Jake Fogelnest

Jake Fogelnest started a television show from his New York City bedroom when he was fourteen years old.”Squirt TV” (1994) made its debut in January of 1994 on Manhattan public access. In January of 1996 Squirt TV evolved from Public Access to the mass audience of MTV. Still recorded from Jake’s bedroom, the show featured more celebrity guests including Adam Sandler, Beck and The Kids In The Hall — some of whom had appeared on Squirt TV in its original Public Access incarnation.Fogelnest is a regular commentator on VH1’s I Love The… series. Other television credits include a special for Comedy Central, MTV’s 12 Angry Viewers, Upright Citizens Brigade, and guest appearances on The Jon Stewart Show, Howard Stern, and Late Night With Conan O’Brien. He’s working on a project for MTV called Ten Years Later. Fogelnest had a cameo in the film Wet Hot American Summer and can be seen for 11 seconds in Gigantic: A Tale Of Two Johns, a documentary on They Might Be Giants. Fogelnest served on the writing staff of the VH1 series Best Week Ever and regularly contributes jokes to Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update.” He’s written for magazines such as Spin, Ray Gun, Bikini, Alternative Press, and Jane, and he’s appeared in the “Say Something Funny” feature of The Onion.


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