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.


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


Submitted by Ron c (not verified) on

You are now my favorite entertainer. I followed you through SNL and had no idea how talented you were until you joined the tonight show. I would say you have topped Johnny Carson but I fear I may be struck down. I may get courage to do this at a later date but you know what I want to say. I want to thank you for adding to my life through you talent.

Submitted by Packer kid (not verified) on

Dear Jimmy, I wish to be a comedian , can you give me some appropiate jokes so i could try to be one please.

Submitted by Theodore Butler (not verified) on

First off I love the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, not trying to be a ass kisser though. Getting older so I do not really care what I say anymore, especially with what has happened to me in my life. I am a 35 year old male, would consider my self fit and somewhat attractive, the bitches are not flocking if that is what you wanted to know. to get down to it, I am pretty sure I have the worst luck in life of anyone. Just found out that I had diabetes 2 months ago, lost housing assistance from Vocational Rehabilitation (got in because of a shattered arm and can't go back to construction), have a panic disorder, not sure where I might have to live next month, have six kids, suffered from memory blackouts because of panic meds mixed with not knowing I had diabetes, cell phone caught on fire two days ago, wife lost here cell phone last week, car broke down 4 days ago, had a mild stroke which cost me a job, trying to get an education and was getting awesome grades until had an issue with an adviser and I ended up being right so he said I did something I didn't do and got booted from college(reason losing housing fund), now the college popped up and said that I owe them like 2k from last year sometime when I proof they are wrong but will not do anything about it so I can't get my transcript to start a new college to resume funding to live, glasses broke yesterday, I have ED, dude I could go on all day. Am at my end, put an ad on craigslist that stated that I would do anything for money(didn't work), submitted something to Sharktank (didn't work), I would seriously suck dick for money at this point in time, do you need someone to shoot themselves in the foot on purpose? How about a skit called the village idiot, I would literally do anything you asked! I do not want to be rich, but I would like to be comfortable and drive a decent car and know that I can send my kids to college, maybe actually do something with my family for once! PLEASE HELP!! For real you could just web cam me to do something stupid so you can get a laugh once a week. I put in applications all the time and never get hired because having a large family requires a large income to survive. Yes, would also hurt myself for money, do not care anymore!!!! I would do anything for my family.

Submitted by Karen Harris (not verified) on

Jimmy - I'm very sorry about your accident. That must have been terribly painful - to say the least!

In February, I was outside, lost my balance and grabbed onto the cyclone fence with my ring finger. Ruptured the end tendon but couldn't get it fully repaired. I hope you have success in your rehab.

Submitted by Kayla (not verified) on

Dear Jimmy Fallon, I am 10 years old I am a HUGE fan of your show and I always wanted to be on your show and if I get to be on your show I want to teach you how to play these 3 games I just downloaded you will find out once I get on the show well.... IF I get on lol. 1 includes a laptop and 2 include a phone. :) ^_^ ser you st the show! MAYBE!!!!! Oh and btw im from Florida :3

Submitted by Kayla (not verified) on

I mean see you on the show... lol sorry

Submitted by Linda Sheridan (not verified) on

The Don Rickles guest spot was so funny..he is the best. In the early 1980's Mr. Rickles was performing at Resorts International in Atlantic City, NJ and I took a friend who was a big fan. We were having dinner before the show and Mr. Rickles was sitting a few tables over from us. My friend ask the waiter if he could go over and say hi, but the waiter said no. So we went back to our dinner and at dessert I noticed that Mr. Rickles was leaving and walking right past our table..I didn't want to be an annoying fan and all of a sudden I yelled out at him HEY ISN'T THAT JOHNNY CARSON...he came right over to the table and kissed my hand and said you got me.... he was delightful and the show was great... he even made mention of me on the show... what a great night.

Submitted by J.D. ROCKLE (not verified) on

I find that the bright white bandage on Jimmy's finger is very distracting, and i think it detracts from the important subjects brought to light during his monolog. As a temporary solution I purpose that you should take a finger selfie of his right finger, print it out on some stretchy fabric, then fashion up a little mini Faux Finga Cuva! Ya know, like little finga hosiery to make that finga look fine like fo mo foes! Jaja! That just funny chit yo. ; )

Submitted by Kathy (not verified) on

I have a really great idea. Whenever I share my idea with anyone, they tell me i MUST share it with Jimmy Fallon. How do I get this to him?

