Dr. Coolsex is a YouTube sketch comedy group, known mostly for Super Mario and 90s Nickelodeon videos, which features the best of video game and old school cartoon nostalgia. They are Alex Charak, Dustin Drury, and Greg Murtha. Dr. Coolsex is based out of New York City and have been active since October 2007. Their slogan on their video descriptions is, "DRCOOLSEX makes comedy videos for the Nickelodeon and Nintendo generation!"
Alex and Dustin met in New York at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater during a Rob Riggle masterclass in the spring of 2007. From there they formed an improv group named the Stamp and Coin Club that performed around the Northeastern part of USA. Wanting to get into sketch comedy, Alex, Dustin, and former member Ken Kocses created Dr. Coolsex. Alex brought in Greg, his good friend from high school, to film and edit. They posted their first video "Frat Boys Love Borat" on October 27, 2007. Since then, they have released over two hundred videos totaling almost 40 million views.
Alex Charak (born January 4, 1988) in Lake Success, New York (on Long Island). A rambunctious child, Alex's parents enrolled him in countless activities to expend his energy. These include but are not limited to: karate, soccer, baseball, swimming, hebrew school, arts and crafts, and running around in big circles. He was bar mitzvahed on January 13, 2001. Alex got into theater while attending French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts, a sleep away camp in Hancock, NY. He attended The Wheatley School, a small public school in Old Westbury, NY. He graduated in 2006 as the president of his class and went on to study acting at NYU at the Lee Strasberg Institute. After a couple of years of that, he changed majors to dramatic writing where he concentrated in screenwriting. To this day, he loves playing Mario Kart 64, convincing his two goyim partners to make Jewish videos, and talking to dogs like adults.
Gregory Michael Murtha (born March 20, 1988) He started acting at a very young age having been in "George Washington Slept Here" at the age of nine. He went on to star in many high school plays at The Wheatley School. Greg graduated in 2006 as class Activities Coordinator. He studied acting at Lee Strasberg Institute and creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College. Greg acted in national commercials (ex. AOL) and filmed/edited for major companies (ex. Google).