Brooks is a cool dude from Iowa. He went to University of Iowa and got a biomedical engineering degree, but then pursued comedy. Most recently Brooks was a cast member NBC’s Saturday Night Live and appeared on CONAN to do stand up. In 2013 he made his television debut on Comedy Central’s Adam Devine’s House Party. And in 2012, he was invited to perform at the New York Comedy Festival as a part of Comedy Central’s Top 10 Comics to Watch, and was a breakout performer as a new face at the prestigious Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal as well as the Comedy Central South Beach Comedy Festival. Rolling Stone also named Wheelan one of the 45 best acts from the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in 2014. Brooks is currently headlining throughout the US and chilling pretty hard.
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July 24, 2018
Comedian Brooks Wheelan joins Howard and guest co-host Jessica Chaffin to break the mold on a jam-packed Who Charted! They count down Billboard’s Top 5 Mainstream Songs while sorting out their Hogwarts Houses, and Howard makes the effort to find his inner child during the Movie Chart. Later, Jessica shares a special throwback Petty tune while Brooks and Howard reflect on their time in Hawaii together as they count down their Hot Picks.
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June 17, 2015
We kick of this episode of Who Charted with three the things that any non-millennial must do in order to consider themselves a “trans-milennial.” Then, Kulap and Howard welcome to the show SNL alum and stand up comedian Brooks Wheelan. Brooks talks about the beauty of mountains, the proper way to drink a “Dew,” and why cassettes are the new MP3’s! Also, the gang discusses how Jurassic World managed to have the second best opening weekend on record. Later, Brooks reveals the ultimate Halloween character, provided your cool with getting removed from every party you attend.
February 27, 2015
Randy and Jason start the episode with whether or not Nascar driver Kurt Busch is in fact dating a trained Assassin, why Jay Cutler leading the Chicago bears to a 5-11 season is the worst thing he can do as a father, and a horse jockey who knows have to have a good time. Then, the Sklars welcome to the show stand up comedian and Saturday Night Live alumni, Brooks Wheelan, who talks about life as a struggling comedian who is forced into bio-medical engineering as a side job. Additionally, Brooks speaks about the moment he met his hero, Adam Sandler, and how the sport of wrestling impacted his life. Lastly, Dick Vitale calls in to announce the new career he’ll pursue after basketball commentary.