1. Jon Stewart is living as a wing man for his wife, Tracey, an author and animal advocate.
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5. Jon Stewart has been done with "The Daily Show" for years, but he's still one of the strongest media critics around.
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6. Jon Stewart is pretty sure 'Donald Trump has been president forever'.
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8. Jon Stewart spends most of his time these days on his 12 bucolic acres in New Jersey, where he literally rescues city goats and gives them a more grass-forward existence.
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10. Jon Stewart was named one of the 2005 Time 100, an annual list of 100 of the most influential people of the year by TIME magazine.
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15. Jon Stewart proposed to her through a personalized crossword puzzle created with the help of Will Shortz, the crossword editor at The New York Times.
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16. Jon Stewart was an important factor in the unionization of the Comedy Central writers.
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19. Jon Stewart responded that he didn't realize "the news organizations look to Comedy Central for their cues on integrity.
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22. Jon Stewart returned to host the 80th Academy Awards on February 24, 2008.
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23. In March 2010, Jon Stewart announced that he had optioned rights to the story of journalist Maziar Bahari, who was imprisoned in Iran for 118 days.
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25. In 1998, Jon Stewart hosted the television special, Elmopalooza, celebrating 30 years of Sesame Street.
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26. Jon Stewart had a recurring role in The Larry Sanders Show, playing himself as an occasional substitute and possible successor to late-night talk show host Larry Sanders.
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28. Jon Stewart often makes fun of his appearances in the high-profile flop Death to Smoochy, in which he played a treacherous television executive; and the animated film Doogal, where he played a blue spring named Zeebad who shot a freeze ray from his mustache.
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30. In 2007, Jon Stewart voiced Mort Sinclaire, former TV comedy writer and communist, on Stephen Colbert's audiobook version of I Am America.
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32. In July 2017, HBO announced Jon Stewart would produce a stand-up comedy special for the network, his first stand-up special since 1996.
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36. In an interview on The O'Reilly Factor, Jon Stewart denied the show has any intentional political agenda, saying the goal was "schnicks and giggles.
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40. In 1992, Jon Stewart hosted the short-lived You Wrote It, You Watch It on MTV, which invited viewers to send in their stories to be acted out by the comedy troupe, The State.
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43. Jon Stewart agrees, saying that neither his show nor Comedy Central purport to be anything other than satire and comedy.
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45. Jon Stewart has had several film roles as an actor but did few cinematic projects after becoming host of The Daily Show in 1999.
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46. Jon Stewart started as a stand-up comedian but branched into television as host of Short Attention Span Theater for Comedy Central.
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