Brian Phelps Biography
Brian Phelps is an American radio personality (disc jockey) and occasional actor. He is best known for the nationally syndicated Mark & Brian morning show.
Brian Phelps Age
Brian was born on May 5, 1959, in Cambridge, Illinois. He is 62 years old.
Brian Phelps Family
Brian was born and raised in Illinois and later moved to Los Angeles, California. Information about his parents is still unknown since he has never talked about them. He attended Cambridge High School in Cambridge, Illinois, and appeared in the school’s musicals, as well as being a member of the Cambridge Vikings football team. After graduating in 1977, Brian attended college in Normal, Illinois.
Brian Phelps Wife
Brian, with his new partner, actress Jill Whelan, podcast a new show called “The Brian and Jill Show” on September 10, 2012. The two have known each other for years. The pair dated for short period but until then Jill got married two times and also a divorce and even had two children too. Brian says though they are extremely close and love each other, she is not his girlfriend, rather his best friend. Currently, he is not dating anyone but he may not be gay.
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Brian did commercial work and improvisational comedy before meeting his partner Mark Thompson in Birmingham, Alabama in 1986. The year which followed the pair moved their show to KLOS-FM in Los Angeles.
The extensive popularity of his radio show has given Brian several opportunities to branch out into other entertainment media. Brian and Thompson hosted a short-lived NBC TV series, The Adventures of Mark & Brian, based on their radio show in 1991-92.
Brian has also appeared in a number of motion pictures, notably Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (the 1993 ninth installment in the Friday the 13th series) and The Princess Diaries (2001). He has also made a number of TV series guest appearances, including the role of Reverend Gigg LeCarp on the Comedy Central series Reno 911!. He often ended the Mark & Brian Show with the catchphrase “Be good humans!”.
After 25 years as the KLOS morning team, Mark and Brian signed off the airwaves and closed their show on August 17, 2012. Brian debuted the podcast “The Brian and Jill Show” on September 10, 2012, with his new partner, actress Jill Whelan.
Brian Phelps And Jill Whelan Podcast
Following Mark Thompson’s retirement and the final broadcast of The Mark & Brian Radio Program in August 2012, co-host Brian left the radio station KLOS. Brian debuted the podcast “The Brian and Jill Show” on September 10, 2012, with his new partner, actress Jill Whelan.
Brian and Jill Whelan bring us fresh talk daily. Listen in as Brian and Jill quip on current news, interview a wide range of guests and they also take your questions via phone, Twitter or Facebook.
Brian Phelps Radio
Brian and Mark Thompson spent 25 years as hosts of the morning show at KLOS-FM/95.5, building a devoted audience in Los Angeles and cities around the western states where “The Mark and Brian Show” was syndicated.
Then, more than six years ago, in August 2012, they left the classic rock station and the show they’d first started together in Birmingham, Alabama. And that was the end.
Until it wasn’t, when on Thursday afternoon April 25, 2019, as part of the KLOS-FM 50th anniversary celebration “The Mark and Brian Reunion Show” took over the station’s airwaves from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Brian Phelps Solvang
When dining out in Solvang, is it a foregone conclusion you’ll be going Dutch?
Brian Phelps Net Worth
Brian has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars. He has been able to earn his net worth through their radio talk show with Brian and also with Jill and even through his separate career.
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