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Actor

Conan
O'Brien

With “a comic identity as distinctive as his name,” according to The New York Times, Conan O’Brien has firmly established himself in the late night comedy universe. Early in his career, O’Brien helmed the legendary Harvard Lampoon and wrote for television series icons Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons. It was from there that he was championed by Lorne Michaels to host Late Night with Conan O'Brien, where he combined his talents as a writer, performer and interviewer from 1993 to 2008. The two-time host of the Primetime Emmy Awards then took over the reins of The Tonight Show. In November of 2010, O’Brien launched a new late night franchise, CONAN airing weeknights on TBS.