Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon

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Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon

James Thomas Fallon or often also called James Fallon, profession as a Presenter, comedian, actor, singer, writer and producer in America.

The family settled in Saugerties, New York, while his father worked at IBM, Kingston, New York. Fallon graduated from the primary school of St Mary Of Snow, a Roman Catholic Elementary School in Sugerties. She entered HIGH SCHOOL in Saugerties and graduated in 1992.

James continued his lecture at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. He was in the Department of computer science at that time, but later he moved in the Department of communications, after a few years he studied the courses. The reason switching majors, because Fallon could not mathematics, so she always gets bad grades, and in the end she decided to switch majors.

The right to family life on 22 December 2007, Fallon was married to a film producer named, Nancy Juvonen, who was also an owner of production company Flowers Films. from this marriage, he had two daughters who were born in the year 2013 and in 2014.

Before the world’s most famous entertainment, Fallon has attended a comedy contest in the event of BANANAS COMEDY CLUB, in Poughkeepsie, New York. James Fallon was known when he became a member of the host on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE from the years 1998 to 2004, and was also a presenter on the show LATE NIGTH WITH JIMMY FALLON that began in the years 2009 to 2014.

Later he also enters the world of the music industry, and managed to make two albums entitled, THE BATHROOM WALL and BLOW YOUR PANTS OFF. In addition to the album, he also had four singles, the third single, she sang a Duet with John Rich and shared fourth single will. i.am. Current Fallon Middle busy with his show that increasingly made his name bounced, i.e., THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON who is also a screenwriter and executive producer.

Awards

  • Lifetime Achievement Award (2009)
  • Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – Nonfiction “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” (2009)
  • Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – Nonfiction “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” (2010)
  • People’s Choice Award for Favorite Online Sensation” (2011)
  • People’s Choice Award for Favorite Late Night TV Host ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” (2012)
  • Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Talk Show “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” (2012)
  • Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series “Saturday Night Live” (2012)
  • People’s Choice Award for Favorite Late Night Talk Show Host “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” (2013)
  • Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album “Blow Your Pants Off” (2013)
  • Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Talk Show “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (2014)
  • Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series “Saturday Night Live” (2014)
  • Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Interactive Program “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (2014)
  • People’s Choice Award for Favorite Late Night Talk Show Host “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (2015)

Biography

Also known as: Jimmy Fallon

Birth Name: James Thomas Fallon

Birth Place: Bay Ridge, New York City, New York, United States

Birth Date/Age: 1974 September 19

Occupation: Actor, Comedian and Television host

Nationality: American

Father : James W Fallon, Sr.

Mother : Gloria Fallon (née Feeley)

Spouse/Wife : Nancy Juvonen (Married Since 2007)

 

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Jimmy Fallon

Creative Artists Agency

2000 Avenue of the Stars

Los Angeles, CA 90067 USA

Phone number : (424) 288.2000

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22 thoughts on “Jimmy Fallon

  1. hi jimmy fallon my name is john henry pickett i am 26 years old and i see your show 5 days a week monday to friday and i like your show can you mail autograph picture of you and can you mail 3×4 picture of you and james poyser and steve higgins one of each and i reply no answer back and do you reply back to me and hope to here back from you love john henry pickett and thank you so much whats your fan mail for 2018 to 2019 email for 2018 to 2019 than you again

  2. Hello,
    I do not watch your show, but have seen you in the news a few times. I am not trying to hurt you, but to make you think. I do believe to have achieved your position, you must have comedic talent. I did see a news clip with you ruffling President Trump’s hair. I thought it was amazing he agreed to that, but he was a good sport and you seemed to be as well. Now I read that, months later, you are apologizing for that interaction and ‘humanizing” President Trump. People want you to instead continue to “bash the President.” And then I heard much more about your show. I ask you to remember, it is not only our success, it is our character that matters. I’m sure your parents like to think they taught you that. Yes, it is easy to get laughs by bullying others, but what example are you setting for your children in doing so? It is easy to give in to pressure, even if by doing so you relinquish who you are, but what example are you setting for your children? Perhaps that is really you, I do not know. I hope for your children’s sake it is not. I don’t even know if you have a family. Finally I ask, how much longer can we watch our society deteriorate, our values deteriorate, to the point where lying about and laughing at someone means success?
    Just some thoughts which will not be popular on this site. Or perhaps it may make some think, and if it is even one person, I would be happy.
    We all make mistakes for which we must apologize. We all do things for which we shouldn’t apologize, no matter the pressure.
    Best wishes,
    Deborah

    1. I agree with a couple letters that I have read here!! I USE TO LOVE YOUR SHOW ESPECIALLY WHEN TRUMP WAS ON AND LET YOU MAKE SURE HIS HAIR WAS REAL!!! He was always a good sport with you and Jimmie Kimmel too! I met him when I lived in Atlantic City and my DAUGHTER WORKED IN HIS CASINO. He was always pleasant to anyone we ever saw him around! I HATE HATE HOW YOU HAVE TALKED DOWN ABOUT HIM NOW,,YOU ARE AS BAD AS THAT SLEEZY SETH MEYERS WHO WOULDN’T EVEN HAVE A DAMN SHOW IF HE WASNT TALKING ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMP!!!! HES A HATEFUL LITTLE WORM And YOU ARE GETTING JUST LIKE HIM!!! Neither of you ARE FUNNY ANY MORE!. IF YOU THINK SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM IS A JOKE YOU NEED TO READ ABOUT IT! And as far AS YOU AT HOME SHOW….. ITS SUCKS,,,SO DOES YOUR DISRESPECT FOR A MAN THAT HAS DONE MORE FOR THIS COUNTRY THAN ANY PRESIDENT SINCE ABRAHAM LINCOLN!!! I won’t watch your SHOW AGAIN,,,!!!!!! I AM VERY DISAPPOINTED IN YOU! I USE TO THINK YOU WERE REALLY A NICE GUY BUT I GUESS THAT WAS ALL AN ACT!!

      Think ABOUT IT,,,
      Sandra

  3. Sir, you were the last late night show I would watch because you seemed to be more like Johnny Carson. He was able to poke fun at everyone and not wallow in the gutter of politics. Well now by apologizing for “normalizing Trump”, your true colors are showing. I can only come to one of two conclusions; one is the peer pressure in Hollywood is so strong and your character is so weak that you cannot stand up to that pressure or two you have always felt this way. I believe, like me, that the other 61 million people who voted for Trump are turning off your program.. You are now cast in the same light as Fonda, Samantha Bee, Rogan, De Niro and Kathy Griffin all are very disgusting in their treatment of fellow Americans and a duly elected President. I do not advocate boycotts as it is your right to do as you wish as can I and many others as we vote with our dollars. I will not support any sponsor on your show. I am not alone, and you sponsors know that people vote with their wallets. Sir, I think you have made a terrible mistake by participating in “Trump Derangement” with this act. Good luck.

  4. Hi Jimmy! Your home show edition March 31st with Demie Levoto you repeated saying… I love you to her back and forth back and forth… She is younger than you and last time I checked you are married with children at that. How do you get away by saying things like that while being married On national television too boot! She is a way younger woman too… I personally dont think it’s right nor fair. How and what does your wife think about it… Especially tonight’s episode you aired?

  5. Thank you for your lovely home shows with the kids Jimmy. Tonight Lady Gaga did not mention Garth Brooks as a guest on the upcoming One World Together show. Any chance you could ask Gaga if he could be added to the list of entertainers?
    Much appreciated Jimmy.

  6. Dear Jimmy,
    Our family loves you and your beautiful family. Thank you for making our day, especially during these scary times, whenever we see your show!
    Just an idea for one of your monologues – in the movie Seed of Chucky = his son Glen
    (he does not know if he is a girl or boy, looks just like Jared Kushner – TAKE A LOOK!

  7. Jimmy at Home is the BEST show on TV. Do not go back to the old format and just keep going at home wirh your wife and kidd. Just saw Ashtin and his wife from Thats 70s and it was awesome. Great show. My wife and I are in our 50’s and now watch and look forward to your show every night and stopped watching Steven C’s show sin e your new show started. We are from Massachusetts.

  8. Why would you apologise for a black face routine years ago?
    Do you think Al Jolson would apologise?
    It is in fact racist to accuse anyone of a backface comedy sketch of being racist.
    I’m afraid black people have no sense of humour and should do more white face sketches, see if we care.

  9. Jimmy, Thank you for continuing to work and making everyone laugh during this sad time. I can’t believe you apologized for something so ridiculous that happened 20 years ago, you are a class act. I think who ever did this to you is a very small and petty person with nothing better to do (especially now!) shame on them. Do not give this a second thought FUHGUDDABOUDIT. Please keep making us laugh, we look forward to your show every night and miss you on the weekends you are the nicest and funniest person on this planet and we love you……..

  10. Mr. Fallon
    I just watched your most recent episode and I wanted to just say Thanks. I am a mother of three young adult men. 21,19, and 17. they have watched their world alther in the form of a pandemic. One still goes to work every day for UPS, the other had to stop his brand new business as a professional photographer when it hit and the youngest fears for his upcoming senior year. As if that was not world altering enough, we get hit with the protests and riots. I am a high school teacher who misses my students like crazy and worries about them all the time. I have a husband who drives rigs for a living (I try very hard not to think about what he encounters, I will lose my mind!) I find that I am so angry and with no where to put it. I am terrified everyday of what tomorrow will hold for my sons, who worry what their futures will look like. I feel the pain my seniors are in for losing so much so fast. And there are no answers that can begin to help. Tonight you had another educator on and I wanted to go through the screen and hug her so much! I am NOT the teacher who says I don’t see color or race or creed or nationality, I often celebrate the difference. I often flip the bird at my black friends who laugh at my sunburs, as I glow in the dark, peel and get more freckles, because they don’t have to worry about it. I talk about how much I would LOVE to have hair with some semblance of body and not just so freaking strait and they tell me to shut up! You have NO idea! My sons have friends of all color, race, creed, religion, and sexual orientation. My job was to teach them to embrace the difference, not ignore it. It’s right freaken there man! I will never forget when one of my boys came home and explained he had new friends in lower elementary but couldn’t remember their names, but one was light brown and the other was dark brown and he was white brown and they could be the rainbow boys. By far the sweetest and funniest discussion ever. My sons best friend in school was Arabic and I remember meeting his mother and her telling me she was surprised that I was OK with our sons being friends. I asked why and she told me that many like me did not want their children to hang out with muslim children. I asked her if she had an issue that I was Christian and she looked confused. I told her that if the fact that when I pray I call him Jesus and you call him Allah, we pray, we are good. I see so much unrest and fear and sadness and poverty and loss that I struggle to tell my boys that this too shall pass, but I do for all of us. I see color, I am not freaking blind. But I love color. It is someone who knows something different than me. You can be an ass hole white, black, brown, red or yellow. That is color blind. The same can be true for kindness. thank you for being able to say to millions what I hope and pray everyday I can give to three and 150 in a couple of months.

  11. To whom it may concern,

    I am writing today with a simple question. Why do I have to choose between the police I back and the communities around us regardless of color, religion, race, or sexual preference?
    I am an educator who strongly believes in the rights of all people, regardless of who they are. Several years ago, education began changing the verbiage we use when it came to students with disabilities. For many years, we spoke of dyslexic students, autistic students etc., however we now state students with dyslexia or students with autism as it puts the student first. In many ways this applies today. I am a person who is white, many of my friends are people who are black, my sons fiancé is a person who is Filipino, but we are all people.
    I have so many friends who are officers who I would be lost without. I want to know if something, God forbid, happens to my children that someone will work to find the person responsible. If someone opens fire in my school, I want to know someone with a badge and training will be there to help us all. If someone commits an act such as robbery, murder, rape, vandalism, or terrorism, I want to know the police are working to find them. Why do I have to choose, why should any of us have to see them as sperate?
    The idea of defunding the police makes me physically ill. Training and education, accountability for actions taken. This I can stand behind. The man who murdered Floyd was a horrible person who was not held accountable for his actions, not just once, but several times. We need to figure out how to do the obvious things, as there are bad people in all walks of life. Bad teachers, bad doctors, bad vets, hell bad dog walkers. We do not continue to let these people work in these professions, why officers?
    Look to the obvious, not the extreme. Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water.

  12. Talk about a sell out . You kowtow to black lives matter because you did a funny black face on snl 20 years ago. Where is your back bone. You should just pack your bag with all your millions and let someone do the show. You could not carry Johnny Carson’s trash bag to the street.

  13. Jimmy!
    We share the same birthdate, just 20 years apart. How awesome would it be to bring all the people together who share your birthday ( just different years) for a birthday celebration! I’m down with that!!! Love ya man!

  14. PLEASE! PLEASE! Please stop all the political Trump bashing! We are so sick of politics and the divisiveness it creates. We just need to laugh at simple things and not all the politics of the day which is causing so much stress in our lives, along with everything else we’ve had to deal with this year. I really enjoyed watching your kids with you earlier on the show, but since you’ve gone back to the studio I can no longer stand to watch because your jokes have taken such a turn. It’s just not funny anymore. I am really saddened by this because you were the only late night show that seemed to stand out with class and not go along with all the other late night shows. I always considered you to be a caring individual who didn’t wish to sink to the level that you are going to now. I think I’m just going to start watching old Lucy reruns and the like for my late night entertainment from now on. Blessings to you…..

  15. Hi Jimmy, TY for the wonderful interview with Terry Gross. And to learn that all the “Fresh Air” programs going back 45 years are now online. Great programming. Keep up the great work! And of course we love your humor too.

  16. Jimmy – I am 75 years old. The worst day of my life was not when I was diagnosed with lung cancer but seeing my 45 year old son cry when I was diagnosed with lung cancer. 22 years after stopping smoking

    You have two beautiful daughters. Don’t do this to them. Stop smoking!!!

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