Paul "Cubby" Bryant (born June 1, 1971) is a radio personality, currently working as the morning host at WKTU in New York City 106.7 The Beat Of Detroit WDTW and as of Monday, September 12th, 2011 he can be heard weekday afternoons on Movin' 107.7 WMOV in Norfolk/ Virginia Beach, VA. From 2006-2008 Cubby served as the co-host and sidekick to Whoopi Goldberg on the nationally syndicated morning show Wake Up With Whoopi. Before joining Whoopi Goldberg as co-host of the morning show, Bryant was at crosstown sister station WHTZ serving as their Afternoon Drive Disc Jockey and Music Director. Bryant began his radio career in his hometown of Virginia Beach, VA at WGH-FM (97 Star) in 1988, there was where he inherited his current radio name Cubby for being so young (at the time 16) and in radio. It was a take off of Alabama football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant (no relation). Then, Bryant joined 104.1 KRBE in Houston, TX as Night Host and Music Director from 1990-1996. In 1996, Bryant began his tenure at WHTZ (Z100) in New York as Afternoon Drive Host and Music Director. In 2000, Bryant went around the world with the group Backstreet Boys to promote the release of Black & Blue, the boys traveled around the world in 100 hours to Sweden, Japan, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, and the US; 55 of the hours were spent traveling and 45 were spent making public appearances. In mid-2006, Bryant announced he would be leaving WHTZ after a ten year run with the station to co-host Wake Up With Whoopi. WKTU cancelled Wake Up With Whoopi in November 2007. In January 2008, Bryant left Wake Up With Whoopi, still airing in syndication in a few markets, to return to WKTU, this time as the station's solo morning host. Bryant has been a resident of Bayonne, New Jersey, but he was born and raised in Virginia Beach, Virginia.