Stephen Colbert grew up in Charleston, South Carolina.
He studied acting at Northwestern and performed with the Second City comedy troupe in Chicago before teaming up with fellow cast members Amy Sedaris and Paul Dinello to create the sketch comedy "Exit 57" for Comedy Central, which lasted for two seasons. After the demise of "Exit 57," Stephen moved to "The Daily Show," then hosted by Craig Kilborn. Initially billed as "The New Guy," Stephen was the longest running correspondent on the show before getting his own show, "The Colbert Report," which has done well in it's slot after "the Daily Show."
Stephen is married and lives in New York City with his wife and three children.
|Weiner||May 20, 2016||Himself||7.5|
|Guardians of the Galaxy||Aug 1, 2014||Groot||8.6|
|I.O.U.S.A.||Aug 22, 2008||Himself||7.0|
|Conan O'Brien Can't Stop||Jun 24, 2011||Himself||6.4|
|Revenge of the Electric Car||Oct 21, 2011||Himself||4.7|
|The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies||Dec 17, 2014||Cast / Laketown Spy||7.0|
|Mr. Peabody & Sherman||Mar 7, 2014||Paul Peterson / Paul Peterson||6.6|
|Strangers with Candy||Jun 28, 2006||Co-Producer / Series Strangers With Candy / Written By||6.7|
|The Great New Wonderful||Jun 23, 2006||Principal Peersall (Segment "David And Allison's Story")||7.0|
|Monsters vs Aliens||Mar 27, 2009||President Hathaway||6.9|
|CSNY/Déjà Vu||Jul 25, 2008||Himself||8.0|
|Bewitched||Jun 24, 2005||Stu Robison||5.5|
|The Love Guru||Jun 20, 2008||Jay Kell||3.8|
|Gahan Wilson: Born Dead, Still Weird||Oct 11, 2013||Himself||5.0|