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Brother Wease
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Radio Personality
    (November 1, 1946- )
    Born in Rochester, New York
    Birth name was Alan Levin
    Syndicated morning talk show host
    Hosted The Brother Wease Show on 96.5 WCMF-FM in Rochester, New York (1985-2008)
    As of 2012, is heard on 95.1 in Rochester
    He has a very hoarse and raspy voice.
    He is a misogynist who objectifies women.
    He has been sued twice by former female staff members for making lewd and sexual on-air remarks about them.
    His school nickname was 'Weasel'.
    After he divorced his wife, he left his child (who had Down Syndrome) to be a ward of the state.
    He is obsessed with poker and talks about playing it almost every day.
    He is an atheist.
    Outside of Rochester, he has very little appeal.
    He was cruelly and unfairly mocked by Howard Stern for having a special needs child.
    He is very open with his listeners about his personal life.
    He completed three tours of duty in Vietnam.
    He is a cancer survivor.
    He has started the 'Wease Cares' foundation for needy children as well as participating in a 'Kick Cancer's Ass" fundraiser that raised over $100,000 for children with cancer.
    He has mentored several popular radio hosts, including Stephanie Miller and Gregg Hughes of the Opie and Anthony show.
    He emceed Woodstock 94 and 99.
    He was forced to leave his longtime station (WCMF) after he could not come to terms with management for a new contract

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