Comedian Jay Mohr won't be hosting the annual video game awards show at the D.I.C.E. Summit in Las Vegas this year. He's hosted the awards every year since 2006, merrily insulting part of his audience full of gaming industry professionals and snarking about video games for over half a decade.
Jay Mohr took to the stage last night to host the 14th annual Interactive Achievement Awards and, as he has five times before, warmed up the audience with some biting comedy.
Actor and comedian Jay Mohr returned to BlizzCon this year to host the costume and dance contest. We captured a few of his words of wisdom and share them with you.
Every year, Blizzard holds a contest to see who can dance the most like one of the World of Warcraft races. This year's Undead male dancer learned that real life bones aren't quite as sturdy as video game bones.
For the last few years, comedian Jay Mohr has hosted the Interactive Achievement Awards and kicked the show off with a not-for-kids, profane half hour of jokes about the year in gaming. Here are some of the cleaner ones.
Comedian Jay Mohr was in rare form last night during the BlizzCon 09 costume contest, bringing new meaning to the phrase, "working blue."