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Jimmy Fallon

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Since beginning his career on NBC’s perennial late night hit “Saturday Night Live” in 1998, Jimmy Fallon has appeared in an impressive number of television shows and feature films, working with celebrated directors such as Cameron Crowe, Woody Allen and the Farrelly brothers.

Jimmy first showed an interest in performing at the age of two, developing a mini-repertoire of impressions that included James Cagney and Don Ho. Impressions would take him all the way to “Saturday Night Live” in 1998 where Jimmy became one of the show’s youngest cast members at the age of 23. During his six-year stint on “SNL,” Jimmy became an audience favorite for his dead-on impressions and his quick wit as the host of the popular “Weekend Update” newscasts.

His other television work includes a featured role in the Emmy-winning miniseries “Band of Brothers,” which was directed by Tom Hanks. He guest-hosted for David Letterman in June of 2003, and in 2005 participated in Cameron Diaz’s MTV travel show “Trippin,” during which he traveled to Africa with Diaz, Justin Timberlake and rapper Talib Kweli, [educating viewers about the country’s wildlife and environment.]

Jimmy has been a favorite among the MTV audience, co-hosting the MTV Movie Awards with Kirsten Dunst in 2001, and hosting the MTV Video Music Awards the following year. He also hosted the 2005 MTV Movie Awards.

Jimmy made his feature film debut in Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous in 2000, as band manager Dennis Hope. In 2003, he worked with Woody Allen in the film Anything Else, alongside Christina Ricci and Jason Biggs. In 2004 he starred with Queen Latifah in the big-screen action-comedy Taxi, which he followed up with the romantic comedy Fever Pitch, costarring Drew Barrymore and directed by Peter and Bobby Farrelly. He was most recently seen in the Weinstein Company’s Factory Girl, alongside Sienna Miller and Guy Pierce. This spring he finished shooting the title role of Rockett re-teaming him with Factory Girl Producer, Holly Wiersma, and co-starring Sharon Stone and Lucy Liu. He is also developing an untitled comedy at Universal with Tom Shadyac.

In addition to his television and film work, Jimmy, who started out as a stand-up comedian, was nominated for a 2003 Grammy award for Best Spoken Comedy Album for his record “The Bathroom Wall.” Jimmy and his sister Gloria co-wrote the book “I Hate This Place: The Pessimist's Guide to Life,” which was published in 2003 by Warner Books. Jimmy’s children’s book, “Snowball Fight,” was released in 2005 by the Penguin Group. Jimmy is currently at work on his second comedy album.

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