Jonathan Drubner Autobiography When it comes to cprofession, d funnyman Jonathan Drubner doesn 9t know what to call himself. So he just calls himself cDrubner. d Drubner 9s the host of ESPN Road Trip. He 9s the head writer and co-producer of The ESPY Awards .
He 9s the writer, producer, and host of all things Video Gaming on Lifeskool (VOD). He recently wrote voice-over for Morgan Spurlock 9s latest documentary, Where In The World Is Osama Bin Laden? He 9s providing marketing & copywriting services for Microsoft, Reebok, Heineken, Sony, GMC, Ubisoft, ESPN Mobile, Capcom, and Atari .
He 9s back from Austin, where Vince Young 9s Homecoming , the short film he wrote for the IFC series, Framed , was directed by Regina King. He 9s performing Stand-up Comedy all over New York and Los Angeles. He 9s writing and voicing interstitials for VH1 and the machinima series, Ill Messengers , for superdeluxe.com.
And he 9s really into the word che 9s. d Formerly, Drubner was the director of programming at g-NET Media , where he served as the executive producer and field correspondent for Spike TV 9s Fresh Baked Video Games , the writer, producer, and host of the MTV2 ... more. less.
Game guide, and the writer, producer, and voice of AOL Games . Additionally, Drubner is writing for Justin Timberlake, Jim Carrey, Kevin James, Jay Mohr , Shaun White, Ben Lyons, Will Ferrell, and John C. Reilly , developing a number of unscripted television shows, and humbly accepting all of the praise he received while touring the short film festival circuit with his award-winning musical comedy, Antiterror Man .<br><br>