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Drake
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Born Aubrey Drake Graham
(1986-10-24) October 24, 1986 (age 29)
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  • Rapper
  • singer
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  • record producer
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Drake is known for his soft melody and emotional lyrics. Most of his songs contain R&B and elements, and he combines rapping with singing. His work has earned him a , three , six , and set several significant charts records. Drake has the most number-one singles on the Billboard chart with 12 and with 14. He is one of two artists (the other being ) to have simultaneously occupied the top three positions on both charts. All of Drake's commercial albums and mixtapes are in Canada. He along with producer formed a record label named in early 2012. He produces records under the Champagne Papi. Drake is a member of the , which ranks Hip Hop's Wealthiest Artists; listed fifth, he follows rappers , , , and . He is currently the global ambassador for the , his hometown .

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Is aubrey graham dating anyone 2015 Early life Drake (rapper) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

, where Drake attended high school.

Aubrey Drake Graham was born on October 24, 1986, in Toronto, Ontario to parents Sandi Graham (née Sher), an educator, and Dennis Graham, a drummer who worked with . On his father's side, he is related to American musicians and , who are his uncles. Drake's father is an from , and Drake's mother is a . He attended a and had a . His parents divorced when he was five years old, and he was raised by his mother in two Toronto neighbourhoods; he lived on in the city's working-class west end, until the sixth grade, when he moved to the affluent . In his youth, he played with the Red Wings. Drake has commented on the move to Forest Hill and his mother's struggle, saying that "She wanted the best for her family. She found us a half of a house we could live in. The other people had the top half, we had the bottom half. I lived in the basement, my mom lived on the first floor. It was not big, it was not luxurious. It was what we could afford." Drake then began attending , where he began acting, but did not graduate. It was the first of two high schools he attended; he later went to , describing it as "not by any means the easiest school to go to. It's a tough school." Despite dropping out of high school, years later, he graduated in October 2012.

In his early life, Drake lived in two different set of circumstances because of his parents' divorce; he lived in an upper-class part of Toronto, and, when in Memphis, was told[] he was "the furthest thing from hood." He witnessed his father's arrest, which he describes by saying: "The fact that I didn't have a father, because he was in jail two separate times. He did a two-year bid and a three-year bid, I was there when he got taken down. We had just gotten back from Memphis." However, Drake comments on his childhood experiences by saying "I've seen things that didn't make me happy. They were character building. That's why I think people in the hood can still connect with what I'm saying even though I'm not saying 'yeah I got crack in my pocket' 'cause that wasn't my struggle necessarily, [but] I speak from a place that's just human emotion." Drake stated that his parents' divorce greatly affected him as a person, saying, "I had to become a man very quickly and be the backbone for a woman who I love with all my heart, my mother." At the age of 24, Drake commented on his early life by saying "I've seen a lot, man. I've seen a lot of life, put it that way. I've been with the most blessed kids in the world. I've been with people whose life is right at the bottom of the barrel. I was on a TV show, I went to art school, I went to hood schools. I've lived. I've lived a full 24 years, man."

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2001–05: Degrassi: The Next Generation

At the age of 15, Drake met an agent, the father of a high school friend. The agent found Drake a role on the Canadian TV show as . In the show, Brooks is a basketball star who became physically disabled after he was shot by a classmate. Drake describes how his early acting career affected his family, "My mother was very sick. We were very poor, like broke. The only money I had coming in was off of Canadian TV, which isn't that much money when you break it down. A season of Canadian television is under a teacher's salary, I'll tell you that much. It's definitely not something to go fucking get." He would continue his acting career on Degrassi: The Next Generation until 2009, when his character graduated from Degrassi. Overall, he appeared in a total of 138 episodes.[]

