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The Tonight Show

TELEVISION PROGRAM

Late night talk show, broadcast since 1954 on NBC.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Allen
Talk Show Host
26-Dec-1921 30-Oct-2000 The Tonight Show
Johnny Carson
Talk Show Host
23-Oct-1925 23-Jan-2005 Longtime host of Tonight Show
Dick Cavett
Talk Show Host
19-Nov-1936   The Dick Cavett Show
Hugh Downs
Journalist
14-Feb-1921   20/20
Kevin Eubanks
Jazz Musician
15-Nov-1957   Bandleader on The Tonight Show
Jimmy Fallon
Comic
19-Sep-1974   Saturday Night Live
Skitch Henderson
Conductor
27-Jan-1918 1-Nov-2005 Original Tonight Show bandleader
Ernie Kovacs
Comic
23-Jan-1919 13-Jan-1962 Nairobi Trio
Jay Leno
Talk Show Host
28-Apr-1950   The Tonight Show
Branford Marsalis
Jazz Musician
26-Aug-1960   Saxophonist
Ross Mathews
Actor
24-Sep-1979   Ross the Intern
Ed McMahon
Talk Show Host
6-Mar-1923 23-Jun-2009 The Tonight Show
Conan O'Brien
Talk Show Host
18-Apr-1963   Briefly hosted The Tonight Show
Jack Paar
Talk Show Host
1-May-1918 27-Jan-2004 Second host of the Tonight Show
Andy Richter
Actor
28-Oct-1966   Formerly controlled the universe
Mo Rocca
Comic
28-Jan-1969   Senior correspondent, The Daily Show
Doc Severinsen
Conductor
7-Jul-1927   Johnny Carson's musical sidekick
David Steinberg
Comic
9-Aug-1942   Second City alumnus
Stuttering John
Radio Personality
4-Oct-1965   Howard Stern's celebrity interviewer
Carol Wayne
Actor
6-Sep-1942 13-Jan-1985 Art Fern's Tea-Time Movie Lady
Andy Williams
Singer
3-Dec-1927 25-Sep-2012 Moon River


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