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Born: March 18, 1972 (age 50 years), Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Subject(s): Human behavior, human sexuality, American politics, gender differences
Parents: George F. Cook, Donna Jean Ford
Siblings: Darryl McCauley, Courtney Cook

Birthday: March 18, 1972 (Pisces)
Born In: Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Also Known As: Dane Jeffrey Cook
Age: 50 Years, 50 Year Old Males

Father: George Cook
Mother: Donna Cook
Siblings: Darryl McCauley
Born Country: United States

Actors Stand-Up Comedians
Height: 6’0″ (183 cm), 6’0″ Males
Ancestry: Irish American
U.S. State: Massachusetts

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Cook has stated that he does not drink or take drugs.

Cook’s half-brother Darryl was his business manager until 2008, when it was discovered that Darryl and his wife had embezzled millions of dollars from Cook. Both were convicted and sentenced to prison for the embezzlement.

In 2017, Cook began dating Kelsi Taylor, who is 26 years his junior. In August of 2022, the couple announced their engagement.

Dane Cook was born on March 18, 1972, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Donna Jean and George F. Cook. He along with his elder half-brother, Darryl and five sisters was brought up as Roman Catholics in Arlington, Massachusetts.

After graduating from Arlington High School where he overcame shyness by doing standup comedy, he went to college and studied graphic design, but was keen on taking up comedy as a career.

Dane Cook was in a relationship with Raquel Houghton. In 2017, he started dating Kelsi Taylor. In August 2022, he announced his engagement to Kelsi.

He lost his mother, Donna, to cancer in 2006 and father, George, a year later, also to cancer.

This famous comedian’s half-brother, who was also his business manager, and his half-brother’s wife, were found to have embezzled millions of dollars from the comedian and were sentenced to prison.

This successful comedian declared, ‘I don’t write any of my material down. I like to improvise and be spontaneous’.

First became interested in comedy as a child after he received a toy tape recorder and microphone from his father

Wildly dedicated to his fans known as the “The Dane Train,” and says he makes an effort to answer every e-mail sent to his Web site

His album Retaliation debuted on the Billboard charts at No 4 in August 2005; no comedy album had cracked the Top 5 since Steve Martin’s Wild and Crazy Guy in 1979

Created, directed and starred in the 2006 HBO documentary Dane Cook’s Tourgasm, which followed Cook and three other comics on a cross-country comedy tour

In October 2010, his half-brother, Darryl McCauley, was found guilty of embezzling millions of dollars from Cook between 2004 and 2008

Dane Jeffrey Cook is an American stand-up comedian and film actor. He has released six comedy albums: Harmful If Swallowed; Retaliation; Vicious Circle; Rough Around the Edges: Live from Madison Square Garden; and Isolated Incident.

In 2006, Retaliation became the highest charting comedy album in 28 years and went platinum.

He performed an HBO special in late 2006, Vicious Circle, a straight-to-DVD special titled Rough Around The Edges (which is included in the album of the same name), and a Comedy Central special in 2009 titled Isolated Incident.

He is known for his use of observational, often vulgar, and sometimes dark comedy.

He is one of the first comedians to use a personal webpage and MySpace to build a large fan base, and in 2006 was described as “alarmingly popular”.

As an actor, Cook has appeared in films since 1997, including Mystery Men, Waiting…, Employee of the Month, Good Luck Chuck, Dan in Real Life, Mr. Brooks, and My Best Friend’s Girl.

He also provided the lead voice role in the 2013 computer-animated sports film Planes, and its 2014 sequel Planes: Fire & Rescue as Dusty Crophopper. He was the second comedian (after Andrew Dice Clay) to sell out Madison Square Garden’s large arena space.

Cook was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the second son of Donna Jean (née Ford; died 2006) and George F. Cook (died 2007). He has an older half-brother, Darryl, and five sisters. He grew up in a Catholic family of Irish descent.

Cook was raised in Arlington, Massachusetts, where he attended Arlington High School.

Cook has described himself as having been “pretty quiet, pretty introverted, shy” as a child, although he was a “wild child” at home. He overcame his shyness in his junior year of high school, when he began acting and doing stand-up comedy.

After graduating from high school, he studied graphic design in college as a back-up plan, in case he did not achieve success in comedy. He now designs all of his merchandise, including the cover of his album, Harmful If Swallowed.

Cook’s style is principally “long-form storytelling” and “multipurpose phrases”. Cook says his onstage persona is a combination of the personalities of his mom, Donna, and his dad, George. “My mother is like a Looney Tunes cartoon.

She’s wiggly … She has the ability to tongue in cheek a lot, and do it in a way where she’s being physical. My dad is the polar opposite. He always had a little ‘what the fuck’ in his voice.

Even if he knew nothing about what he was talking about, he could sell it. So I looked at these two extremely funny people and created a style of comedy from absorbing their actions.”

He explains:

I wanted to create a stage persona for myself that allowed me to really speak about anything I want… So I can be a storyteller, I can be jokey, I can be corny, I can be a little vulgar, I can be a lot vulgar.

And I’m not afraid to go anywhere to get the point of the joke across, even if I have to just blabber like a retard until it becomes apparent that I’m a retard and that the audience should laugh.

Paul Provenza said that he was not a fan of his earlier work, but “…caught a couple of Dane Cook shows at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles, and he was fantastic”, and became a fan because he felt he had “matured”.

Comedian Joe Rogan claimed that Cook performed a bit on an episode of Premium Blend that Rogan had developed on I’m Gonna Be Dead Someday, and claimed to have performed the routine earlier in clubs with Cook present.