Rory Albanese

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Rory Albanese, 2011

Rory Albanese (born 29 May 1977), a Long Island, New York native, was an executive producer and writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, which he joined in 1999 until October 2013. Albanese is also an accomplished stand-up comedian.[1]

Career[edit]

Stand Up[edit]

In the summer of 2006 he joined Lewis Black's "Red White and Screwed" tour performing with Lewis all over the country. Most recently, Albanese has been seen performing with Daily Show correspondents John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac, as well as headlining his own shows at clubs and colleges throughout the country.

Other Work[edit]

Main article: The Bugle

He is the voice of 'The American' on The Bugle podcast.

Upcoming TV & Film Work[edit]

Albanese's first half-hour comedy special premiered April 2, 2010 on Comedy Central.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Albanese graduated from Boston University's College of Communication in 1999.[3]

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