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A New Jersey native, Jon Stewart is considered one of America's top social and comedic voices. From his anchor chair of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," he "has breathed new life into a show that hadn't even seemed to need it," said The New York Times.
Prior to taking over "The Daily Show" in 1999, Stewart's most recent television work was on HBO's critically acclaimed series-within-a-series, "The Larry Sanders Show," where he played a character he should know very well - himself. The final season saw, among other things, Stewart seemingly being groomed to take over the fictitious late-night throne from the perpetually paranoid Larry Sanders (Garry Shandling). Stewart also served as a creative consultant on the series.
On the feature film front, Jon Stewart starred with Adam Sandler in one of 1999's biggest hits, "Big Daddy." He also starred in the romantic drama "Playing by Heart", which marked a departure for Stewart in that he was allowed to show more of a dramatic side of himself than people are accustomed to seeing. Stewart also starred in "The Faculty", a horror-comedy directed by Robert Rodriguez.
While it may be the conventional route for stand-up comedians to sign a book deal and expound on their early days inside dingy comedy clubs, Stewart took the path less traveled with his debut book, "Naked Pictures of Famous People". A collection of fictitious and humorous what-if essays, "Naked Pictures" has appeared on many best-sellers lists, including The New York Times.
Jon Stewart returned to "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" following the September 11th attack on our nation and shared his insight regarding the tragedy with his viewers. For all those who witnessed this fine moment, it was touching and eloquently delivered.