Medieval English

In Medieval English times, people used to pass on stories from one generation to the next in the form of folk songs. Usually, these songs are anonymous and tell tragic or comic tales with an emphasis on a central dramatic event.

During the Renaissance, poets began to use this form as a way to express their lilting verbal melodies. The result was the ballad form, which is still very prevalent in English literature today.

Lorne Michaels

Lorne Michaels, the creator of Saturday Night Live, received his stage name from a medieval english ballad. He was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and has three children.

He began working as a writer and producer in Canada, then moved to Los Angeles and New York. In 1975, he began creating Saturday Night Live. It has become one of the most famous comedy shows on television.

David Letterman

David Joseph Letterman was born on April 12, 1947, in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is of German, English, and Scots-Irish descent.

He began his career as a weatherman and TV announcer before landing a gig on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. His edgy, self-mocking humour quickly attracted a cult following and inspired many other comedians to follow him.

Jack Nicholson

Jack Nicholson is an Medieval English American actor, film director, screenwriter and producer. He is renowned for his often dark-themed portrayals of neurotic characters.

He has won three Academy Awards and been nominated for 12 additional Oscars. His also received seven Golden Globe Awards and a Kennedy Center Honors award.

David Bowie

In the early 1960s, Bowie changed his name to avoid confusion with the lead singer of The Monkees. He also dabbled in other art forms, such as mime and painting, but he didn’t make a mark until his breakthrough with Space Oddity.

In 1979, Bowie shifted gears with Medieval English, completing the Berlin trilogy. It embraced a world traveler’s wanderlust that reached out beyond the Cold War Europe of its predecessors.

Jon Hamm

Jon Hamm is a famous actor who gained fame playing philandering ad executive Don Draper on AMC’s Mad Men. He won eight Emmy Award nominations and two Golden Globe Awards for his work on the show.

After a career as a waiter, he moved to Los Angeles and began working on a variety of TV and film projects. He made his feature-film debut in 2000’s Space Cowboys (opposite Clint Eastwood and Tommy Lee Jones) and then landed a supporting role in Mel Gibson’s military drama We Were Soldiers.

Seth MacFarlane

MacFarlane is an American artist, film director, screenwriter and actor. He is best known for creating the hit animated series Family Guy and American Dad!

A talented singer, he also has a passion for classic American pop music. He released a debut album of 1940s and 1950s show tunes in 2011, entitled Music Is Better Than Words.

Seth Rogen

Seth Aaron Rogen was born in Vancouver, Canada and started performing stand-up comedy at an early age. Eventually, he got the opportunity to move to Los Angeles where he landed a spot in Judd Apatow’s short-lived TV series Freaks and Geeks.

He has been a mainstay in the comedic industry ever since. He has won a handful of awards for his work and is a talented voice actor.

Stephen Colbert

During his time on the “Daily Show,” Colbert adopted the satirical persona of an idiotic conservative political pundit, which made him famous. His comedy style and line delivery have influenced many comedians.

After he left the “Daily Show,” Colbert launched his own spoof news show, The Colbert Report, on Comedy Central in 2005. He quickly became one of the network’s top-rated shows.

Jimmy Fallon

In 2014, Jimmy Fallon replaced Jay Leno as host of The Tonight Show. his became the sixth host of the iconic show, which has been telecast at Rockefeller Center since 1954.

He also hosted Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (2009-2014). his is known for his exuberant personality and emphasis on music and video games. He has also written several books, mainly aimed at children.

Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart is a comedian, political commentator, actor, director and television host. He was the co-anchor of The Daily Show, a satirical news program on Comedy Central, from 1999 to 2015.


He has lent his voice to several animated films. He has also won a Tony award for his musical adaptation of the Kiss of the Spider Woman.

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