After a stint in the Navy from 1942 to 1945, he worked in a number of bands, joining Count Basie’s orchestra in 1948 and Duke Ellington’s in 1951.
The gangly, toothy Brenner made more than 150 appearances as a guest and substitute host on Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show,” starting in the 1970s.
An X-rated video of the late “Tonight Show” host Johnny Carson is for sale. Plus, the cameraman for the late “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin speaking out for the first time.
Jay Leno’s “Tonight” show ratings aren’t giving NBC anything to laugh at. The summer ratings for the late-night host’s “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” brought in the lowest ratings for “Tonight” on record for the […]
Car buff Jay Leno is heading back to Motown, a year after putting on two free performances for the area’s unemployed residents.