Jimmy Fallon

Birth Name: 
James Thomas Fallon
Best Known For: 

Saturday Night Live Weekend Update
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

Short bio: 

Jimmy Fallon is an American television host, comedian, actor, singer, musician and producer. He currently hosts The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, a late-night talk show that airs on NBC. Prior to that, he appeared in several films, and was best known as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1998 to 2004 and was the host of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon from 2009 to 2014.

Twitter: 
@jimmyfallon
Contact:Mailing: 

Jimmy Fallon
Creative Artists Agency
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

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Marybeth 's picture
Submitted by Marybeth (not verified) on

Hey Jimmy, Went to Universal studio in Orlando, couldn't wait to go on your ride. Too bad you have to pay $70 for a fast pass to get in between the hours of 10 am and 7 pm. What a bummer. C'mon Jimmy!!!!

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Submitted by Tracy Hsll (not verified) on

Jimmy, I am a huge fan. I watched you on Saturday night live, the late show, and now the Tonight Show. You never cease to amaze me, you are talented beyond belief. Can I please come to your show and be hash tag the Panda? I got the moves! It would mean a lot to me. Tracy Hall I don't do social media, only email and text, I'm old. tracyfnp211@gmail.com

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Submitted by Scott Burkett (not verified) on

Jimmy, you're unbelievably talented but buddy, the 70's called and they want their mustache back.

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Submitted by Gerri Anne Armstrong (not verified) on

Love your show and appreciate your positive attitude and graciousness toward others!
Your full beard was handsome and appealing.
The mustache alone doesn't do your handsomeness justice.
Please grow the beard back.

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Submitted by Mike s404 (not verified) on

Jimmy Fallon shame on you! Yes you are a celebrity and millions of people watch your show including me. My issue is that you have used your show to bad mouth trump during the election and now you're badmouthing him for taking "2 days to condemn the VA" situation. Your "heartfelt " preshow speech was ridiculous. Who cares it took 2 days?!? He condemned it. He's against it. You seem to be more shallow of a person than I ever expected. Maybe you should be more suggestive about positive things about trump. Why complain without suggesting a suitable solution? You stepped yourself down a few more points as you did during the election. Shame..for shame.

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Submitted by Steve Pish (not verified) on

Jimmy,

You are real and you are hilarious. The NBC Tonight Show has you acting like a trained chimp during your monologue. JUST SAY NO MORE!! Political jokes are not funny. They never have been. The come across to your audience as venting and they are perfectly aware it's an NBC agenda.

You've got to stand up on this one Jimbo. Tell the station the political jokes are a Tonight Show career killer.

Personally, I don't even turn your show on until 20+ minutes in just so I can avoid your monologue.

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Submitted by Jim (not verified) on

Jimmy, I used to be a huge fan of yours, until your recent statement condemning Trump for waiting 2 days to pull the trigger on a specific group. If that had be Obama waiting 2 days until he got all the facts, which he never did and made a lot of bad calls, you'd be praising him. You're no better that the fake news. Very disappointed. I know you don't care because I'm just another average citizen barely getting by, and you have millions that'll continue to watch your show, but you should be ashamed. But you won't be, because you are obviously as narrow minded as the rest of the left.

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Submitted by Pat Hauser (not verified) on

Dear Jimmy: Thank you for your humor. I've been a fan since SNL and you have presented some of the funniest Shows I've ever seen. Now, I would like to tell you that I was at my sewing group in their opinion was that there was too much political talk about President Trump. And that they will not watch the show anymore due to that content. Also will not watch anymore movies with actors that bash the president and any more Award Shows due to the same issue. It's sad that actors, shows and sports are not using their status to use it as a platform for their personal feelings. My Best to you and your family. Pat
Sincerely I wish you all the best, but my feeling are the same. I would truly appreciate if you could speak with your writers and use other content. My Best, Pat

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Submitted by David (not verified) on

You've done a pretty good job of making jokes both political and non-political and I could always count on that. You don't need to try and keep up with the hating comments from the likes of Kimmel or Colbert. What they've seem to forget is 1/2 the voters in this country voted for Trump and your alienating them completely. When you total sucked up to Hillary and let her continue her lies on your program you went over the edge. Having your writers crawl up her rumpus as far as they did was pretty disgusting. Even FOX news is trying to stand up for you thinking your worried about ratings. Wake up, you are losing your conservative viewers and you'll never keep up with the other 2, they've captured the liberals with their nightly bashing. It's to the point where it's just not funny anymore. You can still make political jokes, just make them not so personal. We'll check back in a month or so to and try you again, but in this house for now, your off the air.

