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Stephen Lynch

Stephen Lynch Mostly Credited As: Stephen Lynch
Date Of Birth: July 28, 1971 (Age 42)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Abington, Pennsylvania


Stephen Lynch is not a singer; Stephen Lynch is not a songwriter; Stephen Lynch is not a comedian. Stephen Lynch just happens to be all three things in one convenient package of a man.

Stephen grew up in Michigan, presumably in close proximity to the Whittling Man. In 1993, he graduated from Western Michigan University with a BA in drama. Although he had been a music aficionado, he did not have any early plans to pursue a career in music. He cites the film This is Spinal Tap as the primary source of inspiration for that decision.

Three years after graduation, Stephen moved to New York to treat audiences with his songs. And treat them he did. His fan base exploded as he successfully toured comedy clubs and college campuses. Adding to that popularity, in 2000, Stephen performed for a Comedy Central special as part of the series Comedy Central Presents. It continued to be a good year, as he released his first full-length album, A Little Bit Special.

Stephen's latest project has been starring as Robbie Hart in the Broadway musical The Wedding Singer, a reincarnation of the film by the same name. His performance landed him a Tony nomination for Best Actor.

Discography

Half a Man
Original demo, out of print

A Little Bit Special
The first full-length album, studio-recorded
Released September 26, 2000

Superhero
The second full-length album, recorded live in New York and New Jersey
Released December 10, 2002

Live at the El Rey
DVD, recorded live
Released September 28, 2004

The Craig Machine
The third full-length album, recorded live in New York City
Released October 4, 2005

Cleanest Hits
Compilation album, edited to remove swear words
Released 2006

The Wedding Singer
Original cast recording from the Broadway musical
Released June 6, 2006

3 Balloons
The fourth full-length album, recorded in the studio
Released March 24, 2009

To see a track list for each album and to listen to some of his songs, head over to the official website.


TV Appearances

Main cast 
I Love the ‘80s: 3D (2005)As: Himself
Episode Cast Credits 

Comedy Central Presents (1998) 
  Stephen Lynch 12x01: (Jan/11/2008) As Himself 
  Stephen Lynch 03x09: (Aug/02/2000) As Himself 

I Love the '70s: Volume 2 (2006) 
  1979 01x10: (Jul/14/2006) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  1978 01x09: (Jul/14/2006) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  1977 01x08: (Jul/13/2006) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  1973 01x04: (Jun/11/2006) As Himself, [Interviewees]

Last Call with Carson Daly (2002) 
  Bill O'Reilly, Stephen Lynch, Leona Naess 03x09: (Feb/03/2004) As Himself 
  Nick Cannon, Darrell Hammond, Stephen Lynch, Jeff Ross, Kelis, Hurry-Up Offense 02x137: (Dec/19/2003) As Himself 
  Julie Bowen, Fat Joe, Stephen Lynch, Dressy Bessy, Parasite, Marilyn Stults, Hugh McMahon 02x115: (Oct/31/2003) As Himself 
  Kelsey Grammer, Cave In, Stephen Lynch 02x68: (Jun/24/2003) As Himself 
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