On 2004, Brendon wrote, starred and produced The Thor von Clemson Advanced Fast-Hand Finger Wizard Master Class, a short film about an guitar course.
Brendon recently had a guest appearance on the premiere episode "Meet Killface" of the new Adult Swim animated series Frisky Dingo, by the same team who produced Sealab 2021, as the USC Film School alumni twins Trent and Brent who were blown in half by the supervillain Killface.
Brendon starred in the two minute comedy film short, New Apartment. He plays the new tenant who moves into a new apartment and finds a number of strange things left behind by the previous tenant.
Brendon played the part of a Red Sox fan in Comedy Central's Last Laugh '04.
Brendon's original song, "Don't Put Marbles In Your Nose," appearing in an episode of his show, Home Movies is a parody of the song, "Don't Kick Slayers Off The Air" by DJ Kaito.
When asked which project he felt didn't live up to what he had envisioned, Brendon replied, "My abs".
Brendon's fictional band Dethklok, from his show, Metalocalypse, is being endorsed by major companies like Gibson Guitars, Krank Amplifiers, Dunlop Products and Cry Baby Wah-Wah Pedals.
Brendon's favorite television show of all time is The Office.
Brendon's show Home Movies consisted of completely original music all written and performed by him.
Brendon and producer/audio editor, Loren Bouchard, said outright during the fourth season DVD commentary that there will be no further seasons of Home Movies.
(about his show Metalocalypse)
Brendon: The show is basically about a (half-American/half Norwegian) metal band that is about a million times bigger than the Beatles, but a million times more dangerous and a millions times more stupid. This show promises violent murder. Violent, violent murder. And metal.
Brendon's preferred music of choice is metal.
Brendon has a pet dog named Ernie.
Brendon portrayed the lead character, an 8-year-old aspiring filmmaker, also named Brendon Small, and a number of other, more minor characters in his series Home Movies. Early episodes of the show featured "squigglevision", a style made famous by the cartoon Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, produced by Soup2Nuts, the same company that produces Home Movies.
Brendon is doing several voices for the second season of the hit animated Adult Swim series, The Venture Bros.
Brendon's latest show is the upcoming Adult Swim flash animated series Metalocalypse, focusing on the antics of the half American/half Norwegian death metal band, DethKlok and is scheduled to premiere August 6, 2006.
Brendon graduated from the Berklee College of Music, where he began his love affair with speed guitar.
Brendon is a stand-up comedian and co-creator, writer, star, and music writer for UPN's and later, Cartoon Network's hit animated series, Home Movies, which has now completed production.
Brendon appeared in the April 2006 issue of Playgirl magazine, as part of a humor-themed issue. Adult Swim reported on their website on March 7, 2006, that Small posed wearing "nothing but a Viking helmet", and the Playgirl website further described a "strategically placed Viking helmet", indicating that his genitals were not exposed in the pictorial.
In April 2005, the Sci Fi Channel announced the upcoming show, Barbarian Chronicles, a half-hour animated ensemble comedy to be produced by Small and Worldwide Pants Incorporated.
Brendon's show Home Movies aired on UPN and was cancelled after just six episodes, but it became a cult favorite, and in 2001, it aired on Cartoon Network.
Brendon's show Home Movies came from his on-stage act as a stand-up comedian.
Brendon: (about his show Metalocalypse)
The show is basically about a (half-American/half Norwegian) metal band that is about a million times bigger than the Beatles, but a million times more dangerous and a millions times more stupid. This show promises violent murder. Violent, violent murder. And metal.
Brendon: (about pitching his new show, Metalocalypse) We're treating the marketing of this show like you would a band, it's like we're a band with a record deal all of a sudden. I want to try and get a five-song EP put out.
Brendon: The biggest critic of the show was me. I'm my own worst critic, but looking back, I'm very proud of Home Movies.
Brendon: TV is like a really awesome temp job, it has a 'you don't know when you're not working again' mentality.
Brendon: (discussing Home Movies) Our show never got good ratings at all; while we were in production, I didn't think anyone was watching it at all. I knew some people were watching it; but it was one of those shows that you really have to learn how to watch. I love subtle humor and Home Movies was a great place to have subtlety.