COMEDIAN Bryan Callen is in hot water after four women accused the Goldbergs Star of sexual assault and misconduct.
The allegations span back to 1999 when former actress Kathryn Fiore Tigerman alleges Callen raped her, according to an LA Times report.
Callen strenuously denies the allegations.
Bryan Callen, 53, is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer and podcaster.
Born on January 26, 1967 in Manila, Philippines, Callen lived overseas until he was fourteen in various countries as his father was an international banker.
He made his television debut as a series regular on MADtv in 1995 and the HBO prison series Oz in 1997.
What’s more, Callen also played Coach Mellor in The Goldbergs and reprised the role as a main character in the Goldbergs spinoff series Schooled.
Callen co-hosts a podcast called The Fighter and the Kid with former UFC fighter Brendan Schaub.
He has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million, according to Money Inc.
Last week, the Los Angeles Times reported actress Katherine Fiore Tigerman claimed The Goldbergs star raped her in 1999.
Tigerman claimed Callen ran his hands over her body and continued despite her allegedly telling him “no.”
She alleged to be at his home above West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip when he “pushed her down on the mattress.”
A second allegation came from Rachel Green, who claimed to the LA Times she assisted the standup comic while shopping during her time working at an American Apparel store in Pittsburgh in 2009.
Who is Bryan Callen and what are the allegations against him?
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