Since 1980 Dryden and his stand-up comedy partner Jamie Alcroft have performed as the comedy duo "Mack & Jamie," appearing on "The Tonight Show" with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno, 125 episodes of their own syndicated TV show, "Comedy Break with Mack & Jamie," and on many other comedy and variety shows. The two played bumbling FBI agents in Dino deLaurentis' "Million Dollar Mystery," which still airs often on HBO and other cable networks. The duo still performs their unique brand of comedy at corporate and association meetings across the country and abroad.
Dryden played bartender Scotty McBride on the ABC Western series "Paradise," starring Lee Horsley, and has appeared in numerous guest-starring roles on TV series ranging from "J.A.G." to "Saved By the Bell." He has a supporting role in "Landers," a feature-film thriller due for release in the spring of 2000, and recently appeared in "Simpatico" with Nick Nolte.
For a dozen years he has written and voiced comedy sketches for L.A.-based Premiere Radio Networks, which sends his work to more than 500 stations nationwide every week.
A former cartoonist, Dryden illustrated "Remember When Safe Sex Meant All the Car Doors Were Locked?" (Longstreet Press), a book of humor he co-wrote with Alcroft in 1999.
Dryden was born and educated in Mississippi, and is a former newspaper reporter and illustrator. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.
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