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John Mulrooney

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John Mulrooney is simply one of America’s top comedians. Starting in 1980, John got his feet wet in television hosting Comedy Tonight which was the first syndicated TV show to feature nightclub comedy on television. John’s abilities caught the eye of Hollywood and he was soon invited to compete on Star Search. Although John lost the show, he won the war. John was asked to come back and work in the Star Search studio, writing and doing audience warm-up. Upon moving to Tinseltown, John auditioned at The World Famous Improv in Hollywood. There he garnered the attention of owner Budd Friedman who helped John get his first big break when he was asked to replace Joan Rivers as host of The Late Show on The FOX network. After several rollercoaster months the show was cancelled. Later that year FOX called on the wisecracking New Yorker again to host another show that featured night club comedy on television, Comic Strip Live. When the show ended, John wrote and starred in a sitcom called Midtown North which aired on Comedy Central for two seasons. During this time, John continued to appear on many television shows including An Evening at the Improv, Hollywood Squares, Comedy Central, Showtime and HBO. In addition, he filled in as guest host for Pat Sajak on CBS’ The Pat Sajak Show. Recently, John has focused himself on a new milieu, morning radio. He is a three-time recipient of the coveted, New York State Broadcasters award for best on-air personality.



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