2006–09: Mixtapes and So Far Gone

In 2006, Drake his first mixtape . The features artists and . He described it as "pretty straightforward, radio friendly, not much content to it." In a TeenNick interview from that time, he cited his influences as rappers , , , and singers and . In 2007, he released another mixtape, , spawning a single and a music video for "Replacement Girl" featuring . Also in 2007, Drake became the first unsigned Canadian rapper to have his music video featured on when his first single, "Replacement Girl" was featured as the "New Joint of the Day" on April 30, 2007. It also contained a freestyle over a song with , a remix of "Man of the Year" originally by and . In 2008, Lil Wayne was given some of Drake's music from founder, 's son, Jas Prince, and he immediately called Drake to invite him to fly to and tour with him. Drake and Wayne recorded a couple of songs during this time, including "Ransom", the original version of "I Want This Forever", and the remix to Drake's song, "Brand New". Though now part of Lil Wayne's crew, Young Money, Drake was not signed. On February 13, 2009, Drake released his third official mixtape, , for free download on his blog site, which included Drake's mentor Lil Wayne, , , and his friend, Trey Songz. It received over 2,000 downloads in the first 2 hours of release. It was extremely successful in the underground and eventually made its way to radio. Due to the success of the mixtape's two singles, "" and "", it was released as an featuring only five songs from the mix tape and one new song. MTV named it "The Hottest Mixtape of 2009 (So Far)". Since So Far Gone, Drake worked with , , , , , , , , , , , and . Drake has also written for , and . So Far Gone is credited as being his commercial and critical breakthrough as it was much more critically acclaimed and commercially successful than his previous two releases.[]

He achieved success before signing to a major record label, according to his management . In June 2009, it was revealed that an unauthorized album entitled The Girls Love Drake and credited to Drake was up for sale on iTunes. A lawsuit was planned against the label. On the Billboard chart of July 4, 2009, both "", and "" by Young Money Entertainment entered the top ten at positions 3 and 10 respectively. Drake is only the second artist to have his first two top-ten entries in the same week. The first was fellow Canadian who entered the top ten in 2001 with "" the same week as 's "", a of which included a credited contribution from Furtado. On June 29, 2009, it was confirmed, that Drake signed a record deal with . This followed what Billboard purported to be "one of the biggest bidding wars ever". Drake toured with Wayne and other rap artists on the America's Most Wanted Tour. On July 31, 2009, Drake, who was performing on an already injured knee, fell on stage while performing "Best I Ever Had", with Lil Wayne in . Drake underwent surgery on September 8, 2009 for a torn in his knee. He underwent rehabilitation and was soon able to walk. On September 15, 2009, So Far Gone was released as a seven-track EP in which five of the tracks were from the original mixtape. It debuted at No. 6 on the . Since then the album was certified gold by the with over 500,000 copies sold in the United States. On April 18, 2010, the album won Rap Recording of the Year at the .

2010–11: Thank Me Later

Drake performing at the in 2010

Drake planned to release his official debut album, , in late 2008, but the album's release date was postponed, first to March 2010, then May 25, 2010. Universal Motown then stated the album had been pushed back three weeks for a June 15, 2010, release. Thank Me Later was finally released on June 15, 2010. On that day, 25,000 fans gathered at New York's South Street Seaport for a free concert by Drake and Hanson. A near-riot ensued after police cancelled the show due to overflowing crowds. The week of the album's release, the album sold 447,000 copies and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Due to his first week sales, Drake had sold the most records for any hip hop artist in one week in 2010. Eminem surpassed that accomplishment . The album has collaborations with the likes of , and Lil Wayne while forgoing planned duets with and . On March 9, 2010, Drake released the first single from his Thank Me Later album, titled "". The song was well-received and performed well both commercially and critically. The song reached a peak of No. 14 on the and topped the Billboard chart. The song also received a nomination for at the . On March 12, 2010, a version of 's "" recorded by a collective of Canadian musicians known as was released. Drake is featured in the song, performing a solo verse near the end of the song. In June 2010, it was announced that Drake would have a prominent role in the video game . He was scheduled to play the part of Jace Stratton, but a scheduling conflict meant it went to someone else. On April 29, 2010, it was announced that Drake had finished Thank Me Later. According to reports, Drake announced the completion of the album during his April 26, 2010, show at the University of Missouri in Kansas City.[]

