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Born: November 28, 1962 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Lawrence Township, New Jersey, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1998:
Announced to succeed Craig Kilborn as host of "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central
1991:
Hosted Comedy Central's news, clips and interview show "Short Attention Span Theater"
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Opened in Las Vegas for singer Sheena Easton
2001:
Tapped to host the annual telecast of the Grammy awards
1999:
Played Adam Sandler's best friend in the comedy "Big Daddy"
1993:
Hosted "The Jon Stewart Show" on MTV, featuring celebrity and musical guests
2002:
Again hosted the annual telecast of the Grammy awards
1994:
Appeared in the Nora Ephron comedy "Mixed Nuts," starring Steve Martin
1992:
Hosted MTV's short-lived interactive dramatization program "You Wrote It, You Watch It"
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Hosted syndicated talk show "The Jon Stewart Show" for nine months
2006:
Hosted the 78th Academy Awards
1996:
Had role as Goldie Hawn's young lover in "The First Wives Club"; cut from released film
2002:
Landed supporting role in the Danny DeVito-directed comedy "Death to Smoochy"
2005:
Produced the "Daily Show" spin-off "The Colbert Report" hosted by Stephen Colbert
2011:
Nominated for the 2011 TV Critics Association Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy
2007:
Made a cameo in the comedy feature "Evan Almighty"
2011:
Appeared as himself in "The Adjustment Bureau"
2015:
Announced departure from "The Daily Show"
1999:
Hosted "The Daily Show" (Comedy Central); also served as writer and co-executive producer; earned several Emmy nominations for Performing, Writing and Producing a Variety or Music Program from 2002 - 2010
1998:
Starred in the teen thriller "The Faculty" and the comedy "Playing by Heart", both produced by Miramax
1987:
Made stand-up debut at the Bitter End in NYC
2010:
Earned a Grammy nomination for the spoken word album <i>The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Presents Earth</i>
2014:
Directed political thriller "Rosewater"

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