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Birthday: May 23, 1958
Place: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Height: 5' 1"
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| His role as the cherubic and bespectacled Dilbert-esque everyman on the long-running sitcom The Drew Carey Show has endured comedian Drew Carey to the downtrodden cubicle-dwelling masses everywhere, making him one of the most beloved and popular characters in television history; however, Carey's massive success didn't come without some harrowing struggles with depression and numerous suicide attempts during his dark and directionless early years. Born and raised in Cleveland, OH, Carey suffered a devastating early blow when his father died of a brain tumor when Carey was only eight years old. Working long overtime hours to provide Drew and his brothers with the best childhood possible, his mother's frequent absence found the depressed youngster spending many nights home alone seeking solitude in cartoons and comedy albums. Upon entering Cleveland's Rhodes High School, Carey spent much of his free time playing coronet and trumpet in the school's marching band. Enrolling in Kent State and joining the Delta Tau Delta fraternity upon graduation, Carey found great difficulty balancing his studies and personal life, with his lack of direction compounding his depression and resulting in another suicide attempt before being expelled twice and dropping out of school with no degree. Subsequent years found the suicidal and aimless youth drifting across the country with dreams of stability fading slowly from his horizon, but a return to Cleveland resulted in newfound hope when Carey decided to make a last-ditch effort and immerse himself in self-help books. Signing up with the Marine Corps Reserves in 1980 provided Carey with just the discipline that he needed, and following a six-year service and some newly instilled confidence, a close friend working in radio asked Carey to write some jokes to use on-air. Though he possessed a natural instinct for making people laugh, the future comedian knew little about the process of writing and began to educate himself at the local library. Honing his skills and becoming increasingly focused on channeling his energy into humor, Carey took his act to local comedy clubs and, after winning an open-mic contest, began working as emcee at the Cleveland Comedy Club in 1986. The following years found Carey moving frequently between Cleveland and Los Angeles and gaining increasing recognition on the comedy circuits. Offered the rare privilege of joining Johnny Carson on the couch following a 1991 appearance on The Tonight Show proved a career-defining moment, and after a series of HBO specials and television appearances, Carey joined forces with writer/producer Bruce Helford (who had worked on such successful sitcoms as Family Ties and Roseanne), and in 1995 The Drew Carey Show was born. Endearing himself to television audiences with his small-town persona and everyman attitude, The Drew Carey Show quickly became one of the most popular sitcoms on television. Though his success may have been beyond any of his wildest dreams during his clouded formative years, Carey remained loyal to his hometown, always maintaining a level head and frequently rooting for the home team. Serving as host of the American version of the massively popular British improvisational comedy show Whose Line Is It Anyway? (both versions frequently featuring his Drew Carey Show cohort Ryan Stiles) found Carey's small-screen presence increasing, and appearances on such television comedy specials as Drew Carey's Improv All Stars and The New York Friar's Club Roast of Hugh M. Hefner (both 2001) ensured audiences that Carey's humor was as sharp and in tune as ever. Aside from his small-screen work, Carey has appeared in such features as Coneheads (1993) and Play It to the Bone (1999). The September 1997 release of his autobiography, entitled Dirty Jokes and Beer: Stories of the Unrefined, provided fans with detailed and humorous insight into Carey's sometimes dark past, and emergency angioplasty in mid-2001 found the well-loved comedian going under the knife but making a quick recovery. Still going strong seven years after its prime-time debut, the Drew Carey Show remained as popular as ever and the popular comedian showed little signs of slowing.
- Born at 7:00pm-EDT
- Filed 0,000 breach of contract suit against A&W restaurant chain when they refused to pay for commercials after an episode of his TV series featured competitor McDonalds. [8 January 1999]
- Father died when Carey was 8, spawning years of depression. Attempted suicide on many occasions.
- Was in the US Marine Corps.
- Underwent lasik surgery to correct vision. Currently wears trademark glasses as a "prop".
- Played in his high school marching band.
- Underwent emergency surgery. Surgeons inserted a "stent" to open the blocked arteries to his heart. [August 2001]
- Competed in the World Wrestling Federation's 30-man "Royal Rumble" battle royal match on January 21, 2001. He eliminated himself shortly after entering the match as the fifth participant.
- Attended Kent State University
- Roasted by the New York Friars' club [October 2002]
- Bought his childhood home with his first paycheck from "The Drew Carey Show".
- Member of Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity
- Received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday, 21 February 2003. Appropriately enough, the star of this former Marine is located directly in front of The Supply Sergeant; a Hollywood fixture for decades.
- A self-professed "computer geek" because of his love of video games and the internet.
- Received an honorary Ph.D. from Cleveland State University in 2000.
- Considers the writings of self-help guru, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer a major influence in his life.
- His name is mentioned in the song Ohio (Come Back To Texas) by Bowling For Soup.
- His favourite football team is Glasgow Rangers.
- Is an avid fan of football (soccer). He says he got into it playing FIFA and learnt the rules ("Soccer for Dummies"), so he could become a "true fan".
- Is a wrestling fan.
- Likes "The Sims" series for PC.
- Likes sparring.
- Owns at least 30 or more computers and over 10 video game consoles. (6 PS2's, 4 XBOX's, etc.)
- Author of the book "Dirty Jokes and Beer".
- Was the first ever celebrity to enter WWE's Pay-Per-View Royal Rumble. He eliminated himself when the next participant, the seven footer Kane (Glen Jacobs), came out. This became one of WWE's greatest moments in sport's entertainment history.
- When his "Drew Carey" TV show wound up being a major surprise hit, he was given a Porsche by the production company. He purportedly walked out on the stage of the set, asked, "Who here has got the worst car?" When one of the stage hands spoke up and said he didn't have a car, Carey threw him the keys to his old Miata (source: Esquire Magazine Interview).
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