Liam Lynch

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About Liam Lynch

Liam Lynch wears many hats in the entertainment industry. He was the creator, co-writer, musician, actor, and executive producer of Mtv's Sifl and Olly Show. Besides his random hit song, "United States of Whatever", Lynch has worked many other musicians and comedians over the years. His knack for comedy and music has had him collaborating with artists such as Tenacious D, Sarah Silverman and Weird Al Yankovic. Lynch has also worked with artists like Foo Fighters, No Doubt, Marilyn Manson, Them Crooked Vultures, Ringo Starr, Zach Galiflanakis, Eagles of Death Metal, They Might Be Giants, Dhani Harrison's group TheNewNo2, Jenny Lewis, and Queens of the Stone Age. Lynch has also been video podcasting since 2004 and has had several viral videos including "Drinking Out Of Cups", a video he made with friend/musician Dan Deacon. Lynch continues to release his own albums, some comedy and some serious, including some as his alter-ego, fake band, "The Sweet Electric".

Kent, OH, United States of America
September 5, 1970