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Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert's biography

Stephen Colbert is 58 years old actor born at Washington, D.C.. He was born on Wednesday 13th of May 1964. According to year of birth 1964 he belongs to Boomers. Birthday on 13th of May means he is Taurus. Taurus is most stable sign of Zodiac, that is the reason it is also included in the earthy sign of the Zodiac Belt. One born with this Moon Sign (Not a Rising Sign) is very stable and balanced through their mind.

He is native english speaker. He is citizen of United States of America. He is an adherent of catholic church. His primary profession is to be actor. You can know him also as comedian, screenwriter, television presenter. He is recently known as television producer.

Stephen Colbert's dad

Stephen Colbert's father's name is James William Colbert, Jr..

Stephen Colbert's schools

We found 2 schools He attended. Complete list of schools: Northwestern University, Porter-Gaud School.

Detailed informations about his schools

  • An alumnus of the Second City and Annoyance Theatre in Chicago, IL. Graduated from Northwestern University in 1986.
  • In the 1980s he attended Chicago's Northwestern University's theater & speech class with friend David Schwimmer.

Stephen Colbert's career

His main focus is to be actor. He is also a member of Writers Guild of America, East.

Awards and competitions

Stephen Colbert's Awards

  • Lent his voice to some attack ads that were used for The 78th Annual Academy Awards (2006), hosted by Jon Stewart.

What Stephen Colbert has done for a first time

  • A new George Mason University study found that he had made 337 jokes about President Trump's first 100 days in office.[May 2017].

Stephen Colbert's quotes

  • [on what he would like to ask former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean] The media tries to portray you as an angry candidate. Doesn't that piss you off?
  • The fact that they looked it up in a book just shows that they don't get the idea of truthiness at all. You don't look up truthiness in a book, you look it up in your gut.
  • [on his creativity] I wrote things for the school's newspaper, and--like all teenagers--I dabbled in poetry.
  • When Jon Stewart got The Daily Show (1996), [Colbert's wife Evelyn McGee] said, "Wait a second--he wasn't the funny one in our group. He was the quiet one in the corner with a beer".
  • I was never interested in political comedy: "Ted Kennedy 's hitting the bottle again!'" Jon Stewart taught me how to do it so it would be smart. He encouraged everyone to have a point of view. There had to be a thought behind every joke.
  • Citizens United said that transparency would be the disinfectant, but (c)(4)'s are warm, wet, moist incubators. There is no disinfectant.
  • My brother Billy was the joke teller. My brother Jim had a really sharp, cutting wit. And the teller of long stories, that was my brother Ed. As a child, I just absorbed everything they said, and I was always in competition for the laughs.
  • [In his junior year in high school]: I was probably still Colbert to a lot of people. But in my mind I was coal-BARE."
  • As executive producer of this show, I get to ask my character to do whatever I want.
  • My character is a patriot, and he believes that the Olympics are war. It's a way to prove who's got the best country. Only nobody gets hurt.
  • My character isn't ironically detached, he's ironically a-ttached; things are important to him.
  • I don't accept the status quo. I do accept Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.
  • [on preparing to replace David Letterman's show with The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (2015)] There are some huge shoes to fill. And some really big pants.
  • Well, this is the planet we live on, so . . .
  • [as new host on the premiere of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (2015), September 8, 2015] With this show I begin the search for the real Stephen Colbert. I just hope I don't find him on Ashley Madison.
  • [jokingly]I'd like to think I'm the Pope of late night television.
  • Since all of my success is clearly based on talking about you, if you really want to take me down, there's an obvious way. Resign.
  • [after Deadline Hollywood called Donald Trump's attack on Mika Brzezinski a "new low"] No! It's the same low! We're at a cruising altitude of, like, the bottom of the Marianas Trench right now! There are giant squid looking down at America!
  • [on 'The Late Show, September 2017] Repealing DACA in order to MAGA is a load of CACA.
  • [after Donald Trump publicly attacked "the guy on CBS" for having "no talent"] Hey Mr. President, I will not stand here and let you talk that way about James Corden!
  • [on President Donald Trump's "chopper talks" on the White House lawn] He should just stand in front of a margarita maker, because it's the same noise, and at least there'd be a cocktail at the end of it.
  • [imitating Nancy Pelosi] I'm concerned about the President because he is, shall we say, twenty pounds of pudding in a ten pound sack.
  • [on the arrest of Steve Bannon on fraud charges] I think I'm having what the Germans call a "Schadengasm".
  • What is art? Where do we draw the line between art and pornography? And what if that line looks like a buttcrack?
  • [on being infected with COVID-19, forcing the cancellation of the shows for the week of April 21,2022 of the The Late Show] not fun
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