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'Late Shift' Author Bill Carter Pens David Letterman Tribute: Laughs, Legacy and Leno

This story initially showed up in the May 22 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To get the magazine, click here to subscribe.

'Late Shift' Author Bill Carter Pens David Letterman Tribute: Laughs, Legacy and Leno


If you somehow happened to combine every one of that has happened lately in the late-night enclosure into one epic inside-TV form of Game of Thrones — for this situation, Game of Desk Chairs — the focal figure, the comic legend, would take care of business whose rule has extended more than three decades, two systems and innumerable snippets of unique, noteworthy parody and also individual, curiously suggest on-air disclosures.

David Letterman, who will end his 33-year run May 20, has been a convincing, complex vicinity in American society since two well known Jimmys were in props and another was in the White House. "Letterman is, by any standard, a milestone entertainer," says Howard Stringer, the official who conveyed the comic to CBS in 1993 and put him up in a point of interest expanding on Broad
'Late Shift' Author Bill Carter Pens David Letterman Tribute: Laughs, Legacy and Leno 'Late Shift' Author Bill Carter Pens David Letterman Tribute: Laughs, Legacy and Leno Reviewed by Siva Prasad Epuri on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 Rating: 5

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