Q: Prior to this show, had you ever crashed an event? Tell all!
A: "I have done some crashing before this actually. I think I just don't like not being invited to things. So sometimes I just show up places. People are usually too polite to kick you out.
Plus I just like awkward situations. A few months before I booked this show was my 10-year high school reunion. So instead of going to it like a normal person, I had some buddies sneak in hidden cameras, I wore old high school clothes and acted like I was the guy who hasn't let go of high school. People thought I was nuts. I also pretended to get drunk. I ended up giving a very uncomfortable speech that made everyone feel awkward. It was much more fun than if I had just gone and "caught up with old friends." I can do that at my 20th reunion.
Years ago I also crashed the verdicts of the Winona Ryder Shoplifting Trial. I pretended I was a news reporter, and got Marcia Clark to fall in love with me. That video got me my own show on National Lampoon's college TV network called "The Gleib Show," where I ended up crashing all sorts of things. Also, once in college I took a video camera into some random Persian Bar Mitzvah I saw while driving by someone's house. I just walked in with a camera and they assumed I was the videographer. It was very funny to me. Until I got forcibly thrown out. I also have crashed my car a few times."
Q: What are you most looking forward to about Real-Life Wedding Crashers?
A: "I can't wait to see the show air on NBC because for six straight weeks we crashed these weddings and created some of the most awkward, outrageous moments imaginable. So many crazy, hilarious things happened I'm excited to see what ends up on the air. Plus, I'm hoping being on TV finally gets girls to not laugh at me when I ask them out."