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"Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" Episode #2.6 (2010)

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A.D. Miles (head writer)
Michael Blieden (written by) ...
Original Air Date:
11 January 2010 (Season 2, Episode 6)


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Jimmy Fallon ... Himself - Host

Maggie Gyllenhaal ... Herself - Guest

David Ortiz ... Himself

Lenny Clarke ... Himself

The Roots ... Themselves
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Steve Higgins ... Himself - Announcer

Lauren Reeves ... NBC Page

Episode Crew
Directed by
Dave Diomedi 
Writing credits
A.D. Miles (head writer)

Michael Blieden (written by) &
Gerard Bradford (written by) &
Jeremy Bronson (written by) &
Mike DiCenzo (written by) &
Jimmy Fallon (written by) &
Wayne Federman (written by) &
Anthony Jeselnik (written by) &
Eric Ledgin (written by) &
Tim McAuliffe (written by) &
Morgan Murphy (written by) &
Amy Ozols (written by) &
Gavin Purcell (written by) &
Diallo Riddle (written by) &
Jon Rineman (written by) &
Bashir Salahuddin (written by) &
Michael Shoemaker (written by)

Produced by
Rob Crabbe .... segment producer
Katie Hockmeyer .... associate producer
Jim Juvonen .... segment producer
Marc Liepis .... segment producer
Brian McDonald .... line producer
Alice Michaels .... associate producer
Lorne Michaels .... executive producer
Gavin Purcell .... supervising producer
Hillary Selesnick Hunn .... coordinating producer (as Hillary Hunn)
Michael Shoemaker .... producer
Editorial Department
Justin Ulbrich .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Ahmir-Khalib Thompson .... musical director (uncredited)
Other crew
Jamie Granet .... senior talent executive (as Jamie Granet Bederman)
Crew believed to be complete

Additional Details


Did You Know?

This episode aired one day after NBC announced that "The Jay Leno Show" (2009) was being dropped from the prime-time schedule once the 2010 Winter Olympics began on February 12; the network proposed that the show be shortened to a half-hour and moved to the 11:35/10:35c timeslot which Leno had occupied as the host of "The Tonight Show" from 1992 to May 2009, with "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" (2009) and "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" each pushed back a half-hour.See more »


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