Blake Anderson, comedian, talks about his new role with Dos Equis

Dos Equis turns to Cinco Equis for Cinco de Mayo

Blake Anderson certainly does keep things "Interesante."  While this star of Workaholics and Game Over, Man! is busy with his acting and clothing line Teenage, he is also the new pitchman for Dos Equis Keep It Interesante campaign.

Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, Dos Equis is introducing the festive Cinco Equis, which is the exact same beer with three more XXXs on the can.

The Keep Intersante campaign is designed to encourage people to develop their storytelling abilities.  People are encouraged to take a morsel of truth and enhancing it to make an entertaining story that friends and family will love.

Blake, in conjunction with Funny or Die created some fantastic videos for Dos Equis that teach people how to Keep It Interesante for Cinco de Mayo and longer.

 

Blake Anderson was born in Sacramento, California but grew up in Concord. He met future co-star and collaborator Adam DeVine at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa.  He got his comedy start in popular improv comedy groups The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade.  He guest-starred on Entourage, House, The Big Bang Theory and Arrested Development.  

The hilarious, beer drinker, Blake Anderson spoke with Michelle Tompkins for TheCelebrityCafe.com about his career, his new projects, what he likes to do for fun, how he likes fans to contact him, what makes the Dos Equis Keep It Interesante special, what he is doing for Cinco de Mayo and more.

See the full interview here:

Blake Anderson can be found here and watch the four Keep It Interesante videos on youtube.

 

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