Submitted by Cory on

You can send fan mail to Jimmy Fallon at:
Jimmy Fallon
c/o Creative Artists Agency
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

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Submitted by Emily Berkes (not verified) on

Hi... I've been trying to raise money for the Epilepsy Foundation and was hoping you could help... I was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of fifteen (I'm twenty three now) and ever since then I've learned that the Epilepsy Foundation needs attention so it can help people like me.

Submitted by Dawn Bella (not verified) on

My husband has been shaving his head since the 90's! I have finally got him to commit to NOT shaving his head for the whole month of November. He had a full head of hair when he started. This will be interesting how it all comes in. Wondering if you will be going shave free for the month. We are thinking about documenting the process. NEED A SPECIAL GUEST?

Submitted by Amy Frederick (not verified) on

Just wanted to say what a great late night host you are and very talented. I was just wondering how to get personal response to a question. Do you really play guitar as I see you in a clip with Neil Young? If so you are one of the most versatile persons on TV today and enjoy the clips I see of your show. I rarely sit up long enough to watch the whole show but what I have seen is amazing. As much as I have lloved Johnny Carson over the years and some of Jay Leno you are by far the best choice for the show!!! Thank you!!!

Submitted by Edgar carrera (not verified) on

I will creating my own talk show YouTube web series because seeing you inspired me but I love in a small town in Illinois and I want to show the creative stars that are just urging to have there momment to shine bright but i know you will never respond considering how busy you must be but my main question is what does it take to bring an idea to life like a talk show for instance? My plan is to show America that stars can come from nowhere thank you Mr.Fallon for showing me that any one can bring an idea to life by just having a sense of humor and creativity on my first episode I will do a big shout out to you so I hope you watch it.

Submitted by Lynn (not verified) on

Stop the fat jokes and cruelty about Gov. Christie's weight

Submitted by Chuck92@yahoo.com (not verified) on

Hi. Im a advid fan of Jimmy's show every night. But i laugh my butt off of him and Taylor Swifts EW!!!! So hillarious the funniest one. She makes it a PERFECT SKIT. She has me cracking up. Especially her dorky dancing lolll PLEASE HAVE THEM REINACT ANOTHER NEW EW SKIT!!!

Submitted by Chuck92@yahoo.com (not verified) on

Thankyou so much for having a new EW skit this past wednesday night!! Even tho it wasn't Taylor Swift it was Hot seeing Jennifer Lopez joining you on EW. Your are sooo Hilliarious as Sara lollll. Think about turning her character into a movie, definetly have Taylor Swift in it lol
Or an idea you and J.T. ( Timberlake ) reinact on your show Andy and Barry Gibbs The Bees you two did on SNL LOLL. I laughed all night long after seeing you play Barry Gibbs impression lol
Thankyou again for a new EW THE OTHER NIGHT. ( made my day.
You are freaking awesome Jimmy Fallon.

Submitted by A. Newman (not verified) on

Jimmy, I like you and you got the job but please show up sometime! You are not Carson who took off 2 nights a week . Kimmel and Colbert seem to show up more often. Your fans follow you but not if they have to swallow yesterday's programs. A word to the wise!

Submitted by elizabeth Mulatti (not verified) on

watching you last night I couldn't get over how much you look like TONY ORLANDO! Perhaps you could try the look and sing one of his songs?

Submitted by Katherine (not verified) on

Hey, I just want to clarify from EW!, is Sara spelled with the "H"?
In one skit with JLo, you said "Hi, my name is Sara but without the "H" because "H's" are EW!"
Then in the song EW! you stated:
"Hi my name is Sara, that's Sara with an H"
Can you please advise, its bugging me not knowing!

