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Bryan Safi is the co-host of TV Land's late-night show "Throwing Shade."

Bryan Safi writes and directs for the comedy website Funny or Die. He is also the co-host of the "Throwing Shade" podcast which is consistently rated in the top 10 comedy podcasts on iTunes. "Throwing Shade" can also be seen as a videocast hosted by Funny or Die. Before that, he was a writer on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," for which he won an Emmy, and also created and hosted the Webby Award-winning "That's Gay" videos for Current TV.  

The New York Times, The Hollywood Reporter and USA Today have written about Safi, and he was named one of Out Magazine's "Out 100." He is also an on-camera pop culture contributor to "Access Hollywood Live" and "Showbiz Tonight." Finally, he is an alumnus of the Sunday Company at the Groundlings, and performs regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, where he is a proud member of the Maude Team "Oh, Brother!"

As an actor, Safi played the recurring role of Alan Lowenstein in ABC Family's "Young & Hungry." He has also guest starred in "Modern Family" and "Superstore" and was recently seen alongside Will Ferrell in Lifetime's original thriller "A Deadly Adoption," as Charlie, a man who runs a local organic food stand with his best friend Ellen (Kristen Wiig). His big heart and love for Ellen and her husband Robert [Ferrell] causes him to do whatever it takes to protect the couple, even if it means making some terrible decisions.

On the big screen, Safi can be seen in the independent feature "You're Killing Me," which debuted at the Inside Out LGBT Film Festival in Toronto in June 2015.




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