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About Jeff Cesario

Jeff is one of the most versatile and respected comedians working in the business today. He was born and raised a cheesehead and somehow managed to graduate from the University of Wisoconsin. For the next five years he was a writer for newspapers and magazines throughout the midwest and also a free-lance musician. That's correct, he was starving.

In 1980 he moved to Minneapolis and launched his career as a stand up comedian. After quickly attaining regional success, in '83 he moved to Los Angeles, and in '84 made his national television debut on "Latenight with David Letterman." Over the next decade he appeared many times on "The Tonight Show" with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno as well as the Letterman show and many other talk shows. Jeff starred in his own standup specials for both Showtime and HBO. He received a Cable Ace nomination for each, winning two.

Jeff used this success as a standup to springboard into writing and producing. In '94 he helped Dennis Miller launch "Dennis... Read More »
Jeff is one of the most versatile and respected comedians working in the business today. He was born and raised a cheesehead and somehow managed to graduate from the University of Wisoconsin. For the next five years he was a writer for newspapers and magazines throughout the midwest and also a free-lance musician. That's correct, he was starving.

In 1980 he moved to Minneapolis and launched his career as a stand up comedian. After quickly attaining regional success, in '83 he moved to Los Angeles, and in '84 made his national television debut on "Latenight with David Letterman." Over the next decade he appeared many times on "The Tonight Show" with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno as well as the Letterman show and many other talk shows. Jeff starred in his own standup specials for both Showtime and HBO. He received a Cable Ace nomination for each, winning two.

Jeff used this success as a standup to springboard into writing and producing. In '94 he helped Dennis Miller launch "Dennis Miller Live" on HBO and garnered two Emmys and two Cable Aces in the process, functioning as both writer and exectuve producer. He then became a producer and writer on the acclaimed "Larry Sanders Show" starring Garry Shandling.

He's just launched a sports parody website, Sportalicious! (http://www.sportalicious.com)

He got married recently and also bought a house which he and his wife are renovating, so if he seems out of breath, cut him some slack.

In 1988 Jeff moved into features, gaining screen credit for his work on the Warner Brothers feature, "Jack Frost." He recently finished a feature for Michael Douglas's company, and is developing both a feature script of his own and television seris. He writes and consults on Bob Costas' new HBO series "On The Record." Every Sunday night, Jeff hosts ESPN Classic's sports movie show, "Reel Classics." As a performer, he's in demand in the corporate market and at the finest comedy cenues around the country.