Well into my 4th year as a successful parent! That is right 4 years and my daughter has no physical signs of scarring or broken bones.
My jokes have gotten a little more immature almost as if they were meant for a 4 year old audience. Not that I have been writing new jokes.
Voice Over techniques have come in very handy while reenacting scenes from various Disney and Dreamworks movies.
There have been no recent appearances on any network tv shows like Sons of Anarchy or NCIS, as a mean scary looking biker, i still have and ride the Harley just hard to scare a year old.
Have been a the road a little bit, to places like Disneyland, Legoland, and Seaworld.
Will be appearing, and helping host the 1916 MC/CC Toy Drive & Poker Run sept.21st 2014
Stay tuned for more highlights and updates!
Brenden Bowman lives the American dream, a couch, a 42” plasma tv, and pizza on speed dial. If it weren’t for the flashbacks before he could walk, he might not be on parole still. You can find Brenden performing at the Improv in Los Angeles, The Ice House in Pasadena, The Comedy Store In Hollywood, and also frequenting comedy clubs from Sacramento to Boston. Brenden Found his way onto the comedy stage after dabbling in animation and commercial voice over and found that was not the way to grow up to become a cartoon character. This was after Brenden was forced to leave radio due to a couple cease and desist orders, and the Mohawk incident at the country station. To the displeasure of his roommate, the cat, Brenden has been fairly successful on the road. With a mild case of schizophrenia it makes lonely hotel rooms and long plane rides seem like a party. Great Great Uncle - 1952 Louis A. Bowman repeats his revised Pledge at several other meetings of the Sons of the American Revolution. After one meeting in 1952, member John F. McKillip writes about the "under God" addition to his former employer, the newspaper tycoon William R. Hearst, Jr. The Hearst Newspapers begin a campaign to add "under God" to the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance.