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‘Bald’ Bryan Bishop’s ‘Inconvenient’ Brain Tumor

Christie Bishop And Bryan Bishop "Do" | Photo by Anna Kuperberg / used with permission
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Colored lights flared and strobes flashed. Dozens of exotic dancers gyrated and jiggled as music suited for getting undressed pulsed through Las Vegas’ Spearmint Rhino.

Thirty year-old Bryan Bishop, or “Bald Bryan” as he’s known to listeners of The Adam Carolla Show, and now The Adam Carolla Podcast, opened a tiny plastic baggy and slushed back a pill with his ice-cold vodka and Red Bull.

A glittery stripper expressed her curiosity for what she assumed was Bishop kicking his Bachelor Party revelry up a notch.

“Nothing fun, Sweetie. Nothing you want,” he replied of his oral chemotherapy.

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The next week he would marry Christie Clough, also 30, now Christie Bishop, in Napa Valley.

Less than two months prior to their nuptials, and nearly five months ago, Bishop was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor called a Low-Grade Glioma. Because of its location, doctors are unable to operate on it, but have prescribed chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

In sickness and in health.