Dads In Parks comedians Jamie Kaler and Bryan Erwin discuss the relative merits of their kids spending time practicing music versus spending time playing sports.
An accomplished actor, comic, host, voice-over artist, and radio personality, Jamie Kaler is best known for his starring role as “Mike” on the hit TBS show, My Boys. His prolific acting career includes appearances on Friends, Will and Grace, How I Met Your Mother, Parenthood, and King of Queens, as well as numerous films and over 150 commercials. He is currently the host of America: Facts vs. Fiction on the American Heroes Channel, which is entering it’s third season, and has his own radio show on SiriusXM named Kaler. As a voice-over artist he is the voice of the "Bloopers Host” on the cult classic Robot Chicken and has been the national spokesperson for Carnival Cruise Lines.
Originally from New Hampshire, Jamie graduated from Boston University on an NROTC scholarship and served as an officer in the U.S. Navy before beginning his career as a performer. As a comedian he was one of the new faces at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal and has appeared on Chelsea Lately, The Late Late Show, Live at Gotham, Mock-pocalypse, and World’s Dumbest.
When not working, he is obeying every command of his wife, Kate, and two daughters, Hannah and Claire.
Jamie Kaler and Michael Beatrice speculate that today's daycare, preschool, and elementary school are all useless. Kids need tough love to survive in this harsh world.
Everyone loves the ball pit, but no one likes germs! Jamie Kaler and Michael Beatrice reinvent the ball pit for the safety and well-being of children and parents alike.
Have you ever considered scheduling a vasectomy behind your wife's back? Dads Jamie Kaler and Jeff Lewis talk about wives who want more children, and fathers who don't.
Dads Jamie Kaler and Jeff Lewis ask: Is it really a dad's duty to investigate strange noises in the backyard? Wouldn't it be safer to stay inside the locked house?
Hilarious dads Jamie Kaler and Jeff Lewis discuss potential plans for escaping the thankless job of being a parent. Is there another way out? Find out!
Dads Jamie Kaler and Jeff Lewis discuss an absurd and dangerous song meant to undermine authority and promote lunacy - Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed!
Hello, I'm Jamie Kaler, a 50-year-old man with two children under the age of 2. Oh, have I got your attention? I can almost hear you muttering, “you poor son of a gun!”