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JAY MOHR (Billy) first walked on stage to do stand-up comedy at the young age of sixteen and quickly earned audience notice with his dead-on impressions of Christopher Walken, Tracy Morgan, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Norm MacDonald and Ina Garten from The Food Network. After two decades, he continues to sell out venues across the country with his stand-up routine.

Most recently, Mohr starred on the hit CBS television series "Gary Unmarried.” Among his other television credits are playing series regular Professor Rick Payne on CBS's popular "Ghost Whisperer" and a starring role on the Fox series "Action." In addition, he created, executive produced and hosted Comedy Central's "Last Comic Standing," which ran for six seasons, as well as hosting FOX Sports Net's "NFL This Morning" and narrating the award-winning "Beyond the Glory." Additionally, Mohr executive produced and hosted ESPN's original weekly comedy/music/sports hour "Mohr Sports."

Ironically, he landed his breakthrough film role as a rival sports agent to Tom Cruise in the blockbuster hit "Jerry Maguire,” followed by a touching good-guy turn opposite Jennifer Aniston in "Picture Perfect.” His other film credits include "Playing by Heart,” "Suicide Kings,” "Seeing Other People,” "Even Money,” "The Groomsmen,” "Pay It Forward,” "Street Kings” and "Go,” as well as comedic leads in "King's Ransom” and "Are We There Yet?”

Mohr's second book, No Wonder My Parents Drank, an irreverent tale of his experiences as a father, was published in May. Gasping for Airtime, a memoir of his two years in the trenches as a writer and featured performer on "Saturday Night Live," was published in 2004.

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