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You know Jay Leno from the nighttime staple “The Tonight Show,” but Leno has always been true to his stand-up comedy roots. Come hear Jay Leno tell the jokes he can't repeat on TV! Get your Jay Leno tickets now!
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Jan Leno Theater Tickets

Jay Leno is an American comedian, actor and writer, and one of the most prominent talk show hosts in American television. Leno has worked as the host of The Tonight Show for more than two decades, and he has made countless cameos in film and on TV. Purchase some Jay Leno tickets and watch one of the funniest comedians of the past 20 years perform on stage.

Leno’s comedy career first took off when he first appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in 1972. Then, While working the New York comedy club circuit, he landed a few uncredited roles in films and television shows. In 1977, he appeared in the film Fun With Dick and Jane, and in 1978 he appeared in American Hot Wax. Soon after, he reached a major career milestone when he was asked to substitute as host for Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show.

In 1992, he replaced Carson as host of The Tonight Show despite some controversy over who should have gotten the gig, Leno or David Letterman. He did not let the negative press affect him, though, and he has continued to perform stand-up comedy across the country during his tenure on The Tonight Show.