"Find Your Love" was released as the second single on May 5, 2010. Critics commended Drake's move toward more singing in the song, and compared it to 's work on . The single became the most successful single from the album, peaking at number 5 on the Hot 100 and receiving a by the . "Find Your Love" also performed well internationally and was Drake's first top 40 appearance in the United Kingdom and Italy. To date it also remains Drake's only solo top 10 appearance in his home country of Canada. The music video for the single was shot in and tells the story of Drake being involved in an encounter with a gang-affiliated woman. The video was criticized by 's minister of tourism, who said "care has to be taken by all, including our creative artists, in portraying images of our destination and people, Gun culture, while not unique to Jamaica, is not enhancing [the island's image]" The third single from the album, "", featuring Lil Wayne, was released on June 1, 2010. The single proved to be moderately successful, and reached No. 15 on the Hot 100. The fourth and final single released from the album was "". The song was performed at the in 2010 with appearances by and in the performance. The song proved to be his least successful single of the era, peaking at No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100. However, it managed to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Rap Songs chart and received a nomination at the 53rd Grammy Awards for Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group. Drake hosted the first annual OVO (October's Very Own) Festival. In that festival he brought out the VIP list of rap stars including Jay Z, Eminem, , , and . Drake kicked off his "Lights Dreams and Nightmares Tour" on September 20, 2010 in Miami, Florida. The tour travelled to major cities in the United States, winding down on November 6 in Las Vegas.

Drake performing on his in support of his second studio album .

2011–12: Take Care

Drake's second studio album, , was announced on November 17, 2010. It was originally scheduled to be released on October 24, 2011, though it was later delayed to November 15, 2011. In late January 2011, Indiewire announced that Drake was in negotiations to join Eva Green and Susan Sarandon in the cast of 's forthcoming feature-film Arbitrage. In April 2011, it was announced that he would no longer star in the movie to focus on the album. "Dreams Money Can Buy" and "" were released on Drake's October's Very Own Blog on May 20 and June 9, respectively. The former was not featured on the official tracklisting, while the latter was released as a promotional single through on July 22 after it gained considerable airplay on . The song was certified by the RIAA, peaked at number 21 on the , and reached the top 10 of the chart. On June 28, the music video for "Marvins Room" was released, featuring him feeling depressed in a club.

"" was released as Take Care's lead single on August 9, 2011. It was met with positive critical and commercial responses, reaching number 13 on the Hot 100 and was eventually certified in the United States and Canada. The song also became his tenth single to reach the summit of the Billboard chart, which led him to be the artist with the most number one singles on the chart, a record that he still presently holds with 12 number one singles. The music video for the single was released on October 2, 2011, depicting Drake rapping in various locations around Toronto such as and . He performed "Headlines" on ice during the second intermission of the All Star Game in his home country of Canada in January 2012.

Drake performing at 's "The Come Up Show" Concert in 2011

"" was released as the second single from the album on October 16, 2011, and features Trinidadian rapper . The single was commercially successful, reaching a peak position of number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. It ties the record for largest jump on the Billboard Hot 100 for a male artist (with Akon's ""), when the song vaulted from number 97 to number 9 in an 88 position jump. The song also reached the peak of both the Billboard Rap Songs chart and the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, marking Drake's eleventh and eighth number ones on both charts respectively. "Make Me Proud" became Drake's fourth consecutive single to receive a Platinum certification by the RIAA.

"" was released as Take Care's third single on November 29, 2011, and features American rapper . It peaked at number 14 on the Hot 100 and topped the Rap and R&B/Hip-Hop songs charts, further extending his lead for most number one singles on the rap chart and matching a record set by fellow rapper , for most chart-topping singles on Billboard for a Rap artist. It is credited for popularizing the phrase "" in the United States, with the song's hook stating, "You only live once: that's the motto, nigga, YOLO." The song's music video was released on February 10, 2012, and features appearances by fellow rapper , , and .

The album's was released as the fourth single on February 21, 2012, and features Barbadian recording artist . The song became his first top 10 single in Australia, Denmark, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. The single was certified 2× Platinum in the United States for sales of over 2,000,000 units, being the second single after "The Motto" to do so. The music video for the single was released after many delays on April 6, 2012, simultaneously with the music video for the fifth single "". The video for "Take Care" depicts various scenes of both Drake and Rihanna embracing along with various scenes of natural landscapes and wildlife. Critically, the video was praised, with MTV stating, "None of his contemporaries — not even the ever-obtuse Kanye [West] - make videos like this, mostly because no one else can get away with it." The music video received four nominations at the for , , , and . The fifth single from Take Care, "" was released on April 24, 2012 and was the least successful single from the album, peaking at No. 62 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was certified Gold by the , indicating sales of over half a million units. The video for the song won the . In December 2012, named "HYFR" one of the top 40 songs of 2012. In 2012, also ranked Drake as No. 2 on the MTV's Hottest MCs in the Game VII list in 2011. In 2012, he also featured as a voice actor in as the mammoth Ethan.

