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Born : James Thomas Fallon, Jr, September 19, 1974 (1974-09-19), Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Spouse: Nancy Juvonen, (2007-present)
James Thomas "Jimmy" Fallon, Jr., (born September 19, 1974) is an American comedian, actor, musician, and talk show host known for his work on Saturday Night Live. He currently hosts NBC's late night talk show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Fallon is an Irish-American who was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Gloria and James Thomas Fallon, Sr., who was a Vietnam veteran. His family later settled in Saugerties, New York, while his father worked at IBM in nearby Kingston. As a child, he and his sister, Gloria, would reenact the "clean parts" of Saturday Night Live that his parents had taped for him. Fallon attended St. Mary of the Snow, a Roman Catholic parochial school, and Saugerties High School. He graduated in 1992 and attended the The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. He was a Computer Science major, but switched to Communications in his senior year, dropping out 15 credits shy of a degree. "I was a Computer Science major. I got out once it got really hard. I made it up to C++. Then I couldn't do the math — it got really confusing. I switched to Communications, which is a ridiculous major — let's be honest," he recalls. Fallon was such a fan of Saturday Night Live that he made a weekly event of watching it in his dormitory.
 Early work
Fallon appeared in the feature film The Scheme (originally entitled The Entrepreneurs). His one line in Father's Day was cut but he can still be seen in the background. In 1998 Fallon appeared briefly on the show Spin City in the second season as a man selling photographs. By late 1998, Fallon was studying at the Groundlings Theater in Los Angeles, making $7.50 a set at The Improv Theater, when he was summoned to New York to audition for the long-running late night sketch comedy show, Saturday Night Live. Fallon did his impersonations of Jerry Seinfeld, French Stewart, Pat O'Brien, Chris Rock, Gilbert Gottfried, Osama bin Laden, and Adam Sandler, many of which drew laughter from producer Lorne Michaels. Fallon also did musical impersonations of Eddie Vedder, Adam Duritz of Counting Crows, Alanis Morissette, and Robert Smith of The Cure.
 Saturday Night Live
Fallon's impersonations helped land him on Saturday Night Live as a featured player in the 1998-1999 season, and he was promoted to full cast member in the summer of 1999. Among his signature bits were his song parodies, which he performed when Colin Quinn was doing Update and continued to showcase on special occasions after he had replaced him. Fallon broke character in many of the sketches by laughing, a trait that fellow cast-member Tracy Morgan reportedly found offensive. He became co-anchor of Weekend Update with Tina Fey with the October 7, 2000 season premiere. Fallon left SNL in 2004 and began pursuing a film career.
 Recurring characters
 Other work
In 2002, Fallon released the comedy album The Bathroom Wall. In a mixed review, Rolling Stone praised the album's songs, calling the album the "second-best Prince parody ever, after Beck's 'Debra'." However the magazine panned the album's comedy routines, ultimately giving it two-out-of-five stars. The album was nominated for a Grammy in 2003 for Best Spoken Comedy Album. Fallon co-hosted the 2001 MTV Movie Awards with Kirsten Dunst on June 7, 2001. Fallon has played Neo in Sex and the Matrix, a comedic two-in-one parody of Sex and the City and The Matrix. He hosted the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards alone that year. His opening number included parodies of videos by Eminem, Avril Lavigne, Nelly, The White Stripes, Dave Matthews and Enrique Iglesias. It was named the best most memorable MTV moment of that year. This show climaxed with a performance by Guns N' Roses. Fallon had to be censored when he excitedly referred to them as "Guns N' Fucking Roses."
Fallon also hosted the 2005 MTV Movie Awards and played Anakin Skywalker in comedic parody of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith's Mustafar scene, in which Anakin and Padme have their last conversation. Fallon was named one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in 2002, an honor Fallon found embarrassing.
Following the Boston Red Sox's World Series clinching game over the St. Louis Cardinals in 2004, Fallon ran onto the field at Busch Stadium with Drew Barrymore to film a scene for their movie Fever Pitch.
In 2006, Fallon starred in "Spontaneous Combustion", a Traktor-directed Pepsi television commercial with actress Parker Posey. In the ad, Fallon and Posey can be seen dancing and jumping around to the song Streamline by Newton. In October of that year, Fallon appeared on stage in The Secret Policeman's Ball, a charity gig filmed to raise awareness of Amnesty International at the Royal Albert Hall. Fallon made three appearances during the show, the first in a sketch in which he performed impressions of people such as David Bowie, Jerry Seinfeld and David Blaine in order to get past a doorman (Shaun Williamson) who claims Fallon isn't on the list. The doorman finally recognizes him for his role in Taxi, but still won't let him in. He later masqueraded as Russell Brand before being led off by Williamson, and made one final appearance in a cameo role as the front of a pantomime horse in the Al Murray "pub landlord" routine.
In 2007, Fallon wrote the song "Car Wash for Peace" and donated all proceeds to charity. He performed the song on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The View and dedicated a MySpace page to the cause. Around the same time, a video circulated on various Internet sites called lonelyfallon32, in which Fallon parodied YouTube celebrity Jessica Rose (a.k.a. lonelygirl15) and later performed the song.
Fallon, along with his sister Gloria, wrote I Hate This Place: The Pessimist's Guide to Life for TV Books in 1999. In 2008, Fallon will release a new book entitled "I Hate This Place 2: Tokyo Drift."
 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Fallon succeeded fellow Saturday Night Live alumnus Conan O'Brien as the host of NBC's Late Night after O'Brien left the show to prepare to take over The Tonight Show from Jay Leno in 2009. The deal for the long-expected succession was confirmed April 24, 2008, with an official announcement made on May 12, 2008 at NBC's upfront presentation. The official press conference was released on Hulu.com.
The show titled Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, first aired on March 2, 2009 with guests Justin Timberlake, Robert De Niro, and musical guest Van Morrison. Guests on the show's first week included Tina Fey, Jon Bon Jovi, Cameron Diaz, Donald Trump and Drew Barrymore.
Fallon holds the world record of having the tallest shaving cream wig.
 Personal life
Despite rumors to the contrary, Fallon denies dating Winona Ryder in 2002.
Fallon married Drew Barrymore's producing partner Nancy Juvonen on December 22, 2007. On January 27, 2009 Fallon underwent LASIK laser eye surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. He chronicles the entire surgery on his video blog. Fallon says, "...it works, LASIK's is great and the surgery turned out to be great."
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