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Jerome Wetzel is the creator of It's All Been Done Radio Hour, and writes the vast majority of the show. He was director-by-default of early live shows, and still directs special shows outside of the monthly ones. He casts the show and sets the roles of others, overseeing the production as a whole. He is also the founder and head of the spin-off network, It's All Been Done Presents, overseeing all programming for the company.

While he enjoys performing, having done productions for OGP and is currently serving as an ensemble member at MadLab theatre, Jerome has only appeared in Radio Hour twice. Once, as Judge Jimmy (see below) in a crossover and once as himself in a Georgie's Jabs commercial. So he has not played any characters.

Jerome has long been a writer, having penned short stories and chapter books throughout his school years. His first big series, An Actor's Nightmare, has seen a couple of novels published, but is currently on hold while he focuses on IABD. He wrote the spin-off Radio Hour novel, Love's Lust Lost, and the four-season, text-only webseries GOD is my BFF.

He is also a television critic, having written nearly 3,000 articles in the past decade. Originally working for, he currently serves as the Chief Television Critic for Seat42F and is a contributor to Blogcritics Magazine.

Jerome also enjoys doing podcasts. An original co-host of The Good, The Bad, & The Geeky, he still appears on that show, most notably during live warm-ups for Radio Hour, including the Judge Jimmy segment. He is one of the founding co-hosts of It's All Been Trekked Before, and has served as a guest on numerous podcasts.

He is from West Jefferson, Ohio and currently lives in Galloway, a suburb of Columbus, with his wife, Morgan. He owns two cats, Kali and Snugglebunny Fucktard, and has a young daughter, Zoey, who is the only baby to guest star in Radio Hour (so far).

Jerome usually hosts the Meet the Cast episodes of Radio Hour, but turned hosting duties over to Katie Boissoneault when he (reluctantly) did an episode about himself. It was released as podcast 125.