Zach Selwyn, Host
Zach Selwyn is a television host, actor, writer and singer-songwriter.
Selwyn entered the hosting arena in 2004 after besting over 20,000 contestants to become a finalist on ESPN’s SportsCenter competition show “Dream Job.”
He has worked on many hit cable series including ESPN’s Around the Horn, GSN’s Extreme Dodgeball and G4’s Attack of the Show and has appeared on HBO’s US Comedy Arts Festival, That ‘70s Show, Stargate: Atlantis.
Zach also has a strong musical background, including his band Zachariah and the Lobos Riders, which has collaborated with artists like Fergie. The band’s albums include the 11 original country-rock songs for the 2005 film “Dead and Breakfast” (in which Selwyn also had a role), and his newest record “Alcoholiday.”
Extending his musical and comedic abilities, Selwyn recently entered into an agreement with Atom.com to write, produce and star in six comedy/music videos that will also be featured on Comedy Central. His web video “White People Problems” became the highest rated and viewed video on the website to date in April 2009.
Mike Senese, Engineering Of Destruction
Ever since his dad taught him how to use a power drill at age three, Mike Senese has never met a piece of machinery he wasn’t dying to take apart.
Graduating from remote control vehicles to robotics to reviving a 39-foot, 26 ton 1963 caboose, he immersed himself into the dynamic worlds of physics, electronics and mechanical engineering.
At 16, he spent his first summer abroad, promoting public health by constructing latrines in the Ecuadorian Andes. A few years later, he rebuilt his 1973 Land Rover bumper to bumper to explore the Arizona desert.
As the science co-host of Fuse TV’s “Rock and Roll Acid Test,” Mike applied technical know-how to challenge the most extreme urban legends of rock music.
Prior to that, he was based in San Francisco working at Wired and ReadyMade magazines. An accomplished guitarist and fair-to-middlin’ drummer, Mike is also the co-founder of the record label Sneakmove.com.