Gay” video series. Safi is an alumnus of the Sunday Company at the Groundlings and performs regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles.
by Bchrome, 17 Jul, 2016