Streeter Seidell (born December 2, 1982) is an American comedian, writer, actor, and TV host. Seidell first gained popularity as part of the cast of CollegeHumor's online skits, although he has written and edited the site's front page before then. He got further attention when his video series Prank Wars went viral, garnering tens of millions of views and a large amount of mainstream television attention all over the world, which eventually led to a TV-series called Pranked on MTV with fellow CollegeHumor editor, Amir Blumenfeld.

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  • Streeter Seidell (born December 2, 1982) is an American comedian, writer, actor, and TV host. Seidell first gained popularity as part of the cast of CollegeHumor's online skits, although he has written and edited the site's front page before then. He got further attention when his video series Prank Wars went viral, garnering tens of millions of views and a large amount of mainstream television attention all over the world, which eventually led to a TV-series called Pranked on MTV with fellow CollegeHumor editor, Amir Blumenfeld. Starting in 2013, Seidell began writing for the ABC sitcom Trophy Wife. Seidell joined the writing staff of the longstanding NBC variety show Saturday Night Live at the start of the show's fortieth season in September 2014. (en)
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  • Streeter Seidell (born December 2, 1982) is an American comedian, writer, actor, and TV host. Seidell first gained popularity as part of the cast of CollegeHumor's online skits, although he has written and edited the site's front page before then. He got further attention when his video series Prank Wars went viral, garnering tens of millions of views and a large amount of mainstream television attention all over the world, which eventually led to a TV-series called Pranked on MTV with fellow CollegeHumor editor, Amir Blumenfeld. (en)
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