Burgeoning comedian Theo Von is no stranger to real life.
After formative stints on MTV's Road
Rules and America's Prom Queen he competed on (and blogged
about) Reality Bites Back. His
latest creative venture, Atom.com's "Street Games"
is a series of competitions designed to showcase "totally useless (yet
delightful) human skills."
The other day, we
e-mailed Theo a bunch of questions about his life and he wrote us back…
CC Insider: Reality Bites Back
wasn't your first foray into reality TV. Can you talk about some of your
Theo Von: I was a castmember in
2000 on MTV Road Rules, which was a blast. I made some great friends and got to
ride around America in a camper. Who doesn't want to take a crap at 75 mph everyday? HOORAY AMERICA!
well, i was on Last Comic Standing Season 4 (Fan Favorite). Don't mean to too
my own horn, but BEEP BEEP.
CCI: Did you enjoy Road Rules more or
less than deciding who should be America's Prom Queen?
TV: Road Rules is more fun, because
you get to hook up with underage girls, and not just judge them, like i did on
CCI: Who was the most fun to hang
around with from the Reality Bites Back cast?
TV: Chris Fairbanks is so funny its
ridiculous. Bert Kreisher as well. Mo is sorta funny, but he needs to shave his
back. Donnell Rawlings is fucking funny.
CCI: Do you hang out with Kato Kaelin?
TV: I talk to Kato every so often.
He's on the run i think, so he's hard to get ahold of. He also hosts 'Who dun
it?' Murder mystery dinners around the country, so that makes it really tough
to catch up with him.
CCI: What would it take for you to eat
that much custard again?
TV: I would never eat that much
custard again, even if i was General Custard and the war depended on it.
Well… maybe then i would.
CCI: If you had to sleep with either
Chyna or Luenell, who would it be?
TV: Chyna, i like my women with big
vag's and on pills. I once saw her vagina eat a vicodin, and drink a glass of
CCI: Tell us about the videos you're
making for Atom.
TV: My friend Timmy and i do a show
called STREET GAMES. Its a series of games that we show up and create at
parks/malls/AA meetings around the country. Its random, and funny, but the
competitions are for real.