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Incoming "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert was on "Howard Stern" this morning to discuss his new late-night gig, his career trajectory, his tragic family history, his infamous White House Correspondents stint and even Donald Trump, among numerous other things. Typical of a "Stern" sit-down, the interview was long and most importantly revealing, providing listeners a window into what makes the former "Colbert Report" host tick. Below I've rounded up the 19 most essential moments from the interview, from a discussion of his brief stint as a cast member on the doomed "Dana Carvey Show" in the mid '90s to what effect the tragic death of his father and two of his brothers had on his life and career. Check out the full roundup below. (Relevant clips included where available.) 1. Jim Carrey was supposed to play Ace in an "Ambiguously Gay Duo" live-action movie. Photo Credit: NBC Colbert voiced the role »
- Chris Eggertsen
Espn is bringing some young, fresh faces to its “SportsCenter” team.
Will Reeve, son of late “Superman” star Christopher Reeve, comedian Reese Waters and social media correspondent Sarina Morales are joining the network’s team in Bristol, Connecticut, and intend to tap into the digital landscape to reach the millennial generation.
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The trio will be doing special reports for the franchise show — such as going on the road with a college football team or reporting from the 16th hole at this weekend »
- Debbie Emery
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