Submitted by Linda (not verified) on

Those of us in the Chicago area could not watch The Tonight Show June 22nd because NBC chicago kept running the weather reports due to the recent bad weather..can you have the young man who just graduated 8th grade on again??please ...we all missed his big debut..and no its not the same watching it on Utube or the internet..thanks...Regardss..A regular Tonight Show Viewer

Submitted by Mary Hamilton (not verified) on

Jimmy, You missed a great opportunity to poke fun at Hillary for mistakenly reading the word SIGH on her Teleprompter. It was hilarious! Come on!!! You made jokes about the way Trump breathed heavily through his nose during a speech and it was funny. Be fair and poke fun at both sides. Don't be so obvious in your personal politics.

Submitted by Mike Hicks (not verified) on

Jay Leno had the best monologues and made fun of both political parties. I used to really enjoy watching the Tonight Show. I want to just watch and laugh. Not have to listen to one sided political jokes every night. I am done watching.

Submitted by Tobias (not verified) on

Your interviews always circle back to you.
I'd like to hear from your guests not about you.
Just do your own skits your funnier.

Submitted by Roberta eures (not verified) on

It was a great show. So sorry you got hate mail over it. I stopped watching 6months ago because it seemed bias to Clinton but now I will watch again. Your wonderful and will always be a star. I care for America and Americans. The unjust to our system has had my up in arms lately. Thanks again

Submitted by Michel Desjardins (not verified) on

In the words of our beloved departed Pierre Elliott Trudeau .
You probably was called worst by a lot better people than them.

Media are there to create havoc and nothing else for they thrive on everything that is false and create
falsehood in mostly everything.

We love you Jimmy yes even in Canada, you are doing a great job.

Submitted by J Watson (not verified) on

Boo! How could you?! What a wasted opportunity to comically hold a liar to account. You were banal and way out of your depth. You tried to normalize one of the greatest threats facing the United States. Shame on you. Shame! I had but no longer respect your choices or your show. You have lost a fan. Boo!

Submitted by Kathryn in Rochester (not verified) on

Rubbing Donald Trumo's head like he is a harmless puppy is not funny. What is wrong with you?

Submitted by Julie (not verified) on

Hey Jimmy! I've always been your fan, but became recently disappointed in the segment ridiculing peanut allergies. I have 2 sons with life threatening food allergies. My oldest, age 8, has a peanut and tree nut allergy. We spend 24/7 advocating, encouraging, checking food, checking surroundings, making sure foods are safe by calling ahead, cooking and bringing food, etc., etc., not to mention teaching both our boys to be kind. You are a funny guy, but never is it funny to poke fun at someone with a medical condition, and there are tons of kids who look up to you, kids with food allergies. It is life or death for them, and they did not ask for this. Don't lose compassion or you lose fans.

Submitted by Britney (not verified) on

Hey Jimmy, saw what you did to Trump's hair, you know what would really be funny? Why don't you also do that with Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Submitted by Mario Gramegna (not verified) on

Hi Mr. Fallon,

First off I am a big fan of your show, and of you. I am writing to you because I saw your show from 9/22/16, and I was unaware that your dad sang doo-wop. I sang with the group The Reflections for 30 years. Not the "Romeo and Juliet" group, but the group from 1959. We had hits like "Really must know", "Rocket to the moon", "Maybe tomorrow", "Sweet was the wine", etc. I would love to talk with you on a one to one basis, and perhaps even your dad. There are only myself and one other member left, as everyone else has passed on. I was the youngest guy in the group. I am not asking to come on your show, as I am nobody special, and people don't want to hear my stories. I would just love to sit and talk with you, maybe over a couple of beers, or something. My e-mail address is mariog6007@aol.com. I live on long island in suffolk county. I promise you I am not some weirdo, that I just love oldies music so much, and that I love to talk to people who have the same passion as I. Also, one of my good friends, who also loves oldies, went to school with Frankie Lymon, and he used to sing on the street corner with him . Hope to hear from you, and have a great day.


Submitted by Mic (not verified) on

Dear Jimmy,
My husband and I enjoy watching your show, but I have noticed you've become different in your attitude towards Donald Trump. You had him on your show and you weren't nice like you use to be to him. I noticed you are making more rude jokes about him. Why is that? I am losing respect for you as you lower yourself.

