Since then, he was a great guest star and he’s been great for giving us advice.EA: It’s been great to have somebody’s comedy who we’ve grown up admiring involved in the project. EA: I think the cameo that surprises me the most is Mena Suvari.Axford and Murphy chatted with CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith about their careers in comedy, their relationship, “Hot Date” and why their show is so easy to relate to.DJ Sixsmith: You two met while working together at College Humor.
He wanted to get into producing and they passed the script along to him and he really liked it.
He started at College Humor in 2007 when he graduated.
He was working as a Writer’s Assistant and making copies and answering phones.
How did you both get started in the world of comedy?
Brian Murphy: I got my start pretty much at College Humor.