Starting out on Whose Line is it Anyway

February, 2007

Whose Line has been the most amazing gig for me.  We started out doing six hybrid episodes, shot in America but with the British host.  We ended up doing 216 episodes over eight seasons with Drew Carey as the host.  It was the most fun, intense, crazy job I’ve ever had.


I got the audition through my friend, Ron West, who I've known since my Second City days in Chicago.  He performed on some of the British shows, and became a producer on the American series.  I was lucky enough to audition with Brad Sherwood and Wayne Brady.  Of course we all got the gig!  

 

I did the first season by myself, then we added Linda Taylor on guitar and more.  I feel like between the two of us we can play anything! 

2 comments

  • Paul
    Paul
    You're a talented musician and do a great job on Whose Line is it Anyway! My favourite piece was the Hoedown and wish they would bring it back although I'm sure Ryan is not missing it! lol… Which of the cast makes you laugh the most? It's fascinating listening to Wayne makeup songs like he does. Some of them are really good! He must be fun to work with. Just recently learned about the Sweet Potatoes. They have a great sound! Keep up the great work and sound!

    You're a talented musician and do a great job on Whose Line is it Anyway! My favourite piece was the Hoedown and wish they would bring it back although I'm sure Ryan is not missing it! lol… Which of the cast makes you laugh the most? It's fascinating listening to Wayne makeup songs like he does. Some of them are really good! He must be fun to work with. Just recently learned about the Sweet Potatoes. They have a great sound! Keep up the great work and sound!

  • Benjamin
    Benjamin London
    Love it

    Love it

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