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Brandon DiCamillo

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Years active  1995–present
Name  Brandon DiCamillo

Role  Actor
Music group  Gnarkill
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Born  November 15, 1976 (age 39) (1976-11-15) West Chester, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Occupation  Actor, screenwriter, producer, stunt performer
Albums  GnarKill vs. Unkle Matt and the ShitBirdz, Pizza Pasta Pizzelle 2, Gnarkill, Pizza Pasta Pizzelle 1, Mustard Man
Movies and TV shows  Jackass, Viva La Bam, Haggard: The Movie, CKy: The Latest & Greatest, Landspeed: CKY
Similar People  Chris Raab, Rake Yohn, Jess Margera, Bam Margera, Phil Margera

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Brandon Ralph "Dico" DiCamillo (born November 15, 1976) is an American actor, stunt performer, screenwriter, producer, and gamer. He was a founding member of the CKY Crew and rose to fame through appearances in the CKY video series and MTV's Jackass, Viva La Bam and Bam's Unholy Union.


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DiCamillo is the comedic voice talent and vocalist with the band Gnarkill. DiCamillo is also known by some for his prank calls and freestyle raps, some of which can be viewed in the CKY movies, on the CKY Vol. 2 CD, and on the Otimen Recording Hell CD produced by Bam Margera.

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DiCamillo was cast with other members of the CKY crew to the MTV series, Jackass, appearing in the series and their movies (having an uncredited role in Jackass 3D, the latest in the film series). When the Jackass series ended in 2002, DiCamillo was featured in Bam Margera's film Haggard: The Movie. DiCamillo then starred in Margera's Viva La Bam show, which ran from 2003 to 2005, and airing a special in 2006. DiCamillo then co-starred in his own show with Rake Yohn called Blastazoid, which only lasted two episodes until MTV cancelled the show due to dispute between MTV and the makers of the show. DiCamillo then appeared in Bam Margera's Bam's Unholy Union series. In 2008, DiCamillo starred in Chris Raab's short film, Hotdog Casserole. In 2009, DiCamillo starred in Bam Margera's Minghags.


DiCamillo also released prank phone call recordings. In 2001, he released a collection of calls titled Otimen Recording Hell! (A.K.A. Bran's Freestyles). In 2010, DiCamillo released four more prank call collections, under the name Gnarkall, via digital download through his own record label, Roman Sausage. The first three volumes are available on iTunes with the fourth an exclusive to CD Baby. The fourth volume includes all the tracks from the first three volumes, as well as thirty extra minutes of prank calls. In February 2011, DiCamillo announced that he is planning to release some freestyle raps in the near future. He made a cameo appearance as John Madden in the Mega64 "Mega64: Madden Rap 2012" YouTube video. Additionally, DiCamillo has also provided voice overs for the Xbox Live Arcade game Trials HD and its sequel Trials Evolution.

In 2017, DiCamillo started the Attic Aficionados Podcast with Tom Barbalet.

World Record

In September 2008, DiCamillo achieved a world record in Arcade Mortal Kombat. The event was held at Challenge Arcade in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania and was attended by approximately two dozen event participants, as well as Mark Alpiger (representing and Chief Referee Dave Nelson (representing Dicamillo's final score was 10,226,500, which beat the previous record holder, David Nelson's score of 7,691,000. In 2009, Dicamillo's world record was beaten by Isaiah-TriForce Johnson, with a score of 24,821,500. Dicamillo has now dropped to 3rd place.

Personal life

He previously worked for Neiman-Marcus, and is the co-writer with Bam Margera for the CKY videos and Haggard. He dislikes Hollywood work, and has said that the CKY work for MTV was sometimes "too corporate."

DiCamillo married his girlfriend of 11 years in October 2014.



  • Jackass (2000–2002, 21 episodes) – Himself
  • Viva La Bam (2003–2006, 41 episodes) – Himself
  • Blastazoid (2006, 2 episodes) – Himself
  • Bam's Unholy Union (2007, 5 episodes) – Himself
  • Films

  • Jackass: The Movie (2002) – Himself
  • Haggard: The Movie (2003) – Falcone, minor characters
  • Jackass: Number Two (2006) – Himself
  • Jackass 2.5 (2007) – Himself
  • The Wrestler (2008) – Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Hotdog Casserole (2008) – Glen Butler, minor characters
  • Minghags (2009) – Ponce, Hook Bar Hessian, Rut Ru
  • The Vampires of Zanzibar (2010) – Lord Weasel Titties
  • Cattle Bag (2012)
  • Borrowed Happiness (2014)
  • Other

  • Jump Off a Building (1998) – Himself
  • CKY video series: CKY, CKY2K, CKY3, and CKY4: The Latest & Greatest (1999–2003) – Himself
  • Destroying America (2001) – Himself
  • Viva La Bands: Volume 1 and Volume 2 (2005–2007) – Himself
  • Bamimation (2008) – Himself
  • Cattle Bag (2010) – Himself
  • MADDEN RAP 2012 (2012) - John Madden
  • Discography

  • CKY Vol. 2 (1999)
  • Otimen Recording Hell! (A.K.A. Bran's Freestyles) (2001)
  • Gnarkill (2002)
  • Gnarkill vs. Unkle Matt and the ShitBirdz (2006)
  • "Gnarkill III" (2008)
  • Gnarkill Prank Calls, Vol. 1 (2010)
  • Gnarkill Prank Calls, Vol. 2 Assault on Call Waiting (2010)
  • Gnarkill Prank Calls, Vol. 3 Spring Time Cootchie (2010)
  • Gnarkill Prank Calls, Vol. 4 Pleasures Treasures (2010)
  • Brandon Dicamillo, Pizza Pasta Pizzelle 1 (2012)
  • Brandon Dicamillo, Pizza Pasta Pizzelle 2 (2012)
  • References

    Brandon DiCamillo Wikipedia