He's politically incorrect - and he's proud. After countless appearances on "The Tonight Show," "The Late Show with David Letterman," three HBO specials, sitcoms, movies and many stand-up tours, Bill Maher found - or more accurately, created - his perfect forum with ABC's "Politically Incorrect." Critics touted the show as: "The coolest show on cable" (Esquire) and the "Best talk show on television" (TV Guide). The winner of two 1995 Cable Ace Awards for best talk show and best entertainment host, Bill Maher ingeniously mediated a hilarious and provocative half hour of spontaneous opinions. The casting process brought together such unlikely parings as Jerry Seinfeld and Ed Rollins, Governor Lowell Weicher and Howie Mandel, and Harvey Fierstein and G. Gordon Liddy. Maher now continues his role as the star and creator of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher." Bill Maher might be politically incorrect, but he's the correct choice for any event.