As the creative force behind the award-winning satire news program "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart has become known as "the most trusted man in America." The road to success was not always smooth. Learn how a young man overcame anti-Semitic bullying at an early age to eventually make millions of people laugh. And discover how someone who once held jobs as varied as a puppeteer for children with disabilities, a caterer, a busboy, a shelf stocker, and a bartender wound up helming a consistent ratings powerhouse and perennial Emmy winning show that ironically has more influence than most of the shows it satirizes.
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