Posted: 2011-12-07, 03:13 Johnny Carson Remembered: The Late Night Entertainer's Lifet
Johnny Carson'Sex and the City DVD primary claim to fame was as America's late night king of comedy. For thirty years he hosted NBC television's Tonight Show, and because of his up-to-the-minute monologues, flippant characters and lighthearted sketches he entered more homes via the television than any other performer had ever done before. His late night set provided the launching pad Top Chef DVD many budding stars and starlets, gave widespread publicity for hundreds of books, movies and gadgets and never failed to offer a laugh (or two or three) to the millions of viewers tuned in.Starting out with television at its inception must have been an exciting time.
Johnny Carson got in on the true ground floor and never left until his retirement some 40 years later. What a mark he left on the industry. His first stint on the visual air was hosting The Walking Dead DVD afternoon program broadcast out of Omaha, Nebraska, called The Squirrel's Nest. He pretty much had the run of that show doing local interviews, practicing his vast array of characters by performing skits and sketches and learning how to perfect his inimitable timing in the delivery of jokes and stories. Today some of his earliest works can be seen on classic TV DVD selections where a young Carson displays Sons of Anarchy DVDsame endearing grin he charmed audiences with decades later.
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