As the creative force behind the award-winning satire news program "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart has become known as "the most trusted man in America." The road to success was not always smooth. Learn how a young man overcame anti-Semitic bullying at an early age to eventually make millions of people laugh... and how a puppeteer for children with disabilities, a caterer, a busboy, a shelf stocker, and a bartender wound up helming a consistent ratings powerhouse and perennial Emmy-winning show that ironically has more influence than most of the shows it satirizes.
"It's great that they are doing these comics" CNN
"You'll probably want to get this book because there could be tidbits you do not know" Los Angeles Times
A must read for fans and should even intrigue non-fans" Philly.com