2012–15: OVO Sound, Nothing Was the Same and other releases

Drake and producer formed a record label named in early 2012. Drake and 40 represented OVO (October's Very Own) since his previous mixtapes were released. The label is currently distributed by . The label signed its first artist who goes by and also signed producers , , and Mike Zombie. In the event, the previously unissued "Enough Said" by featuring verses added by Drake was released instead on the day of the concert. While touring in the UK in support of Take Care, Drake announced in an interview that he had begun work on his third studio album. He had recently worked with 40, and was hoping to work with Jamie xx, who produced the title track for Take Care, while in the UK, stating that he wants him to "have a bigger presence on my third record". Drake has stated that the album will have a different style than that of Take Care. With the OVO Sound label, features with acts like Roy Woods and Majid Jordan collabed with Drake. Along with underground artist like and .

In January 2013, Drake was seen filming the music video for a new song titled "" and was being directed by . Drake later announced that he will release the song as the first single off his third studio album on the night of the . The single was instead premiered on February 1, 2013 and released to iTunes five days later. At the , he won the award for for Take Care and announced his third studio album would be titled . Many rappers such as have remixed the song. In March 2013 he would premiere a song off the album titled "5 AM in Toronto", a sequel to the Thank Me Later track "9 AM in Dallas". Later in the month he would film a music video for the song and it would be released on April 1, 2013. Drake also would release two more songs on April 15, 2013. On September 14, 2013, Drake performed an unreleased song from his upcoming album Nothing Was the Same, titled "Too Much", featuring London singer on . He also announced that his "" tour will begin in October 2013.

Drake made his hosting debut on January 19, 2014; also serving as the musical guest. The episode received acclaim from critics who praised Drake's acting ability and comedic timing. Drake will host and perform again on May 14, 2016.

Nothing Was the Same is a shortlisted nominee for the . Drake collaborated with bachata singer on his song On February 12, 2015, Drake released onto iTunes, with no prior announcement, making it his fourth retail project with . As of August 11, 2015, the If You're Reading This It's Too Late mixtape had sold over 1 million copies, making Drake the first artist with a platinum album in 2015. It also marks the rapper's fourth platinum album.

In July 2015, rapper dissed Drake on Twitter, calling him out for not tweeting his album out. On July 25, 2015, Drake premiered a track, titled "Charged Up" that is seen as a response to Meek Mill's allegations. On July 28, 2015, Drake dropped yet another diss track about Meek Mill called "" in which he addressed ghostwriting accusations, among other topics. The lyrics of "Back to Back" went viral, especially the phrases "Trigger fingers turn to fingers" (calling Meek out for hiding behind Twitter) and "Is that a world tour or tour?" (calling Meek out for being overshadowed by his girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, while on tour). Meek Mill responded to Drake's diss with a track of his own titled "Wanna Know", in which he poked fun at some of his rival's embarrassing moments in the public eye, as well as revealing the ghostwritten verse Drake sampled for his song "Know Yourself". released multiple audio recordings of reference tracks featuring Quentin Miller performing the soon-to-be Drake songs, "", "Used To" and his guest verse on "R.I.C.O."

On September 20, 2015, Drake released a joint-mixtape with Atlanta rapper , . The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, marking the first time a rapper was able to score two number 1's in a year in 11 years, since Jay Z back in 2004. As of January 27, 2016, What a Time to Be Alive has sold 519,000 copies in the United States. The same month, Drake appeared on 100th issue, and was interviewed by along with Noah "40" Shebib.

As of 2016, Drake has three consecutive platinum albums and the most number one singles in the Billboard Rap chart history. At times even a mild association with his "brand" has helped to promote events and the careers of his fellow artists.

