I think towards the end it was such was just such a grind that, really, I was ready to move on.
Eager to flex his creative muscles, his follow up was the Nick skateboarding cartoon “Wild Grinders.” Dyrdek then began experimenting with curated clip shows, a la “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” Working with Nickerson, they perfected the format on MTV’s long running “Ridiculousness.” Understanding the power viral content holds, Dyrdek began pitching a curated “stunts gone wrong” clip show to Nickelodeon.
Mindful of the differences between the MTV and Nick audiences, Dyrdek focused on weaving sports blooper clips featuring people, animals and pros with improved banter from host Gronk and co-hosts Nelson and Brandon Broady.
The blend of sourced clips and the hosts’ off-the-cuff reactions provides “Crashletes” an authenticity Dyrdek felt today’s youth market craves.
Robert Stanley Dyrdek (born June 28, 1974) is an entrepreneur, former American professional skateboarder, actor, producer, and reality TV star.
He is best known for his roles in the reality shows Rob & Big, He also is the creator of the animated series Wild Grinders, in which he voices the series' main character, Lil Rob.
In 2014, Dyrdek was labeled as one of the "Most influential skateboarders of all-time" by Fox Weekly.Rob Dyrdek is an entrepreneur, professional skateboarder, and reality TV star.If you've ever watched any of his reality shows, like MTV's Fantasy Factory, you know he has a flair for over the top antics.He took things to a whole new level over the weekend, when he proposed to his girlfriend, Playboy model Bryiana Noelle, at the Aladdin Show at Disneyland.Rob shared his sweet proposal story with fans on Twitter and Instagram, revealing every step of the surprise, which started with him sneaking out "to go to the bathroom" during the performance.See the whole story below, and then check out Bryiana's massive engagement ring.