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Jon Stewart (born Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz; November 28, 1962) is an American comedian, writer, producer, and television host.wikipedia
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The Daily Show

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He hosted The Daily Show, a satirical news program on Comedy Central, from 1999 to 2015.
Jon Stewart then took over as the host from January 11, 1999, until August 6, 2015, making the show more strongly focused on political satire and news satire, in contrast with the pop culture focus during Kilborn's tenure.

The Jon Stewart Show

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He went on to host The Jon Stewart Show and then You Wrote It, You Watch It, both on MTV.
The Jon Stewart Show is a late night talk show that was hosted by comedian Jon Stewart.

78th Academy Awards

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Stewart hosted the 78th and 80th Academy Awards.
Actor Jon Stewart hosted the show for the first time.

80th Academy Awards

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Stewart hosted the 78th and 80th Academy Awards.
Actor Jon Stewart hosted the show for the second time, having previously presided over the 78th ceremony held in 2006.

Big Daddy (1999 film)

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Stewart has also appeared in several films, such as Big Daddy (1999) and Death to Smoochy (2002), but did few cinematic projects after becoming host of The Daily Show in 1999.
Big Daddy is a 1999 American comedy film directed by Dennis Dugan and starring Adam Sandler, Joey Lauren Adams, Jon Stewart, Rob Schneider, Cole Sprouse, Dylan Sprouse, and Leslie Mann.

America (The Book)

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He is the co-author of America (The Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction, which was one of the best-selling books in the U.S. in 2004, and Earth (The Book): A Visitor's Guide to the Human Race, released in 2010.
America (The Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction is a 2004 humor book written by Jon Stewart and other writers of The Daily Show that parodies and satirizes American politics and worldview.

Earth (The Book)

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He is the co-author of America (The Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction, which was one of the best-selling books in the U.S. in 2004, and Earth (The Book): A Visitor's Guide to the Human Race, released in 2010.
Earth (The Book): A Visitor's Guide to the Human Race is a 2010 humor book written by Jon Stewart and other writers of The Daily Show, and is a sequel to America (The Book).

Death to Smoochy

Stewart has also appeared in several films, such as Big Daddy (1999) and Death to Smoochy (2002), but did few cinematic projects after becoming host of The Daily Show in 1999.
Starring Robin Williams, Edward Norton, DeVito, Catherine Keener and Jon Stewart, the film centers on "Rainbow" Randolph Smiley (Williams), a disgraced former children's TV host who attempts to sabotage his replacement, Sheldon Mopes, and his character, Smoochy the Rhino (Norton).

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He hosted The Daily Show, a satirical news program on Comedy Central, from 1999 to 2015. In 1990, he began co-hosting Comedy Central's Short Attention Span Theater, with Patty Rosborough.
In 1990, hosts under this title, Jon Stewart and Patty Rosborough, were introduced.

List of awards and nominations received by The Daily Show

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After Stewart joined, The Daily Show steadily gained popularity and critical acclaim, and during his tenure, it won 22 Primetime Emmy Awards, and was also nominated for news and journalism awards.

News satire

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He hosted The Daily Show, a satirical news program on Comedy Central, from 1999 to 2015.
In the 2000s, Comedy Central's The Daily Show became an icon of the American political satire genre, as Jon Stewart delved into opinionated political criticism.

You Wrote It, You Watch It

He went on to host The Jon Stewart Show and then You Wrote It, You Watch It, both on MTV.
You Wrote It, You Watch It is an MTV sketch comedy series hosted by Jon Stewart and featuring members of The State comedy troupe prior to being given their own show by the network.

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His soccer coach would later describe him as a "good player" with "high energy".
The book is a 45-year retrospective of the program, and contains a foreword written by Tribe soccer's most famous alumnus, Jon Stewart of the Daily Show.

Where's Elvis This Week?

In 1996 Stewart hosted a short-lived talk show called Where's Elvis This Week? It was a half-hour, weekly comedy television program that aired on Sunday nights in the United Kingdom on BBC Two.
Where's Elvis This Week? was a short-lived, half-hour, weekly comedy television program hosted by Jon Stewart that aired on Sunday nights in the United Kingdom on BBC Two.