2016: Views

On January 30, 2016, Drake released a called "", to promote his upcoming fourth studio album . The album was originally titled Views from the 6, but it was renamed to simply Views. The single debuted at number 6 on the , and contains several lines which reference the likes of , , and . In addition, the song also throws a jab at rival and allegedly, fellow Toronto native . On April 5, 2016, Drake released two leading singles from Views and , which debuted within the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100. During Episode 19 of Radio, Drake had announced that Views would be released on April 29, 2016. Drake later the confirmed the release date himself with a tweet and promotional video. In 2016, Drake became a member of the , which ranks Hip Hop's Wealthiest Artists; listed fifth, he follows rappers , , , and .

Views premiered on 's OVO Sound Radio on April 28, 2016, following an interview with Beats 1 host , and was released the same night exclusively on Apple Music and iTunes.

Is aubrey graham dating anyone 2015 Artistry Drake (rapper) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rapping and singing

Drake performing for his in promotion for his second studio album .

Drake is known for his soft melody, emotionally sophisticated lyricism, technical ability, and integration of personal backstory. Most of his songs contain and elements, and he combines rapping with singing. He credits his father with the introduction of singing into his rap mixtapes, which have become a staple in his musical repertoire. His incorporation of melody into technically complex lyrics was supported by his mentor Lil Wayne and has subsequently been a critically acclaimed component to Drake's singles and albums. His rapping ability has been noted as "", and has contributed to him being named one of the most divisive rappers of his generation by multiple critics and media publications. R&B singer commented on Drake's singing, stating that it was one of his most powerful tools to differentiate himself from other Hip Hop artists. The sentiment was reiterated by prominent members of the music industry such as rapper , singer , rapper , comedian , and R&B singer . His vocal abilities have been critically acclaimed for an audible contrast between typical hip-hop beats and melody with sometimes abrasive rapping coupled with softer accents delivered on technical lyricism.

Themes and lyricism

The lyrical content that Drake is most known for is considered to be emotional or boastful However, Drake is often revered for incorporating degrading themes of money, drug use, and women into new contexts. He does this through his augmentation of the typical meaning of phrases in which he combines an objective and subjective perspective into one vocal delivery. His songs often maintain tension between "pause and , , and and ." Drake is credited with innovating what has been referred to as "hyper-reality rap" which is characterized by its focus on themes of celebrity as distinct from the "real world." Drake has stated that he has been heavily influenced by , , , and .

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His cultural references over the start of career have moved from simply referencing events to creating terms and phrases widely accepted by other musical artists across genres, and the general public. He is credited for popularizing the phrase "" in the United States, with his single, "" stating: "You only live once: that's the motto, nigga, YOLO." The term has been widely adopted by the general public used to advocate for , it has been used to name restaurants, albums, and countless of other popular culture institutions. Drake began referring to his hometown of as "The Six" in early 2015, and has subsequently popularized the term to reference to town.

His release of the music video for "", went viral due to Drake's artistic choices in singing and dancing. The video has been , , and was heavily commented on due to Drake's emotional side on the track as well as its production, while others were critical of its lyrical content, considering it sexist. It subsequently gained popularity on and spawned several parodies of it.

His public image began to become established with his portrayal of as , in , in which he was viewed as "freshmen uncool." Through artistic reinvention and musical compulsion his public image was changed to portray a highly technical rapper capable of showing his softer side while remaining versatile in his artistry. Drake made his most notable debut into Hip Hop, with , which introduced his emotional side and showcased his integration of public relationships with public figures in his music. Due to the high emotional value of his songs, his lyrics have been widely used on social media to as captions to photos or to reference emotions or personal situations.

Drake made his hosting debut on January 19, 2014; also serving as the musical guest. The episode received acclaim from critics who praised Drake's acting ability and comedic timing. On May 14, 2016 Drake hosted for the second time and served as the musical guest.

Fashion

Drake's fashion choices have also been widely covered on media platforms for their style, expensiveness, and product placement. Drake collaborated with , to produce a clothing line in conjunction with his own fashion label, . Drake has been critiqued for his attire in his music videos and noted for his wearing of expensive clothing as exampled in his video, in which he wore a $1,500 , a $400 , and a pair of limited edition 6" Classic Boots. His fashion choices in general also have been critiqued for their style. At award ceremonies, he has been sponsored by several fashion houses, and has been seen wearing custom made , , , , , , and . He is an avid wearer of sweaters often wearing them on tour, at basketball games, in interviews and in general; it was reported that he had over 1,000 sweaters in his possession.

