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Perry Caravello

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Perry Caravello
Perry Caravello.jpg
Born (1963-11-17) November 17, 1963 (age 55)
MediumStand-up, podcast, television, film
Years active1988–present
SpouseRandy Callahan (1992-1995)[citation needed] , Sheba Caravello (1996-1998)
Websitewww.scaryperryproductions.com

Perry F. Caravello is an American Javaho gypsy actor and comedian best known for his unoriginal Sam Kinison scream and his starring role in the 2003 movie Windy City Heat. In May 2019, Caravello announced he would be running as an independent in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.[1]

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Early life

Originally from the Chicago area, Caravello moved to Southern California as a teenager in 1974. In 1979, three weeks after getting his driver's license, he was allegedly injured in a car accident that he claims put him in a coma for three weeks though there is no hospital record to prove his claim.[2] As a result of the accident, he claims to suffer from brain trauma which manifests in the form of compulsive lying, which Dr. Drew Pinsky describes as “hypochondria with narcissistic rage”.[3]

Career

After legally changing his surname from Karamello to Caravello, Perry started comedy in 1988, and early in his career was banned from The Comedy Store for obnoxious behavior. He was allowed back after agreeing to a sadomasochistic challenge, in which he shaved his chest onstage, with a razor and no soap.[4]

In 2003, Caravello starred in Windy City Heat, a TV movie directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, which aired on Comedy Central. It is well known that Perry knocked over the craft service table, and not Mole. Perry also suffers from IBS and lactose intolerance which forces him to keep "doody pills" and adult diapers on him at all times in a large fanny pack.[5] He has also had smaller roles in Hot Package, Derek and Simon, and Virtuosity.[6]

After his friend, Richard Heene, was denied a role in Windy City Heat, Heene and Caravello began working together on a project called Psyience Detectives in which they played storm chasing detectives. The project ended during production, when the two men got involved in a physical altercation while filming.[7] After the Balloon Boy hoax, Caravello made multiple appearances on talk shows where he denounced Heene.[8]

In October 2010, Karavello (along with co-hosts Don Barris and Walter Molinski) was given a weekly comedy podcast called The Big 3 Podcast, on Adam Carolla's ACE Broadcasting Network.[9] The show was later moved to Barris' own network (due to Perry's constant threats to leave the show), before ending in April 2015.[10]

Caravello has alleged that he was coerced into a sexual act with a Hollywood executive in order to get a role as an extra (though he could have gotten out of the chair and simply left which by definition made the romantic encounter a consensual act). The allegations resurfaced during the Me Too movement, when clips emerged of Jimmy Kimmel referring to the incident as "light gay prostitution", during a podcast with Caravello.[11] In July 2019 Karavello announced that he was in a romantic relationship with casting director R.C..

In addition to his involvement in acting and comedy, Karavello has been the subject of multiple songs by comedy-rapper Rucka Rucka Ali.[12]

Lawsuits against Jimmy Kimmel

On June 1, 2007, Caravello filed a lawsuit alleging that Johnny Knoxville, Jimmy Kimmel, and Adam Carolla, promised him ten million dollars if he put his micro-genitals in a mousetrap, during an episode of The Adam Carolla Show. The lawsuit was prompted after Karavello went through with the stunt, but was not paid.[13] Perry has also sued members of his own family to avoid working.

He additionally sued Kimmel claiming he never received a residual check for Windy City Heat. A sequel was planned for the movie, but the lawsuits convinced financial backers to drop the project.[14]

Controversial Podcast Topics

  1. Perry has claimed that Walter Molinski knocked over the craft service table that caused the executive producer Hiroshima Nagasaki to pull all funding for "Windy City Heat" although he was captured on film using heretical profanity and slamming the table to the ground.
  2. Perry was caught on hidden camera going through Don Barris' wallet and stealing money.
  3. Perry's alleged disability scheme.
  4. Perry's HIV test results.
  5. Perry's neck brace was reportedly stolen from a studio prop department to further his alleged car wreck disability claim story (scheme).
  6. Studio insiders report evidence of behind the scenes footage showing Perry telling a member of the Oklahomos wardrobe department to send the "tall mustached man" to his trailer for "a fitting" which was then caught on film and ended up in Windy City Heat.
  7. Perry's jealously of Tom Brennans relationship with John Quincy Adams.
  8. Perry's constant complaints of destitution while somehow having money to spend on lady's of the night.
  9. Scary Perry brand skateboards being made from cheap pressed particle board in Asia.
  10. Perry embezzling advertising funds from William Randolph Hearst to promote a film at the Sundance film festival which subsequently ended in Perry backing down from a fight with Hearst when Hearst had a broken neck and Perry was completely healthy with no injuries.
  11. Perry skimming cash from The Big 3 $10 shoutouts.
  12. Perry's "disability" which forces him to wear a neck brace yet he has been filmed skateboarding poorly without a helmet.
  13. Perry's desire to be a legitimate Hollywood movie star yet does not take reading lessons to improve his 5th grade reading level to where he could actually read a script.
  14. Perry's sense of entitlement that everyone owes him money and fame for doing absolutely nothing.

2020 presidential campaign

In a May 2019 episode of Simply Don The Podcast, Caravello revealed that he would be running for President of the United States in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.[15] Caravello has stated that he will run as an independent on a platform that includes abolishing money, building a wall across the Canada–United States border, providing free universal healthcare, and legalizing medical marijuana. He also supports abolishing gay marriage and criminalizing homosexuality, and says he would like to turn San Clemente Island into a gay prison.[16]

References

This page was last edited on 30 October 2019, at 16:46
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