Michael Ian Black talks about My Custom Van. As star and co-creator of the TV show The State and a regular on VH1's I Love the 80s series, Black has earned a stellar reputation for his sardonic, straight-faced humor. This is his debut collection of hilariously irreverent essays. Black is an occasional contributor to the online edition of McSweeney's- Book Passage
Michael Ian Black
Michael Ian Black is a multi-talented actor, writer, comedian and director.
Most recently, he's become a filmmaker, writing and directing "Wedding Daze" starring Jason Biggs and Isla Fisher.
He also wrote Run, Fatboy, Run, starring Simon Pegg and Thandie Newton under the direction of David Schwimmer.
Along with David Wain and Michael Showalter, Black created, starred in and co-wrote the Comedy Central series, "Stella." He's one of the lead commentators on VH1's "I Love the..." series, and his writings on contemporary culture have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Wired, Filter Magazine, CMJ Magazine and McSweeney's online.
Comedian and New York Times Best Selling author Michael Ian Black discusses his feud with controversial blogger Tucker Max which he instigated, after successfully starting a feud with David Sedaris for publicity.
After planning a duel at Chuck E Cheese, Max threatens to walk to San Diego for the fistfight.