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Brandon DiCamillo

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Brandon Ralph DiCamillo (born November 15, 1976 in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States) is a founding member of the CKY Crew and has risen to fame through appearances in the CKY video series and MTV’s Jackass and Viva la Bam shows. DiCamillo is a comedic voice talent and is particularly known for his freestyle raps, (especially his “Chinese Freestyle” from CKY2K), silly characters and prank phone calls. He played Falcone and various other characters in Bam Margera’s film Haggard. He is referred to as “Dico”, “Deek”, “D-Cup” and “Bran” on Viva La Bam, and Radio Bam. DiCamillo is credited with the idea of “Shopping Carts” and many other trademark stunts from Jackass and the CKY videos.

DiCamillo is a compulsive video gamer and a suspected aviophobe. On Viva La Bam, he frequently complains about the gang’s trips disrupting his gaming. At one point he refused to go to Mexico with the gang, claiming: “All the video games there suck. What am I going to play, Utre Combat? El Street Fight Grande?”. He also got off a plane headed for the Mall of America complaining the mall would be “Mortal Kombat-less”. He also said that the reason he didn’t want to go to Brazil with Bam and the crew is that he never picks Blanka from Street Fighter so he refused to go there. In the cast commentary on the Jackass: The Movie DVD, Bam Margera explains that DiCamillo was featured so little in the movie because he hates to fly and doesn’t really enjoy leaving his house at all.

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