He's interviewed an eclectic set of celebrities, including directors J.J. Abrams, Clint Eastwood, Rob Reiner, John Waters, Kevin Smith and Chris Wedge; actors Susan Sarandon, Glenn CloseLena Dunham, Mandy Patinkin, Megan Fox, Chazz Palminteri, Patricia Clarkson, Rooney Mara, Kate Mara, Adam West, Hayden Panettiere, Jill Hennessy and Bebe Neuwirth; comedians Joan Rivers, Chevy Chase, Jerry Stiller, Jim Gaffigan, Bobby Moynihan, Artie Lange, George Lopez, Richard Belzer, Aziz Ansari, Nick Kroll, Charlie Murphy, Amy Schumer, Jordan Peele, Tom Cotter, Jay Pharoah, Nick Di Paolo, Mario Cantone and Fred Norris; musicians Elvis Costello, Yoko Ono, Sheryl Crow, Brian Wilson, Daryl Hall, Paul Shaffer, Bryan Adams, Steven Van Zandt, Ingrid Michaelson, Huey Lewis, Buddy Guy, Pete Seeger, Ani DiFranco, Aimee Mann, Joan Osborne, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Grace Potter, Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald and Suzanne Vega; "The Wire" creator David Simon; composer Alan Menken; and fashion icon Isaac Mizrahi.
The New York Times has showcased his humor writing, as have the digital platforms for NBC's "Late Night," HBO's "Last Week Tonight" and Comedy Central's "@midnight." Serico also is the creator-writer of the satirical, social-media- skewering @EveryTweet_Ever, which The Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, Parade, Cracked, Splitsider and Paste Magazine helped make a viral sensation that no topical cream can cure.
Entertainment Weekly, NBC News, Us Weekly, Gawker, SiriusXM, Best Week Ever, Cracked, CollegeHumor, Fox Sports, Decider, and BuffaloBills.com also have cited his exclusive interviews, pointed commentary and original content.
In addition, Serico hosted Pop On The Clock, a fast-paced, irreverent pop-culture podcast featuring entertainment experts and expert entertainers — including the entire cast of USA Network's "Psych."
A Boston College alumnus, Serico scored a Sports Illustrated internship before graduating cum laude with a double-major in English and Communication.
In his spare time, he's performed comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Gotham, and Comic Strip Live in New York City; provided voice-overs for video games, media outlets and other clients; and co-founded the New York City vocal band Unsung Heroes, one of Time Out New York's "Best A Cappella Groups in NYC" to be recruited for four seasons of NBC's "The Sing Off." So, yeah, he's up for karaoke if you are.
A dynamic multimedia journalist, Chris Serico has deconstructed entertainment on national TV, interviewed A-listers from J.J. Abrams to J.K. Rowling, thrived in digital and print, and written commentary highlighted by The New York Times and NBC's "Late Night."
Covering celebrities, red-carpet events, movies, TV, music and comedy, Serico's previous reporting for Circa, TODAY.com, the New York Daily News, Vulture, Esquire, Newsday and The Journal News and Metromix led to televised appearances on TV Guide Network, News12, FiOS1 and RNN. For one or more of those outlets, he has co-hosted a TV-themed podcast; spiked traffic on entertainment blogs; produced and edited lifestyle content; penned weekly sports humor columns; and been honored by the New York Associated Press Association.
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