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Zane Lamprey

Zane Lamprey

Who is Zane Lamprey?

Zane Lamprey is an American television and film producer, editor, actor, comedian, and writer. Zane Lamprey in his career worked on projects for Comedy Central, VH1, and Nickelodeon.

Zane also appeared on MTV’s Damage Control. Simultaneously, he hosted the VH1 reality show Motormouth.

Mutineer Magazine published an extensive interview with Zane in February/March 2009, highlighting his thoughts on fine beverages as well as the evolution of Three Sheets.

Following the success of Three Sheets, Zane launched Drinking Made Easy, a similar drinking and traveling show. The latter concentrated on American bars and beverages.

The show aired on AXS TV for three seasons and 62 episodes until 2013. Following the conclusion of the Drinking Made Easy Show, Zane and his devoted fans collaborated to create Chug, a new crowd-funded travel and drinking show.

They raised $591,804 and produced six hour-long episodes, which were scheduled to be released in 2014.

Zane Lamprey- Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Zane Lamprey was born on April 2, 1972, in Syracuse, New York, United States of America. Zane is fifty years old.

He was born and raised in Syracuse by his parents. The comedian went to SUNY Cortland and majored in fine arts with a minor in theatre. However, there is no information about Zane’s parents or siblings at this time.

Net Worth of Zane Lamprey? Salary, Earning

Zane Lamprey’s net worth is estimated to be $1,476,825.

Relationship, Married Life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Zane Lamprey was previously married to Jennifer Roa, his ex-wife.

The couple married in 2006 but divorced in 2008. He married his current wife Melissa Schilling Lamprey in 2012.

Body Measurement- Height Weight, Hair Color

Zane Lamprey is a man of above-average stature. Zane is 5 feet 11 inches tall ( Approx 1.8m).

Zane Lamprey- Professional Career

Three Sheets, an international travelogue/pub crawl series that aired on MOJO HD, was his first television project.

The show’s format involved Zane traveling abroad to learn about the origins of regional drinks as well as their drinking customs.

MOJO HD ceased operations and went off the air on December 1, 2008. Zane then worked to locate a network to pick up Three Sheets.

A number of networks, including the MOJO HD network’s successor, Screaming Flea Productions, were approached about purchasing the series.

On December 16, 2008, the comedian held a rally to raise awareness of Three Sheets in the hopes of attracting interest from other networks.

The rally, which drew about 400 people, was held in Los Angeles, California. A second relly was held in New York City on December 18, 2008, attracting approximately 700 people.

The chairman of HDNet, Mark Cuban, was in attendance at the New York rally and expressed interest in acquiring the show.

On May 2, 2009, Zane announced that the Fine Living Network (FLN) had purchased Three Sheets.

Zane Lamprey
Zane Lamprey as a comedian. Source; brewpublic

The show was supposed to premiere on FLN on Friday, May 29, 2009, at 11:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.

However, the deal was delayed, causing the premiere of the first two episodes of the nineteen-episode season to be pushed back to June 5, 2009.

On June 2, 2009, Zane announced that the transaction was still incomplete.

FLN finally announced on June 22 that Three Sheets would begin airing on July 20, 2009, with new episodes airing every Monday and rerun episodes airing Tuesday through Friday.

Zane stated on his website that the possibility of the show being picked up for a fifth season would be dependent on the ratings of Season 4, with a focus on the premiere ratings.

In October 2009, it was announced that FLN would be rebranded as Cooking Channel, with content similar to that of the sister channel Food Network.

Three Sheets was canceled by the re-branded network, and Zane began looking for a new network once more.

Three Sheets did find a home on the Travel Channel for a brief period in 2010 after fans flooded the Travel Channel’s official Facebook page with support for the show.

Three Sheets was dropped by Travel Channel one month later, following its lineup. In February 2011, Three Sheets found new life on a new network, Spike TV.

The network broadcast the first seven episodes of the third season, which debuted on FLN. However, no new episodes have been released since then.

Despite its absence from the television network, Three Sheets was still listed on Spike TV’s official website as late as November 2014.

The comedian is best known for hosting Three Sheets, which aired on MOJO HD from 2006 to 2008, the Fine Living Channel in 2009, and the Travel Channel in 2010.

In addition, Zane hosted Have Fork, Will Travel. Previously, the show aired a show similar to Food Network’s Three Sheets. It concentrated on regional cuisine and eating habits.

He is the current host of the Zane Show/podcast. Zane has been to 72 countries and experienced hangovers in each of them as a comedian, world traveler, and drinks connoisseur.

On this podcast, Zane discusses very important topics and has a plethora of stories to tell. The podcast had 169 episodes as of April 6, 2022. Dave Holmes, Christopher Titus, Ben Jaffe, Joe Wengert, and Oliver Cooper are among the guests.

Zane has been drinking his way around the world for the past 15 years. The comedian rose to prominence as the host of several television shows, including the popular Three Sheets and Drinking Made Easy.

In June 2021, Zane was set to headline his third stand-up comedy tour. Because they were the first to open, he began the LAUGHS & DRAFTS LIVE tour in Florida and Texas.

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Social Media

His social media handles are unknown.

Quick Facts of Zane Lamprey

  • Lamprey is an American television and film producer, editor, actor, comedian, and writer.
  • Earlier in his career, the comedian worked on projects for Comedy Central, VH1, and Nickelodeon.
  • On April 2, 1972, he was born in Syracuse, New York, United States of America.
  • He married his second wife, Melissa Schilling Lamprey, in 2012.
  • His net worth is estimated to be $1,476,825.