Errol Strider has been an actor, dancer, poet and playwright, apartment house manager in San Francisco and president of the AEPi pledge class at the University of Missouri.
He was secretary to a Lady Presbyterian Minister at the International Museum of EroticArt.
He danced a week at the Yiddish American VAudeville Theater in Miami beach, Florida.
He danced the part or Jesus for the Franciscan Sisters of the Perpetual Adoration.
He's had 3 hernia operations.
Taught acting, dance and theater history at the U. of Miami
Was artistic director of 3 theater companies.
Was featured on "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me" for covering his genitals with a fanny pack.
Spent a year walking the streets of San Francisco making soulful contact with at least 15 strangers a day--and wasn't arrested
Nine years living at a clothing optional retreat in Northern CA so he didn't have to decide what to wear everyday.
Went to 2 women's colleges, but was only thrown out of one of them because of a sex scandal.
Has written and performed many philosophical, satirical and metaphysical sketches and performed them for thousands of people from a wide variety of groups.
Co-write and co-starred in the national tour of "Family Baggage"-a recovery show.
Spent nine years as a hypnotherapist traveling the country doing seminars for people to lose weight and quit smoking.
Has been married to the most esteemed and gorgeous Rochelle Strider for 45 years who considers him a bonafide idiot savant.(but who's counting)
Raised two sons with Rochelle.
Written and performed numerous comedy sketches.
Though tempted, steadfastly refuses to take himself seriously...even when he's depressed
Has cultivated a dynamic faith.
A Jewish boy who discovered another Jewish boy-Jeshua Ben Joseph--and became life-long friends.
Lived so far out of the spiritual box that his Jewish mother said, "please, just be an actor."
Had his mid-life crisis at age 23 when he was in an intimate relationship with a woman who was 15 years his senior and who had 5 boys from a previous marriage.
Worked at a mental health ward in Marin County--where he felt really at home...