Submitted by Michelle gallarelli (not verified) on

I have been watching the Tonight show for years since Johnny Carson and I loved it when jay Leno hosted and still love it now as you host it! You are incredible and very entertaining! But I'm bothered as to shy you are so anti-Trump?? Would you be anti-Hillary if she won?? I doubt it!!

Submitted by Nick C (not verified) on

Dear Mr. Fallon,

I feel so honored to be able to contact you. I am a huge fan of your show and all of the freestyle rapping and lip flips. Since you're so good at what you do, I was just wondering if you could help me with some comedy. My high school does one of those senior talent shows where whoever wins it gets the title Mr. (whatever high school). Since I am eligible for it as a senior, I was just wondering if you might be able to help me out with some schtick. I still have yet to write a script, but I can send it to you when it's done. The show is in late April, so we have more than enough time. I was basically going to have a talk show like yours in a not shell. Thank you for your time.


Submitted by Connie G (not verified) on

Was completely excited when you were chosen to replace Jay Leno. Watched your first show as you nervously set the stage for your own Tonight Show. Set up my DVR to record each show in case I missed it. All was good until the elections. Sure we do not need to see eye to eye on who we choose to vote for. But no one has a right to belittle the future president of the United States as you have. Do you not respect the choice of the country. The night after the election you said that your job was to make people laugh. That used to be true of you, but now it seems the only way you know how to attempt to make people laugh is by belittling our president elect. Did you or Jay Leno do this to our current president? Certainly there was much to be criticized but the country honored the position he held. If you feel so badly about what the majority of the country voted for, maybe you should take your show to another country. I no longer DVR your show nor watch it live. I miss the old Jimmy Fallon who made me laugh; not the cynical new Jimmy who tries to make us laugh by belittling other people.

Submitted by VERY DISAPOINTE... (not verified) on

I have been a fan since before The Tonight Show. I have also been to many of your shows when I have been in NYC to volunteer for the NYC Marathon. I was so disappointed tonight when you cringed at those that cheered for the Falcons & then was OK with those who cheered for the Packers. Then to add further insult to injury, you did 6 superlatives for the Packers & only 2 for the Falcons. I have been a Falcons fan for most of my life & IT IS A BIG DEAL that they have made it this far in the playoffs, win or loose! Show some respect for the underdog. I hope we beat the pants off of the Packers & then see what you have to say....

Submitted by Keith Stark (not verified) on

Thank you for for being you.. your existence and kindness and intelligent humor is what we all need in this world. Your w0rds about us all on the opening of the 1/20/2017 show
was on point and bountiful and inspiring. Thank you Mr.

Submitted by Luke (not verified) on

I think it would be funny if you had me on your show as an Australian "star" and see if anyone noticed. I'm up for it. PS you're alright

Submitted by Kat (not verified) on

After a full day of hearing about politics it would be refreshing if you told some jokes, instead of making fun of The President. I've watched your show since day one and enjoyed it. During the campaign your political jokes were tolerable even expected and balanced. Since the election it seems like your show is ALL about Trump. I guess that's how he got so popular. Any publicity seems to be good publicity and free publicity is even better especially from late nite shows. I will continue to check in and see if you can make me laugh again. I have been turning you off when I hear constant political jokes. Please come back to comedy, we miss you

Submitted by John Holmes (not verified) on

Not sure how you stayed on air this long. Your a lefty snowflake that cant think on your own. You can onlyspill out other peoples jokes or what your told. Bottom line is your the actual joke and are bad at show business. Please go away we need someone that is actual funny so we can watch tv again and laugh.Everytime I see you i need to channel cause your bad at what you do. Hollywood movies and anything that is on tv anymore is a remake or its sucks. You lefties have no imagination and cant come up with anything original please resign now.

Submitted by Helen Suarez (not verified) on

Jimmy, just really love you and the show. I watch you almost every night M-F. I was never a "laugh out loud" person. But when I watch..."LAUGH OUT LOUD". You are SO talented. You always look sharp and you seem to be a very sincere man. Thanks for the laughs !!