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Submitted by Michele (not verified) on

You were a breath of fresh air when you took over the tonight show, I watched every night. Then you gave in to the political rantings of your counterparts and your whole show shown changed. You are not longer funny, just cynical and ridiculous. Your Harvey Weinstein feeble “if he keeps it up he’ll wind up on Fox” statement dismisses the severity of what he has done. Of course it will keep you in the good graces of your Hollywood chums and you can continue to pander to their causes. You have become pathetic.

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Submitted by Scott vogler (not verified) on

Hi Jimmy,
My wife and i used to really enjoy your show, it has become so painful to watch that we and many of the people we know are no longer watching and will no longer watch anything with your name attached to it. What a sell out you are, horrible jokes about a president that finally cares aboutthe people of this country and you like most hollywood (so called elites) either dont see it or are so wrapped up in the leftist agenda that you dont care about the people that put you where you are today, i will say that if you keep it up that these same people will be the ones that ultimately take your carrer down, which i personally will love to see. Painfull to watch, shame onyou,i why dont you take a good hard lookmatbyourself and act like a person who cares about our country and about the people responsible of putting you on the platform your currently on, to host Hillary Clinton is a joke the biggest liar and thief that this country has had to endure. Personally i wish you and she would go get ost in the woods together and not come back, you would be doing us all a favor.
Sincerely,
Scott Vogler
A previous fan of you and your show.

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Submitted by Debbie (not verified) on

Mr. Fallon - I saw your comments in the last few days about why you don't do political commentary. Tonight I planned to stay up late (which I rarely do) to watch your show in support of your choice to not dwell on politics and the first thing I saw was a spoof on Hillary and making fun of the President. I'm very disappointed. I have been looking for a space that will just entertain. Every show host in the world does not need to berate the President of the United States. Every show host does not need to continue to give air time to the failed candidate.
I'm tired and will go back now to watching no show host.

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Submitted by Judy Ferrie (not verified) on

Hi Jimmy, I viewed a taped program, your guest was Gal Gadot. She was talking about sitting beside a young Quantum Physics professor on an plane. Well, that was my son. He probably had her laughing and and inspired her in so many way. His name is Christopher Ferrie, he is brilliant, funny, modest. He is a wonderful son, husband, and father of 4. I think that you should look him up and write to him and have him on your show, he is a most interesting guy. Sincerely Judy Ferrie ( proud mama)

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Submitted by Former fan (not verified) on

Jimmy,
My whole family and I have been fans for years. That is until tonight. How ignorant do you think we are? Tonight Show Superlatives - NFL. Touchdown dances -NFL. Game with Witherspoon- Questions about the NFL. Then Bono singing with the flag behind him. REALLY? You are promoting the NFL. Currently, the NFL is as unAmerican a business as you could find. You are a supporter of the NFL in its current state. Therefore, you've lost my family and myself as fans. Good luck on your ratings.

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Submitted by Sharon (not verified) on

Dear Jimmy I saw that your ratings are suffering. I know the reason and it can be fixed. You started out strong and your jokes were across the board. I enjoyed the antics with guest stars. But when you became a voice of politics, instead of just jesting you lost your core audience. To poke fun is OK, to rape and pillage someone because you hate their guts, just becomes bitter and unfunny.
I am a southerner, and we laugh at ourselves regularly, but all of a sudden we were ignorant, mutant racists. Ummmmmm not funny. To apply any personality trait to someone, and punch them in the gut day by day gets old. That is why I left, you were hateful, not jesting. Find the way back to being kind. You might get me back and more. Don't be afraid to say you are sorry.

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Submitted by Brent Cosgrove (not verified) on

Dear Mr. Fallon,

Just wanted to pass on my wishes and prayers with the sudden passing of your mother the other day.

Brent Cosgrove.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Submitted by nina ovadia (not verified) on

Hi Jimmy,
I'm so sorry to hear that you lost your mother. I can tell she was a wonderful mother because you loved her very much. It's horrible thing to lose your mother at any age. I still miss mine and she's been gone almost 18 years. Mothers should live forever and never leave us. The hardest part is watching the sun rise and set each day without her and wondering how you can go on. But as you look into your children's eyes and see a piece of her there, hold them tight because she is there watching you and living out your pain of her loss in her grandchildren. And look at your wife and see how strong an influence she is imprinting on your children, just like your mother. For everybody loves their mother, who's had a wonderful mother like yourself, and this horrible pain you are feeling will slowly, very slowly turn to strength as you heal. I will finish this letter by wishing you healing and peace with your mother's passing, and hope each day brings you full cycle to understand why our mother's must move on to other worldly spheres, possibly to teach other women how to be as loving and as patient and inspiring as your mother was to you.

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Submitted by Kathleen (not verified) on

I did the "i love u squeeze" in the past with my ex amd my kids. My mom has been gone more than 30 years and the hurt never stops. I feel for you. Stay strong. You are in a better place than me. I wish I had the support u do. ET story with Taylor touched my heart, not that u will get this.
God bless, Kathleen

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