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Where are they now: Chris Wylde, piano-playing ad man in Super Bowl spots for Taco Bell, Budweiser

It has been a while since we've seen this much of comedian Chris Wylde in front of the camera. He co-created the 2010 Vh1 series, Dad Camp, sure. We all don't remember that. But what has Wylde done for us lately? Oh, you didn't watch the Super Bowl?

Wylde showed up twice, both times behind the piano, in spots for Budweiser and Taco Bell. He's tinkling the ivories in the Wild West saloon when they break out into 1970s Elton John hit, "Tiny Dancer."

 

And in a larger campaign for Taco Bell, Wylde has become Buddy Mignon to sing the praises of the fast-food chain's Quad Steak Burrito. They've even created a short film just about his character. Roll it like a burrito!

 

Sean L. McCarthy

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2 thoughts on “Where are they now: Chris Wylde, piano-playing ad man in Super Bowl spots for Taco Bell, Budweiser

    1. How many commercials does miellr have exactly like this? At least 7 by my count MEN DON’T LOVE THEIR WOMEN, BUT THEY LOVE BEER, I GET IT!!! THAT’S Fing HILARIOUS (in case you are a moron and actually think these cloned ads are still funny after 6 months and are just a moron in general I was being sarcastic) Come up with something new miellr, chirst.

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