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CRAIG KILBORN (Coach Jerry) has, after a successful five-year run as the host of CBS' "The Late Late Show,” been busy making movies starting with Disney's Shaggy Dog starring Tim Allen. He will also star in The Life and Lies of Sam Leonard. In 2003, he made a memorable turn in DreamWorks' Old School with Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson and Will Ferrell.

During his run as host of "The Late Late Show,” Kilborn created such signature pieces as "Five Questions,” "Yambo” and "Sebastian: the Asexual Icon.” According to critic Steve Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, "Kilborn is, unlike any of the late-nighters except Letterman, a natural host. He's smooth and obviously comfortable on TV, playing to and with the cameras.”

Previously he spent three years at Comedy Central where he launched and hosted "The Daily Show.” Prior to that, Kilborn was a popular host on ESPN's "Sports Center.”

At 6'4”, Kilborn earned a Division B basketball scholarship to Montana State University. He took his first paid broadcasting job as a play-by-play commentator for the Savannah Spirits of the Continental Basketball Association. Kilborn moved on to become sports director for KCBA-TV in Monterey, California, before being tapped by ESPN.

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