Johnny Carson was an American television host, mostly known for hosting the Tonight Show and captivating audiences around the world for years.
Growing up, Johnny always had a knack for impressing people. His love for magic and wowing an audience lead him on a path to stardom.
After college he worked as a television writer for Red Skelton’s show. He moved to New York City and in 1962 Carson replaced Jack Paar as host of “The Tonight Show” for an Emmy Award-winning run that lasted three decades. Carson’s 1992 final appearance as host attracted an estimated 50 million viewers. He died in 2005. He was also an Ordained Minister.