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'''[[wikipedia:Lucky Yates|Matt "Lucky" Yates]]''' is a friend of [[the Brothers Chaps]]. He has puppet making experience from his work at the {{wp|Center for Puppetry Arts}} in Atlanta, [[Georgia]], and is responsible for making the [[Homestar Runner]] and [[Strong Bad]] [[Puppet Character Variations|puppets]], along with Chris Brown. He has appeared in multiple [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner]] [[live action]] videos, first portraying one of [[the Red and Blue Knights]] in the [[Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer]], and later appearing as himself in [[Six-Sadded, Die. - Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d]] and the [[Final Hours Playthrough]] live stream. He has also collaborated with the Brothers Chaps outside of Homestar Runner, as they [[The Lucky Yates Show - 3 Nov 2007|appeared]] on [[mirror:luckyyates|the Lucky Yates Show]] on November 3, 2007.
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'''[[wikipedia:Lucky Yates|Matt "Lucky" Yates]]''' is a friend of [[the Brothers Chaps]]. He has puppet making experience from his work at the {{wp|Center for Puppetry Arts}} in Atlanta, [[Georgia]], and is responsible for making the [[Puppet Character Variations#Puppet Homestar Runner|Homestar Runner]] and [[Puppet Character Variations#Puppet Strong Bad|Strong Bad]] [[Puppet Stuff|puppets]], along with Chris Brown. He has appeared in multiple [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner]] [[live action]] videos, first portraying one of [[the Red and Blue Knights]] in the [[Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer]], and later appearing as himself in [[Six-Sadded, Die. - Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d]] and the [[Final Hours Playthrough]] live stream.
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Lucky Yates hosts the monthly show "The Lucky Yates Talk Show" in midtown Atlanta. He also appears in some {{wp|Good Eats}} episodes, is the MC for a monthly burlesque show and has previously been the floor commentator for the [http://www.atlantarollergirls.com/index.shtml Atlanta Rollergirls] bouts. He is also a member of the improv comedy troupe [[Dad's Garage]], which has collaborated with the Brothers Chaps on numerous occasions. As of 2009, Yates has been the voice of Dr. Krieger on the animated FX show [[Wikipedia:Archer (TV series)|Archer]].
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Yates hosted ''The Lucky Yates Talk Show'', a live on-stage weekly talk show in Atlanta, from  2000 to 2007. The Brothers Chaps [[The Lucky Yates Show - 3 Nov 2007|appeared]] on [[mirror:luckyyates|the show]] on November 3, 2007. He is also a member of the improv comedy troupe [[Dad's Garage]], which has collaborated with the Brothers Chaps on numerous occasions.
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Yates made regular appearances on ''{{wp|Good Eats}}'', and has provided the voice of Dr. Krieger on the animated FX show ''[[Wikipedia:Archer (TV series)|Archer]]'' since 2009.
==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[http://atlanta.creativeloafing.com/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A10881 An interview with and picture of Lucky Yates]
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*[https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0946793/ Lucky Yates on IMDB]
*[[Twitter:luckyyates|Lucky Yates' Twitter account]]
*[[Twitter:luckyyates|Lucky Yates' Twitter account]]
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Current revision as of 23:54, 13 October 2021

"Rather Dashing? More like Rather Homely!"

Matt "Lucky" Yates is a friend of the Brothers Chaps. He has puppet making experience from his work at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta, Georgia, and is responsible for making the Homestar Runner and Strong Bad puppets, along with Chris Brown. He has appeared in multiple Homestar Runner live action videos, first portraying one of the Red and Blue Knights in the Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer, and later appearing as himself in Six-Sadded, Die. - Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d and the Final Hours Playthrough live stream.

Yates hosted The Lucky Yates Talk Show, a live on-stage weekly talk show in Atlanta, from 2000 to 2007. The Brothers Chaps appeared on the show on November 3, 2007. He is also a member of the improv comedy troupe Dad's Garage, which has collaborated with the Brothers Chaps on numerous occasions.

Yates made regular appearances on Good Eats, and has provided the voice of Dr. Krieger on the animated FX show Archer since 2009.

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