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Dennis Miller

Miller is a five-time Emmy award winner for his critically acclaimed half-hour, live talk show "Dennis Miller Live" which had a nine year run on HBO. He also wrote and starred in the Emmy-nominated cable comedy special "Raw Feed", his sixth such special. He was the host and executive producer of CNBC's "Dennis Miller", a topical interview talk show featuring reasoned discourse, opinion and humor. Additionally, Miller has appeared on many politically oriented television talk shows.

He has also been cast in films, usually in dramatic roles, most notably in 1994's "Disclosure," 1995's "The Net," and 1996's "Murder at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue."

In October 2001, HarperCollins published the fourth edition of Miller's popular rants, "The Rant Zone," now out in paperback. Miller's previous books, "I Rant Therefore I Am;" "Ranting Again" and "The Rants" have all been New York Times best sellers. For two seasons, Miller called the plays alongside Al Michaels and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Fouts on ABC's "Monday Night Football." He was also the "Weekend Update" correspondent on "Saturday Night Live" for six years, before exiting in 1991. He has yet to appear in a show with the words, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday in the title.

Over the years, Miller has become both a public and critical favorite. The New York Times said, "Mr. Miller is exquisitely attuned to contemporary foibles...his material can be scathing, his delivery low key...Mr. Miller reaches a bit farther than most comedians for the scorching comment...this smart aleck has an uncommonly sharp eye..." and The Hollywood Reporter called his most recent special, "an hour of topical, scathing brilliance that helps cement Miller's status as the Lenny Bruce of the new millennium...the most cerebral, astute and clever standup ever to put mouth to microphone." August 2006

Favorite Quote: "Come to me my babies, let me quell your pain."

Bio pending

Dave "Munga" Coelho (born January 28, 1974, in Oakland, Ca) is an American journalist and Call Screener whose work often focuses on pop culture, politics and sports. He was raised on a farm near Placerville, California and graduated from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in 1998. After college he was a journalist in Fargo, North Dakota and later an arts critic for the Daily Camera in Boulder, Colorado before moving to Los Angeles in 2001.

Munga was a senior writer for No Depression magazine and had a column titled "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights," formerly "Rock and Roll Over" and "### Words from Cool Breeze." In March 2004, it was reported that Coelho was fired after the magazine was sold and editor-in-chief Geoff Hayden was replaced, along with many other staffers. He still regularly contributes as a featured columnist to Algoresbeard.com and has written for KO, SPIN, The Believer, and The Mountain Democrat.

Munga is currently working on a memoir, 'Behind The Glass: On and Off the Air with Some of the Biggest Personalities in Talk Radio'

Favorite Quote: "Don't worry about the horse being blind, just load the wagon."
Bret Saberhagen "Sabes"
Technical Director "Sound Board Guy"

Bret Saberhagen is a former Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher. His nickname was 'Sabes.'

Saberhagen was drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 19th round of the 1982 amateur draft and made his Major League debut on April 4, 1984. He made an immediate impact with the team, compiling a 10-11 record and 3.48 ERA. The Royals made the postseason but lost to the Detroit Tigers. Saberhagen pitched well in his first postseason start, giving up two runs in 8 innings. During his career that spanned 17 seasons, Sabes compiled a career record of 167-117 with an ERA of 3.34. He was a 3 time selection to the All-Star Team, won the Cy Young Award twice and was the 1985 World Series MVP.

In 2006, Saberhagen was named to the 2007 ballot for the Baseball Hall Of Fame. He stated if he were voted in, he would not attend the ceremony because he believes Dennis Miller should be inducted. Saberhagen finished with 7 votes, well short of the amount needed to stay on the ballot next year. In 2006, he began coaching Varsity high school baseball. His younger son played on the Freshman team at that time and Saberhagen's goal was to coach his son when he moved up to Varsity. However, a constant set of battles with the School District administration caused him to resign his coaching duties in October of 2007....but we know the real reason was to commit 100% of his time and energy on being the "Sound Board Guy" for the Dennis Miller Show.

Favorite Quote: "I have an original mind...I don't use quotes."
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