1. Jack Paar wrote four books, including I Kid You Not and Three on a Toothbrush (1965).
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2. Jack Paar died in Greenwich, Connecticut on January 27, 2004.
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3. Jack Paar left The Tonight Show in 1962, and went on to host a weekly variety show titled The Jack Paar Program.
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4. Jack Paar was born on May 1, 1918, in Canton, Ohio.
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6. Jack Paar is best known for his stint as the second host of The Tonight Show from 1957 to 1962.
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8. Jack Paar died at his Greenwich, Connecticut, home on January 27, 2004, with his wife and daughter Randy by his side.
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10. Jack Paar came back to television on a regular basis beginning in January 1973, with Jack Paar Tonite which aired monthly as one of several rotating shows on ABC's Wide World of Entertainment.
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16. Jack Paar moved with his family to Jackson, Michigan, about 40 miles south of Lansing, as a child.
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18. In the spring of 2004, a memorial for Jack Paar was held at the Museum of Television and Radio in New York City.
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22. Jack Paar once described that show as "so modest we did it from the basement rumpus room of our house in Bronxville.
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23. Jack Paar returned to radio in 1950, hosting the $64 Question for one season, then quitting in a wage dispute after the show's sponsor pulled out and NBC insisted everyone involved take a pay cut.
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26. Jack Paar was enough of a hit on Benny's show that Benny's sponsor, the American Tobacco Company, decided to keep him on the air, moving him to ABC for the fall season.
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27. Jack Paar was drafted into the military in 1943 during World War II, interrupting his tenure as host of WBEN's morning show The Sun Greeter's Club.
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