Now that he can finally afford the rent in New york City, Julian McCullough has moved to Los Angeles to continue his rise in the comedy world.
He has been featured as a "New Face" at the Just For Laughs Festival in 2007, won the "New York's Funniest" comedy competition in 2008, filmed his comedy special for "Comedy Central Presents" in 2009, hosted the 2 hour special "40 Funniest Fails" for VH1 (two additional specials are set to air in October) and recently appeared on NBC's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon." In addition to his face, Julian's voice has also enjoyed comedic success. He has been featured on the hugely popular Marc Maron podcast "WTF?" and has performed two original stories he wrote about himself on public radio's highest rated programme, "This American Life." Host Ira Glass has repeatedly claimed that, "Julian was available that week." Most recently, Julian returned to the Just For Laughs comedy festival in 2011 to tape a spot for HBO's "Funny as Hell" series.
Just as you always suspected, Rachel Perry was indeed born in and raised in eastern Canada. Growing up Rachel delighted in eating poutine, working in gas stations and dreaming of moving to California.
She eventually moved to New York City but not before dropping out of a BFA program to become a VJ on Canada's national music channel Muchmusic.
People with a penchant for list shows often recognize Rachel by sound alone from the many countdown shows she lends her voice to on VH1. She has been an on air personality for many channels and shows like VH1's Top 20 Countdown, the male burlesque reality show Strip Search and most recently Playboy TV's comedy clip show The Stash.
A lover of comedy, cooking, painting, online shopping and romance novels Rachel now lives with her boyfriend and Yorkshire Terrier in California. You can find her on twitter as @theperrytrain.