Boston’s Gary Marino is a media personality, comedic performer, published author, award winning film-maker and live show producer. He has appeared regularly on ABC’s “Live With Regis & Kelly”, Fox News and over 300 radio stations across the country. Gary wrote the 2006 Subway Super bowl Ad “The Love Birds”. As a comedic performer Marino has performed stand up at The Comedy Store, Laugh Boston, Off The Hook in Naples Fl., The Balboa Bay Club in L.A., Showcase Live at Gillette Stadium, Bridge St Live in Conn. as well as 5 star resorts such as The Cliff House Maine, Chatham Bars Inn, The Sea Crest Resort and the Newport Beach Golf Club. Marino has opened for acclaimed PBS humorist Loretta LaRoche and SNL “Weekend Update” writer Mark Riccadonna. When not performing solo Marino can be found playing drums, singing and performing stand-up with his comedy band WORLD GONE CRAZY! which has been touring New England since 2011. In the summer of 2016 Marino and the band also had a weekly comedy cruise residency aboard the Music City Queen in Boston Harbor . Their debut CD “Anything Worth Doing Is Worth Overdoing!” is available on Itunes and benefits The Jimmy Fund. Gary’s 2008 documentary “Million Calorie March: The Movie” won the prestigious International Freddie Award where he received congratulations live via satellite from U2’s Bono and his book “Big & Tall Chronicles” was published and distributed nationally by Barnes & Noble Book stores. Marino got his start in the late 80's and early 90's in radio at KISS 108FM in Boston and today guest hosts morning shows for stations such as WROR & Northshore 105.7 FM.