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List of The Daily Show guests

 

List of The Daily Show guests

This is a list of noteworthy guests on The Daily Show. As of his appearance on August 15, 2012, Brian Williams has made 15 appearances as an interview guest. Prior to Williams, the most frequently appearing guest on the program was Sen. John McCain with 13 visits. McCain was introduced by Jon Stewart as the "most frequently appearing guest" during McCain's appearance on 16 August 2007.

Lists of all guests by year

The following lists contain a list of guests for that particular year as well as the project (book, album, film, etc.) they came to promote.

  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013

Politicians

Heads of state, heads of government, deputy heads of state or their spouses

Members of the United States Cabinet

Members of the United States Senate

Members of the United States House of Representatives

Other Federal Officers and Advisers

Governors

Mayors

Other political guests

Journalists

Actors and actresses

Musicians

Businessmen

Writers

References

External links

  • The Internet Movie Database
  • guests at ShunTV.net (from Jon Stewart's takeover to January 6, 2005)
  • at interbridge.com
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