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David Javerbaum

Writer | Producer | Soundtrack
KNOWN FOR 
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (1996– ) | Late Show with David Letterman (1993– ) | The 80th Annual Academy Awards (2008)
AWARDS 
Won 13 Primetime Emmys. Another 3 wins & 10 nominations More »
AKA 
D.J. Javerbaum | DJ Javerbaum

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Projects in Development (1 titles)YEARBUDGETSTATUS
Past Film & Video (1 titles)YEARBUDGETU.S. GROSS
Past Television (24 titles)YEAREPISODE COUNT
  • Primary photo for The Maya Rudolph ShowThe Maya Rudolph Show (TV Movie) Producer, Writer (Head Writer)  Less 2014
  • Primary photo for The 65th Primetime Emmy AwardsThe 65th Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) Lyrics ("The Number in the Middle of the Show"), Music ("The Number in the Middle of the Show"), Writer (Special Material Written By)  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for BrowsersBrowsers (TV Movie) Executive Producer, Lyrics ("My Life", "It's Not Like", "Someone With Whom...", "Goin' Viral", "When I Tweet"), Writer  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for The 66th Annual Tony AwardsThe 66th Annual Tony Awards (TV Movie) Writer ("What If Life Were More Like Theatre?", "There's No Time")  Less 2012
  • Primary photo for The Secret Policeman's BallThe Secret Policeman's Ball (TV Movie) Supervising Producer (as DJ Javerbaum)  Less 2012
  • Primary photo for Beavis and Butt-HeadBeavis and Butt-Head (TV Series) Writer (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
  • Primary photo for The 65th Annual Tony AwardsThe 65th Annual Tony Awards (TV Movie) Lyrics ("It's Not Just for Gays Anymore")  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for The 2011 Comedy AwardsThe 2011 Comedy Awards (TV Movie) Producer, Writer  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for The Daily ShowThe Daily Show (TV Series) Writer (Head Writer) (636 episodes, 2003–2006), Writer (617 episodes, 2002–2009), Supervising Producer (479 episodes, 2004–2006), Consulting Producer (298 episodes, 2008–2010), Executive Producer (252 episodes, 2007–2008), Himself (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2002–2010 1,344
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  • Primary photo for The Colbert ReportThe Colbert Report (TV Series) Consultant (3 episodes, 2005–2006), Himself - Guest (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2005–2009 4
    • Sylvia Earle (Oct 13, 2009) Himself - Guest  Less
    • Paul Begala (Jan 26, 2006) Consultant (as DJ Javerbaum)  Less
    • Nina Totenberg (Jan 19, 2006) Consultant (as DJ Javerbaum)  Less
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  • Primary photo for A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All! (TV Movie) Composer, Lyrics ("Little Dealer Boy", "There Are Much Worse Things to Believe In", "Hannukah", "Another Christmas Song", "Nutmeg", "Please Be Patient", "Cold, Cold Christmas", "Have I Got a Present for You")  Less 2008
  • Primary photo for The 80th Annual Academy AwardsThe 80th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) Writer  Less 2008
  • Primary photo for The 78th Annual Academy AwardsThe 78th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) Writer  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for Indecision 2004: Midway to the Election SpectacularIndecision 2004: Midway to the Election Spectacular (TV Movie) Supervising Producer, Writer  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for The Race from the White House 2004The Race from the White House 2004 (TV Movie) Supervising Producer  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for Iraq: A Look Baq (Or, How We Learned to Stop Reporting and Love the War)Iraq: A Look Baq (Or, How We Learned to Stop Reporting and Love the War) (TV Movie) Writer (Head Writer)  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for The Frank DeCaro Big 'O' Special: A FableThe Frank DeCaro Big 'O' Special: A Fable (TV Movie) Writer (Head Writer)  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for The Big O! True West Hollywood StoryThe Big O! True West Hollywood Story (TV Movie) Himself, Writer  Less 2002
  • Primary photo for Stephen Colbert Again: A Look BackStephen Colbert Again: A Look Back (TV Movie) Writer  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for Steve Carell Salutes Steve CarellSteve Carell Salutes Steve Carell (TV Special) Consultant (as D.J. Javerbaum)  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for The Greatest MillenniumThe Greatest Millennium (TV Movie) Consultant (as D.J. Javerbaum)  Less 1999
  • Primary photo for Late Show with David LettermanLate Show with David Letterman (TV Series) Writer (35 episodes, 1998–1999), Writer (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1998–1999 36
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  • Primary photo for No, You Shut Up!No, You Shut Up! (TV Series) Executive Producer, Writer  Less 2013– 
  • Primary photo for Good Morning TodayGood Morning Today (TV Series) Executive Producer  Less 2013– 
Self (5 titles)YEARBUDGETU.S. GROSS
  • Primary photo for 2013 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards2013 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards (TV Movie) Himself - Co-Winner: Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics (uncredited)  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for The HourThe Hour (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for Working in the TheatreWorking in the Theatre (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2008)  Less 2008
  • Primary photo for Book TVBook TV (TV Series) Himself - Panelist (1 episode, 2004)  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for Uncensored Comedy: That's Not Funny!Uncensored Comedy: That's Not Funny! (TV Movie) Himself (as D.J. Javerbaum)  Less 2003

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  • Grammy Awards * – Best Comedy Album 2010
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