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Dylan Thomas Leedy (Born 15 November 1994, Age 21) is an original cast member of Dyercentral. He is most famous for his portrayal of the Brain Surgeon's Assistant and for his occasional contributions to A Dyer-Situation.

Biography Edit

Dylan Leedy was born in Orange, California. He attended high school with Alex Kawecki, Rob Bergman, and Glenn Dyer. The latter two would eventually invite him to star in several of their early sketches. Whilst he had little to no creative input behind the scenes of Dyercentral, he was always eager to help out with many of the early videos. Today, since Glenn currently lives in another state, Leedy's contributions have been limited, reserved to occasional appearances in Dyer-Situation videos whenever Glenn visits.

Dyercentral Filmography Edit

Chadwick Jones Presents Edit

Year Title Role Notes
2015 Dragon Ball Lookback: Episode 4 Guardian of the Internet #3

Sketches Edit

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Brain Surgery The Assistant
2011 The Dyercentral Christmas Special Himself/House Friar The only sketch where he is referred to by his real name.
2012 Extreme Minigolf Man Eating Soup
2012 Extreme Barbecuing Panda/Judge
2012 Ordinary Man General #1

Dyer-Situations Edit

Year Movie Reaction Notes
2012 The Possession Negative
2012 Wreck-It Ralph Positive
2013 Mama Negative
2013 Oz: The Great and Powerful Negative
2013 Man of Steel Generally Negative
2015 Cinderella (2015) Neutral
2015 Creature (2011) Positive
2015 Terminator Genisys Neutral
2015 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip Negative
2015 Brooklyn Positive
2015 Sisters Positive
2015 The Big Short Negative
2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Positive
2016 Why Him? Negative
2016 Manchester by the Sea Positive
2016 La La Land (2016) Generally Negative
2016 Sing (2016) Neutral
2016 Fences (2016) Generally Negative
2016 Passengers (2016) Generally Positive
2016 Assassin's Creed Negative

Trivia Edit

He is currently the center of a running joke in Chadwick Jones Presents where a character in the background of a complicated scene will shout "I am Dylan" in a low, buffoonish voice. This originated from the Barney's Great Adventure review where an in-universe version of Dylan was only able to say those words.

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