Conan O'Brien

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Conan O'Brien
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ProfessionGuest voice actor
Born18 April, 1963
IMDB profilenm0005277
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This article is about the television host. For the Futurama character, see Conan O'Brien's head.
For other uses, see O'Brien.

Conan Christopher O'Brien is an American television host, writer, and producer who lent his voice to his own head in a jar in "Xmas Story". He is currently the host of the late night television show Conan on TBS. A former two-time president of the Harvard Lampoon, he became a writer for Saturday Night Live in 1987 and in 1991 left that show to become a writer and producer for The Simpsons. In 1993 he left The Simpsons to become the host of Late Night with Conan O'Brien until 2009, when he became the host of The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. He hosted from June 2009 until January 2010, departing after the 2010 Tonight Show conflict. He is also producer and executive producer of several television shows and TV movies through his production company Conaco.

O'Brien was the head writer for the Simpsons episode "Homer Goes to College", which was the origin of the term "nerdlinger". In the commentary for "Xmas Story", it is stated that about a week after Conan left The Simpsons, David X. Cohen arrived and immediately took his office and his desk. Conan had left a tongue-in-cheek note attached to his desk for whoever took the office informing them the window was sticky, which corner the garbage was in, and which corner of the office to urinate in.

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  1. ^ Jane O'Brien. (IMDB.) Retrieved on 25 February 2012.