Is aubrey graham dating anyone 2015 Controversies Drake (rapper) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 2012, an ex-girlfriend sued Drake for using her voice without permission in his song "". In 2014, Drake was charged $300,000 for sampling a 1982 song called "Jimmy Smith Rap", on one of his songs for not properly licensing it. Later that year, Drake was again sued for $100,000 by rapper for misusing his lyrics on the song "".

Drake held a widely covered feud with rapper which contested , Mill's relationship with , and their respective cities with respect to their NBA teams performance.

Rapper began a brief feud with Drake featuring commentary on his single, "Exodus 23:1" that disparaged Drake's connection to 's . Both rappers replied to the commentary in live shows ending the feud.

released a song titled "", which included lyrics critical of Drake given a recent MTV publicity stunt where Drake imitated . Drake responded to the criticism with his single "", ending the feud.

Drake and were allegedly involved in a physical altercation in June 2012, when Drake and his entourage threw glass bottles at Brown in a nightclub in , New York City. Chris Brown tweeted about the incident and released a record criticizing Drake weeks later. However, Brown and Drake both appeared in a comedic skit for the 2014 Awards, and rehearsed the skit together prior to the televised airing.

called Drake "fake" in an interview and said he "doesn't like him as a person". Drake later then responded to him on his mixtape and criticized his relationship with the then underage .

Is aubrey graham dating anyone 2015 Toronto Raptors Drake (rapper) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

On September 30, 2013, Drake was announced as the new "global ambassador" for the , thereby joining the executive committee of his hometown's (NBA) team, in conjunction with the announcement of the being awarded to the in Toronto. In this role, he will help promote and serve as a host of festivities for the 2016 NBA All-Star Game, to be held in Toronto, as well as provide consulting services to rebrand the team and redesign its image and clothing line, in honour of its upcoming 20th anniversary, in the 2014–15 season. The job includes his own staff, located in an office next to that of CEO . In announcing the position, Drake noted that, "obviously, I won't be able to be in the building every day but I am extremely dedicated to it ... I do take it very seriously as a new job and a new chapter in my life." During the 2013–14 season Drake along with the Toronto Raptors organization began hosting "Drake Nights" which started January 11, 2014. On February 12, 2016, at the in his home town of Toronto, Drake was given by mayor .

Is aubrey graham dating anyone 2015 Discography Drake (rapper) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Main article:
Studio albums
  • (2010)
  • (2011)
  • (2013)
  • (2016)
Commercial mixtapes
  • (2015)
  • (with ) (2015)

Is aubrey graham dating anyone 2015 Concert tours Drake (rapper) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Headlining
  • (2010)
  • (2012)
  • (2013–14)
  • Jungle Tour (2015; six date promotional tour)
Co-headlining
  • America's Most Wanted Tour (with Young Money) (2009)
  • (with ) (2014)
  • (with ) (2016)

Is aubrey graham dating anyone 2015 Filmography Drake (rapper) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Film
Year Film Role Notes
2008 A/V Jones
2008 Chet Walters Short film
2011 Himself Cameo
2012 Ethan Voice
2013 Ron Burgundy fan Cameo
2014 Himself Cameo
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Joey Tamarin Episode: "Out-of-Towners: Part 1"
2001–2009 Jimmy Brooks 139 episodes
2002 Fredrick Episode: "From Dreams to Nightmares"
2002 Conviction Teen Fish Television movie
2005 Best Friend's Date Dater Episode: "Season Finale"
2005 Himself Episode: "Personality Crisis"
2008 PFC Gordon Harvey Episode: "Stop Loss"
2009 Ken Episode: "What I Am Is What I Am"
2009 Ken Episode: "An Outing with Sophie"
2009 Himself Episode: "One 'Elle' of a Party"
2011 Himself (musical guest) Episode: "/Drake"(Season 37, Episode 4)
2012 Himself Episode: "Ashton Kutcher"
2014 Himself (host/musical guest) Episode: "Drake" (Season 39, Episode 11)
2016 Himself (host/musical guest) Episode: "Drake" (Season 41, Episode 20)

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