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BAM MARGERA first broke onto the national scene as a 13-year-old pro-skateboarder known for his creative street-style and wild antics. As a teenager he created the CKY video series, which featured skating, pranks, and stunts, all filmed in his hometown of West Chester, Pennsylvania. The combination of Bam's unique on-screen personality and the tremendous grassroots success of the CKY video series helped cement the popularity for the MTV show "jackass” and subsequent film.

Spring-boarding off his exponential fame, Bam created, produced, directed and starred in the MTV show "Viva La Bam,” featuring all his family and friends, which ran for five seasons.

In addition to Bam's television and film projects, he continues to be heavily involved in the music industry through his work directing music videos, his show "Radio Bam” on Sirius Satellite Radio, and his "Viva La Bands” CD/DVD series and tour. Bam also co-owns the music label Casual Madness with music mogul and network talk show host Carson Daly.

In the animated world, Bam is the main character in Activision's "Tony Hawk's Underground” video game series, which is the best selling sports video game of all time -- and yeah, that's a lot of games.


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