Jimmy Fallon: Writer, Comedian and Late Night Host
Jimmy, did you ever think about the opportunity that you really sing too well to make a comedy album? Are you too good for your very own really good, man?
No. I never ever thought that. But I did want to have a comedy record that you can really listen to. If you don't want to pay attention to the words, you can easily go, "Okay, that does not seem that bad. I can endure that for 2 minutes." More
The majority of people probably recognize Jimmy Fallon from his days as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, where he made a name for himself doing impressions (of Jerry Seinfeld, Adam Sandler, Gilbert Gottfried and others) and performing playful songs on an acoustic guitar. Those 2 skills came to be the cornerstone of Fallon's comedy, also later being incorporated into his stand-up act. His enthusiasm and obvious excitement to be doing comedy make Fallon a likable artist, making him well-suited to be host of Late Evening with Jimmy Fallon.
Beyond the loving crowds at Bananas, Fallon arrived in mass consciousness thanks to Sunday Night Live, where he started as a featured member in 1998. In addition to his unimpeachable journalist abilities as a pseudo-newsman on Weekend Update, Fallon has continually served up a heaping combination platter of comedic and musical chops on SNL, along with appearing on other television programs and in films, among them Practically Famous and a forthcoming Woody Allen motion picture.
Against the guidance of counsel, Jimmy Fallon reluctantly agreed to phone from a confidential New York rest room in order to frankly and self-promotionally discuss his brand-new album The Bathroom Wall. Right here is just what transpired: