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Steve Bodow

Steve Bodow is the executive producer and former head writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

He is also a founding member and a past artistic director of the New York theater group Elevator Repair Service,[1] best known for Gatz, its full-text adaptation of The Great Gatsby.

Before joining The Daily Show in 2002, Bodow was a journalist for Wired, New York Magazine, Salon and the New York Times Magazine. He grew up in Rye, NY, graduating Rye High School, Yale University, and NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program. While at Yale, Bodow co-founded the improv group Just Add Water.[2]

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