Brian Unger began his career by getting David Letterman his lunch. He eventually earned his producer stripes at CBS News and then went onto become a founding correspondent and producer at The Daily Show on Comedy Central. He is perhaps best known for his recurring role in the television series “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”
Unger would ricochet off the walls of comedy and news for the next 20 years … as a humorist and commentator for NPR, an executive producer, writer, and host of “Some Assembly Required” for Discovery, “How the States Got Their Shapes” for History Channel, “Showdown of the Unbeatables” for National Geographic, and “Time Traveling with Brian Unger” for Travel Channel, as well as a host of EXTRA and an anchor at MSNBC. Unger’s other television credits include a recurring role on “Baby Daddy” and guest starring roles on “Masters of Sex,” “Crowded” and “Correspondents.” Unger returned to host “Game Day Satisfaction with Snickers” for NFL.com during the 2015-2016 NFL season.
Unger most recently starred in the CBS comedy “Me, Myself &I” and “Yellowstone” for Paramount Network.