The Bitter End

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He made his stand-up debut at The Bitter End, where his comedic idol, Woody Allen, also began.

The Colbert Report

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Stewart has won a total of twenty Primetime Emmy Awards for The Daily Show as either a writer or producer, and two for producing The Colbert Report (2013–14), winning a total of twenty-two Primetime Emmy Awards, having the most wins for a male individual.
The program was created by Colbert, Jon Stewart, and Ben Karlin.

Patty Rosborough

In 1990, he began co-hosting Comedy Central's Short Attention Span Theater, with Patty Rosborough.
From 1990 to 1993, she co-hosted Short Attention Span Theater with Jon Stewart.

Short Attention Span Theater

In 1990, he began co-hosting Comedy Central's Short Attention Span Theater, with Patty Rosborough. Stewart started as a stand-up comedian but branched into television as host of Short Attention Span Theater for Comedy Central.
In 1990, the Comedy Channel reformatted the show and hired Jon Stewart and Patty Rosborough to present it—which they did until 1993.

The Late Late Show (American talk show)

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Stewart then became a frequent guest host for Tom Snyder on The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, which was produced by Letterman and aired after the Late Show on CBS.
Throughout most of the show's run, it was also simulcast over some CBS Radio stations, and Snyder accepted calls from viewers/listeners somewhat in the manner of Larry King; to accommodate this, the show was broadcast live in the Eastern and Central United States and on radio in the west, a rarity for late-night talk shows that had otherwise transitioned to tape, though due to existing syndication contracts and resistance to give up local control of timeslots, many stations, such as WJZ-TV in Baltimore, would delay it to as late as 3:05 a.m. When Snyder was on vacation, the show featured guest hosts such as Jon Stewart or Janeane Garofalo.

William & Mary Tribe men's soccer

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Stewart graduated in 1984 from The College of William & Mary in Virginia, where he played on the soccer team and initially majored in chemistry before switching to psychology.

Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear

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On September 16, 2010, Stewart and Stephen Colbert announced a rally for October 30, known as the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear.
The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear was a gathering that took place on October 30, 2010, at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The rally was led by Jon Stewart, host of the satirical news program The Daily Show, and Stephen Colbert, in-character as a conservative political pundit.

Late Show with David Letterman

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Stewart then became a frequent guest host for Tom Snyder on The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, which was produced by Letterman and aired after the Late Show on CBS.
1. Letterman attempted to respond by making his show more political, aping the approach taken by The Daily Show under Jon Stewart.

Conan O'Brien

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He was considered a finalist to take over Letterman's position upon his departure from the program, but it was instead given to relatively unknown Conan O'Brien.
During the writers' strike in 2008, O'Brien staged a mock feud with Comedy Central's Jon Stewart (of The Daily Show) and Stephen Colbert (of The Colbert Report) over a dispute about which of the three were responsible for giving a "bump" to Mike Huckabee's campaign to become the Republican presidential nominee.

Stephen Colbert

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On September 16, 2010, Stewart and Stephen Colbert announced a rally for October 30, known as the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear. Until Trevor Noah permanently took over the show, Stewart hosted almost all airings of the program, except for a few occasions when correspondents such as Stephen Colbert, Rob Corddry, Jason Jones and Steve Carell subbed for him, and during John Oliver's stint as host during the summer of 2013.
When Kilborn left the show prior to the 1999 season, Jon Stewart took over hosting duties, also serving as a writer and co-executive producer.

Rob Corddry

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Until Trevor Noah permanently took over the show, Stewart hosted almost all airings of the program, except for a few occasions when correspondents such as Stephen Colbert, Rob Corddry, Jason Jones and Steve Carell subbed for him, and during John Oliver's stint as host during the summer of 2013.
On February 9, 2006 Corddry hosted an episode of The Daily Show due to the absence of Jon Stewart (jokingly because the show's regular host was "in the shop", but in fact because of the birth of Stewart's second child).