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Brian Unger from "How the States Got Their Shapes" is the host of the History Channel reality series.

Broadcast journalist, actor and comedian Brian Unger started as an intern at "Late Night with David Letterman," later becoming a producer at CBS News and a commentator at NPR. He is best known as one of the first correspondents and producers on "The Daily Show" for Comedy Central. His host and guest-hosting stints include E!'s "Talk Soup," MSNBC's "Countdown," FOX's "World's Craziest Videos" and
Brian Unger in "How the States Got Their Shapes"
Brian Unger How the States Got Their Shapes
NPR's "Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me."

"The Unger Report" ran on NPR's "Day to Day" for six years, and his occasional commentary can be heard on "All Things Considered." As a comedian, he has corresponded for "The Tonight Show" and as an actor appears as a recurring character in FX's "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."

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