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Birthday: May 13, 1964
Place: Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Height: 5' 1"
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| Comedian Stephen Colbert was born in 1964 in South Carolina and studied philosophy at the all-men's private liberal arts school Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. Moving to Chicago to study theater at Northwestern, he got involved at Second City, where he met fellow comedians Amy Sedaris and Paul Dinello. The three of them moved to New York to create the sketch comedy show Exit 57, originally aired on Comedy Central. As a writer for The Dana Carvey Show, Colbert got the chance to write for Saturday Night Live for several seasons. While working on SNL, he met up with animator Robert Smigel and provided voices for TV Funhouse's "The Ambiguously Gay Duo" (along with the voice of Steve Carrell). Colbert has also provided voices on the puppet show Crank Yankers and the Cartoon Network series Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law.Colbert is probably best known as a senior correspondent for The Daily Show on Comedy Central. He joined the show in 1997 when Craig Kilborn was still the host and held on when Jon Stewart took over in 1999. That same year, Colbert teamed with Sedaris and Dinello to create Strangers With Candy, an after-school special parody of sorts on Comedy Central. In addition to writing and producing, Colbert starred as history teacher Mr. Noblet. The team also collaborated on a book called Wigfield: The Can-Do Town That Just May Not published by Hyperion. Projects for 2004 include Strangers With Candy: The Movie.
- An alumnus of the Second City and Annoyance Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Graduated from Northwestern University in 1986.
- Provided the voice of Ace for "Saturday Night Live" (1975)'s "The Ambiguously Gay Duo" segments. The voice of Gary is provided by fellow "The Daily Show" (1996) correspondent Steve Carell.
- Is deaf in his right ear.
- The youngest of eleven children.
- Is a huge Lord of the Rings fan and has an encyclopedic knowledge of the series. Specifically recorded an entire biography of LOTR character Aragorn from memory when Viggo Mortensen appeared on The Daily Show. Mortensen kindly sent Colbert a platter full of LOTR characters carved out of chocolate.
- Most of the shows he has been a part of are on Comedy Central. These shows are "Exit 57" (1995), "The Daily Show" (1996), "Strangers with Candy" (1999) and "The Colbert Report" (2005).
- Was included in the Peabody Award given to the "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2000" and "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2004" for "Offering biting political satire, these scintillating segments had something droll and amusing to say about almost everything and everyone associated with American politics and the presidential election."
- All of his three children have appeared on "The Daily Show".
- His father and two of his brothers died in a plane crash when he was ten years old. On September 11, 1974 they were on an Eastern Airlines DC-9 that crashed in dense fog during its approach to Charlotte, N.C. Of the 82 people on board, 72 were killed. In its report, the NTSB concluded that "the probable cause of the accident was the flightcrew's lack of altitude awareness at critical points during the approach due to poor cockpit discipline in that the crew did not follow prescribed procedures."
- He was briefly a correspondent on Good Morning America.
- Wrote the book Wigfield with "Strangers with Candy" costars Amy Sedaris and Paul Dinello.
- Occasionally replaced Jon Stewart as anchor of the Daily Show while Jon was pre-occupied with other things.
- Began a career in comedy by joining the Second City improv group in Chicago.
- Voiced several characters on Comedy Central's "Crank Yankers."
- Lent his voice to some attack ads, which were used for the 2005 Academy Awards, hosted by Jon Stewart.
- "Truthiness," a word he invented, was declared the Word of the Year 2005 by the American Dialect Society.
- His show, The Colbert Report, averages 1.2 million viewers.
- Has stated that not all of his family members say "Colbert" the way he does. Some pronounce the "T" at the end.
- Has three children: Madeline, Peter and John.
- Is currently in the process of putting together news pieces about every district in the United States.
- Teaches Sunday School every weekend at his church and teaches his own specific story of salvation and has the children learn spiritual songs.
- As a result of the plane crash that killed his father and brothers, the Federal Aviation Administration established the "sterile cockpit" rule, which prohibits flight crews from engaging in any conversation or activities apart from their flying duties while the aircraft is below 10,000 feet.
- As a result of an operation he had when he was young, he can fold his right ear inside out and can pop it out when he squints his eye.
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