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Naissance 1960 (61 ans)
Brad Stine (born 1960) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and author. Relatively unknown until 2003, Stine first gained exposure when he was identified as a conservative Christian on his debut album, Put a Helmet On!
^ Adam Green, STANDUP FOR THE LORD, the New Yorker, 2004-08-02
^ Catherine Donaldson-Evans (September 1, 2004). "Growing Group of Comedians Veer Right". FoxNews.com Foxlife.
Stine was born and raised in Bremen, Indiana by Jerry and Nancy Stine. His father was an auto-body repairman and front man for a local musical combo called the Regents, and his mother was a housewife. He is the second of four children.
Stine's parents divorced when he was eight, but they later remarried and moved to California, only to divorce again. He stayed with his father, who briefly left the auto-body business to travel with his brother to carnivals in the Midwest. His father later remarried and returned to his previous work.
Stine started practicing magic tricks at age 13, which later led to his performing magic in Southern California bars and restaurants. Stine also learned to perform sideshow stunts and began honing his comedy skills.
In the late 1980s, Stine was hired by a manager and toured colleges across the country with comedians Craig Anton and Emery Emery. His first television appearance was on Showtime’s "Comedy Club Network."
Stine continued to work in comedy clubs and on TV, and eventually dropped his magic tricks and stunts. He started taking acting lessons and auditioned for movies and television shows. On the advice of a fellow comic, he eventually made his Christian faith and conservatism the focus of his act.
He resides in Brentwood, Tennessee, with his wife Desiree, and their two children.
^ "Brad Stine Bio | The Grable Group"
^ Bob Faw (May 27, 2005). "Christian Comedian Brad Stine". PBS's Religion & Conservative Ethics Newsweekly.
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