Sarah Silverman lost her VIRGINITY to comic who mocked star's death
Sarah Silverman reveals in resurfaced clip how she lost her VIRGINITY to ex-SNL writer blasted for joking about Matthew Perry’s death when she was 19 and he was 30
- Kevin Brennan and Sarah Silverman dated in 1989, it’s been revealed
- He has been slammed for making fun of Friends’ actor Matthew Perry
- Perry tragically died at the age of 54 on Saturday in his LA home
Sarah Silverman once revealed that she lost her virginity to Kevin Brennan – the former SNL writer currently being slammed after making fun of Matthew Perry’s death.
The one-time Saturday Night Live writer was 30 when he dated then-19-year-old Silverman, according to a clip he shared on his Misery Loves Company podcast, which he titled: ‘Kevin Brennan TAKES Sarah Silverman’s VIRGINITY & BREAKS Her HEART.’
‘I lost my virginity at 19 to another comedian,’ Silverman said in an interview with The Conversations YouTube show back in 2015.
‘I was so in love with him but… he was 30… I was madly in love with him and I was nothing to him… so he dumped me and I was so devastated,’ the comedienne shared.
Silverman gave intimate details about the sexual encounter, which happened in 1989.
Sarah Silverman once revealed that she lost her virginity to Kevin Brennan – the former SNL writer currently being slammed after making fun of Matthew Perry ‘s death
The one-time Saturday Night Live writer was 30 when he dated then-19-year-old Silverman
Brennan, now 63, had gone into relative obscurity since his days on SNL’s Weekend Update but has been in the spotlight since he joked about Perry’s death over the weekend
‘I thought it was great, I couldn’t believe it! I was like, “this is sex? Oh my God!” And then he pulled back the sheets and there was blood and my heart stopped and I was like, “that came from you!” and he was like, “no it didn’t.”
She added: ‘I thought I’d never fall in love again and I remember my mom said, “don’t this experience keep you from falling in love again.”
‘I still love him. I know him still,’ Silverman noted.
Despite her loving words for Brennan, he went on to call her a ‘wh*re’ on an episode of his podcast from 2021 where he discussed her romantic relationships.
‘It’s so pathetic for her to just be “let me date another comedian,”‘ Brennan said in an obsene rant. ‘I’m so glad I was first on that fu**ing wh*re’s train.’
Brennan, now 63, had gone into relative obscurity since his days on SNL’s Weekend Update, which ended in 2000, but has been in the spotlight since he joked about Perry’s death over the weekend.
He tweeted a link to TMZ’s coverage of the actor’s passing on Saturday with the caption, ‘DROWNED IN A HOT TUB. HAHAHAHA.’
Brennan then replied to a tweet of of his comments with the headline ‘Ex-SNL Writer-Comedian Kevin Brennan Mocks Matthew Perry’s Death.’
‘I didn’t mock it. I just thought it was funny. But I do love it when junkies die,’ he wrote.
In response to a user who asked Kevin: ‘Why is drowning in a hot tub funny?’ he replied: ‘Because it’s not very deep.’
Brennan faced a wave of criticism for his vile remarks, but refused to back down and continued to make jokes.
He took to Twitter once again on Monday to ask: ‘Am I trending yet?’
He also shared a news report about the controversy, with the headline: ‘Comedy writer slammed for cruel tweet mocking Matthew Perry’s death.’
Brennan was one of the writers and correspondents on SNL’s Weekend Update from 1999 until 2000. He was ‘passed over’ after being in in the running following Colin Quinn’s departure as anchor.
Brennan was slammed on social media after he posted a tweet that made fun of the actor’s death
On Sunday, he said: ‘I didn’t mock it. I just thought it was funny. But I do love it when junkies die’
Brennan faced a wave of criticism for his vile remarks, but refused to back down and continued to make jokes
The Chicago native is estranged from his younger brother, comedian Neal Brennan, known for being the co-creator of Comedy Central’s critically-acclaimed Chappelle’s Show.
While Kevin has fallen into relative obscurity over the last decades, his brother has written for multiple shows and has a comedy special on Netflix.
Kevin is known for speaking about other comedians on his podcast and stand-up routines, including his brother, who he has repeatedly accused of stealing jokes.
‘I hate my own brother,’ he has said in the past about Neal. ‘I have five brothers… I can afford to hate a couple.’
People reacted in disgust, with one person commenting: ‘That’s EXACTLY why I said you would do it, you waste of space!! Anything for attention, even if it’s negative. Enjoy your 90 seconds of fame.’
Another person wrote: ‘For reminding people what a loser you are? Yes, yes you are,’ while a third echoed: ‘He’s literally the only reason anyone is finding out who you are lol so Matthew gets the last laugh.’
A fourth agreed, saying: ‘For all the wrong reasons. Who the hell says they “love when junkies die.” Read the room.
‘You should update your bio to just say…. awful human. Hope your podcast company drops you and all four total listeners that probably tune into your show.’
The coroner for Los Angeles County has listed Matthew Perry ‘s cause of death as ‘deferred’, pending the final results of toxicology tests.
A LAPD source told The New York Post: ‘We responded to the 1800 block of Blue Sail Rd for a death investigation on a male 4:10 p.m. this afternoon. He was in his 50s.’
Iconic character: Matthew appeared ,as Chandler Bing on the NBC smash hit Friends, for 10 seasons spanning 1994 until 2004
No drugs were found at the scene with authorities ruling out foul play.
Sources did say that anti-depressant and anti-anxiety medications were found inside the property, including pills for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Friends have said that star seemed ‘fatigued’ in his last days, and in his final post on Instagram, shared earlier this week, he posted images of him in his pool.
The caption read: ‘Oh, so warm water swirling around makes you feel good? I’m Mattman.’
Perry, who played Chandler Bing on the NBC smash hit Friends, had battled substance abuse throughout his life, said that he was keen to help others who were dealing with a similar situation.
In a November 2022 appearance on the podcast Q with Tom Power at Toronto’s Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, he said that the ‘paramount thing’ he would want to be remembered for ‘is that he wants to help people’ battling addiction.
‘The best thing about me, bar none, is that if an alcoholic or drug addict comes up to me and says, “Will you help me?”‘ he said. ‘I can say yes and follow up and do it.
‘When I die, I don’t want Friends to be the first thing that’s mentioned. I want that to be the first thing that’s mentioned, and I’m going to live the rest of my life proving that.’
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