Submitted by Jodan(yes that ... (not verified) on

good day Jimmy. As someone like a year older than me, who would still go by Jimmy. Hendrix, kimell, Snuka, ya there are a few I guess and I used "like" so well played sir, beat you to the obvious dig there. my name is Jodan Macdonald, I am from Canada. I don't watch you show often but I do get the best clips off you tube so I can still be classified as a fan. I did like the base ball movie, not sure of the name, but as a Canadian baseball is like bowling to us, drinking and eating during a professional sporting event is not a thing we do. ever seen an Edmonton oiler eat a corn dog in between shifts? no sir. any ways, I have lost my job, girlfriend, had to rehome my dog and recently crashed my car into a haybale(not even making that up) and wonder if you have a job available. I am a great coffee fetcher (unless its some creamy frappe something that I don't even understand). if you got a mild paced entry level position I would be super interested, will probably need to rent a room in your house as well. hit me back.

Submitted by Dee smith (not verified) on

We are older. I got my adult kids hooked on jimmy Fallon. So funny. But I now notice there seems to be an abundance of trump jokes, more than previous administration. Prepresidency funny! Please do not cross the line of political ugliness with all country split with this admin. You have fans that voted for him and want to still be your fan and enjoy your great show. Just asking for fun but no tilt of obvious bitterness from his election. Everyone knows Hollywood does not like him. Both sides love balance of comedy. Not too many good shows on TV ANYMORE. Keep your high standard. Thanks.

Submitted by Joe Stone (not verified) on

You had Todd playing with your band, and the best you could come up with is "Why can't we be friends?" What the hell is the matter with you? What the hell happened to "Why can't I just tell you?" BEST song he ever did.

Submitted by Debbie (not verified) on

You have got to man up and stop letting these people push you around. You did NOTHING wrong in your interview!

Submitted by Debbie (not verified) on

...when I say "these people" I mean the libs. Why on EARTH are you letting them push you around? Watching you cave and seeing how it is impacting your show truly sickens me. Put on your big boy pants and stand up to them STAT. You sound so weak when you apologize for the Trump interview in the media. You are a grown man who is allowing himself to be bullied. STOP!

Submitted by T Grabowski (not verified) on

I know things look tough right now, but don't give in. You are the first person I saw do a late night television show and you were great.
There are a lot of hateful people out there that can't move past a moment in our history, the last election. It's not you, it's all the hatred and unrest in our country.
Do what you do best.

Submitted by Sally (not verified) on

I read the NYT article about how the ratings dropped after the Trump interview and have to admit that I was one of your fans that was really upset that you would consider giving him any air time. I was worried that he was getting so much free air time that he might just win. I was working really hard to campaign for anyone that could run against him fearing his "qualities" would be a disaster. I have loved your sense of humor since SNL and after reading the NYT article was sorry that your ratings suffered, not because of the Trump interview, but because of Trump. SNL did fine with Palin! You're one of the great comedians and I'm grateful that you're one of the late night shows. Love the off-the-wall variety of your show, your infectious laughter and your stand-up! Thank you for all the laughs!!

Submitted by Deborah Park (not verified) on

Mr. Fallon. I'm sure I'm not in your ideal demographic. Female 65. Since you replaced Jay Leno I've turned into your show a handful of times. Watching maybe the first 10 minutes of your show. The truth is, you have maybe 60-120 seconds to make an impact on your listener. It's not happening. I know you must be a talented entertainer. Perhaps, if you created your own jokes and chose your own evening theme. Whoever is writing your material or choosing the people for your interview is doing a poor job. This past year, especially currently, it seems all you can do is slam our President Trump and his administration. Surely you realize that in the United States there is a min. of 50% of We the People, who don't find your constant slamming and spewing lies of our President Trump funny. Actually it's quite offensive. Now, if being offensive is your agenda to piss off 50% of America, then you are accomplishing your goal. You make a lot of money and that's awesome. But, as your child grows there will be a time when you must decide. Make my child proud of his dad. Or, just make money. The choice will be yours. You look like a nice and kind young man. I hope you will eventually make the right decision. I wish you well.


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