The Late Late Show started out with veteran interviewer Tom Snyder, but Tom left the show in March 1999 and was replaced by host Craig Kilborn. Craig left the show in mid-2004, and the producers went through a long series of guest hosts before finding a permanent new host in another Craig: Craig Ferguson, the Scottish comedian who played the boss, 'Mr. Wick', on "The Drew Carey Show".
When Tom Snyder hosted the Late Late Show, there was no studio audience, just a one-on-one conversation with his guest. But when Craig Kilborn took over, the show started taping in front of a live studio audience. Which means you have the opportunity to attend a taping and see celebrities in person being interviewed.
What type of guests can you expect to see? Well, in the first weeks of 2005, guests included Jim Belushi, Katey Sagal, Patti LaBelle, Randy Jackson, John Larroquette, Vanessa Williams, Laila Ali, 'Baby Spice', Joe Montana, Laura Linney, Star Jones, Peter Boyle, Tori Spelling, Famke Jannsen, Blythe Danner, Jeff Gordon, and musical guests LeAnn Rimes, Scissor Sisters, Razorlight, The Zutons, Night Ranger and The Donnas.
For free tickets to the live
tapings just go to www.1iota.com
and order them online.
Getting there: CBS TV City is located just north of Farmer's Market, at the southeast corner of Fairfax Avenue and Beverly Blvd. / From Hollywood and Vine, take Vine Street south (almost two miles) to Beverly Boulevard. Turn right (west) on Beverly, and go west (about two miles) to the corner of Beverly and Fairfax. The studio will be on your left (south) side. Look for the famous CBS "eye" logo. / From the Santa Monica (10) Freeway, take the Fairfax Avenue exit. Go north on Fairfax (about two miles) to Beverly Blvd.
[You can access the official CBS website at http://www.cbs.com.]
Looking for something in particular? Search the Seeing-Stars website!
Click Here to Return to the Main Menu
Advertise on seeing-stars.com
Copyright © 2017-Gary Wayne
All Rights Reserved
This webpage is not associated with any business described in the article above, and does not constitute an
endorsement of this or any other business. The photos of celebrities on this page also do not constitute
endorsements by them of any kind, and are used by the author solely to illustrate this online article.
(Click here to read other disclaimers)