Announced to succeed Craig Kilborn as host of "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central
Hosted Comedy Central's news, clips and interview show "Short Attention Span Theater"
Opened in Las Vegas for singer Sheena Easton
Tapped to host the annual telecast of the Grammy awards
Played Adam Sandler's best friend in the comedy "Big Daddy"
Hosted "The Jon Stewart Show" on MTV, featuring celebrity and musical guests
Again hosted the annual telecast of the Grammy awards
Appeared in the Nora Ephron comedy "Mixed Nuts," starring Steve Martin
Hosted MTV's short-lived interactive dramatization program "You Wrote It, You Watch It"
Hosted syndicated talk show "The Jon Stewart Show" for nine months
Hosted the 78th Academy Awards
Had role as Goldie Hawn's young lover in "The First Wives Club"; cut from released film
Landed supporting role in the Danny DeVito-directed comedy "Death to Smoochy"
Produced the "Daily Show" spin-off "The Colbert Report" hosted by Stephen Colbert
Nominated for the 2011 TV Critics Association Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy
Made a cameo in the comedy feature "Evan Almighty"
Appeared as himself in "The Adjustment Bureau"
Announced departure from "The Daily Show"
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
Starred in the teen thriller "The Faculty" and the comedy "Playing by Heart", both produced by Miramax
Made stand-up debut at the Bitter End in NYC
Earned a Grammy nomination for the spoken word album <i>The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Presents Earth</i>
Directed political thriller "Rosewater"