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Frank Lesser was born on 1980-01- in Ohio, United States, is an American author and satirist best known for his work on The Colbert Report.

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Occupation Novelist, Screenwriter
Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 1980-01-
Birthday 1980-01-
Birthplace Ohio, United States
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American

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Frank Lesser Net Worth

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Source of Income Novelist

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2019

I met somebody who had just been hired as a writer’s assistant on Colbert. She invited me to a taping and asked what was up. I told her this whole sob story ending with, “I was at the lowest point in my life,” and she said, “Oh well, you know that they’re hiring,” and then sort of didn’t say anything. And then a month later they hired me, although she did say after I got hired, “Yeah, give it a month and a half, you’ll be complaining just as much as you were before.” I think she really nailed the comedy writer mindset.

It’s wonderful when the person who’s in charge is a brilliantly talented, hilarious person. And so in some ways, you don’t feel as bad when they cut your jokes because you’re like, “Okay, well this person knows what they’re talking about,” and in other ways you’re like, “Why doesn’t Stephen Colbert like this joke?”

2005

After attending Brown University, where he wrote for The Brown Jug and concentrated in film, Lesser worked as a production assistant and freelance writer for various Viacom stations. Joining Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report as a writer in 2005, Lesser won four Primetime Emmys. Most recently, he has written the satirical book Sad Monsters, and has directed numerous short films. His humor has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Slate.com, and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency.