Jerry Minor

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Jerry Minor
Birth name Jerry C. Minor
Born October 4, 1969 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards

Jerry Minor is an American comedian and writer. He has appeared on several sketch and political comedy series including Saturday Night Live, The Daily Show and The Awful Truth.

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Saturday Night Live Cast Member 2000–2001 26
Crossballs Cast Member 2004
Lucky Louie Walter 2006–2007 1
Carpoolers Aubrey Williber 2007–2008 1
Brickleberry Denzel Jackson 2012–2014 1 2 3

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Late Friday Ronnie Reggie Robinson 2x05 - Episode 205 March 8, 2002
Real Time with Bill Maher L. Witherspoon 1x08 - Episode 8 April 11, 2003
The Man Show The Magical Negro 5x01 - The New Guys August 17, 2003
Reno 911! Robber 1x06 - Help from the FBI August 27, 2003
The Man Show The Magical Negro 5x03 - Breast Implant Fashion Show August 31, 2003
The Man Show Rapper 5x10 - Church of the Man Show October 26, 1999
Crank Yankers Ezekiel Magoo 2x24 - Episode 224 March 2, 2004
Arrested Development Officer Carter 1x21 - Not Without My Daughter April 25, 2004
Cheap Seats Steamer Newsome 1x19 - Putt-Putt September 16, 2004
Arrested Development Officer Carter 2x11 - Out on a Limb March 6, 2005
Arrested Development Officer Carter 2x12 - My Hand to God March 6, 2005
Worst Week Trevor 1x11 - The Gift December 15, 2008

Specials

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
The Bogus Witch Project Ted McKinsey August 19, 2000
VH1 Divas Live: The One and Only Aretha Franklin Puff Daddy April 10, 2001
Next! Various 2002
Sketch Pad 2 Himself September 26, 2003
Comedy Central Presents: The Commies Himself December 7, 2003

Talk Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
Jimmy Kimmel Live Show 340 October 11, 2005

Writer

Series Season(s)
Random Play 1
Saturday Night Live 26 30
Cedric the Entertainer Presents 1
Crossballs 1

Awards and Accolades

Primetime Emmys Awards

(1 Nomination)

  • Nominated: Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program (2001)
Saturday Night Live

Writers Guild of America, USA

(1 Nomination)

  • Nominated: Comedy/Variety (Including Talk) - Series (2002)
Saturday Night Live