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Chuckler.com is a new comedy website from Meetinghouse Productions, producers of truTV’s smash hit series “World’s Dumbest”, and featuring original comedy content. Hosted by Mike Trainor, with Kevin McCaffrey, Jaimie Lee, Mike Britt, Chris Fairbanks, Sean Donnelly, Melinda Hill, and Kara Klenk
Mike Trainor, originally of West Orange, New Jersey was always a lifelong fan of comedy. Now he’s doing it: on stage, in print and on the tube.
Mike’s standup has been featured in Maxim Magazine. It was a spot that led to writing for College Humor.com as well as upsetting his mom.
In 2009 Trainor published his first book “101 Fat Things”, a compilation of jokes about his love of food.
Trainor can currently be seen all over the TruTV series “The Smoking Gun Presents” (Thursdays at 9 ET) making fun of the world’s dumbest criminals, drivers, competitions, partiers and anything else they come up with.
For two years Mike co-hosted and produced “Four Quotas” for Sirius Satellite Radio. Trainor decided to leave the show in the summer of 06, coincidently at the exact moment it was canceled.
These days Trainor can be heard as a featured guest on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Show.
Mike lives in Astoria New York where he spends his free time sitting, eating and writing about himself in the third person.
Kevin McCaffrey made his late night network debut on The Late Show with David Letterman. After his appearance, he was hired as a regular to do warm ups before the show. He currently appears every week on “truTV Presents: World’s Dumbest”. He has made several notable TV show appearances and hosts College Stories with Kevin McCaffrey, a weekly podcast talking to comics, writers, and actors about their time in college, and their best/funniest/craziest stories from that time. As a performer, he relies on content more than volume. He’s mostly a storyteller. Kevin is a contributing monologue writer for The Late Show with David Letterman, he has also written for VH1, National Lampoon, and FuseTV to name a few. He hosts Technically Tomorrow, a late night/early morning talk show on Queens Public TV in New York, that can also be seen on vimeo.com.