Conan O’Brien is a popular TV host, writer, and comedian, best known for hosting the talk show ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ from 1993 to 2009. The Harvard graduate started his career as a writer for the ‘HBO’ sketch-comedy series ‘Not Necessarily the News’ in 1983. He then got an opportunity to write the episodes of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ for which he and his fellow writers won an ‘Emmy’ in 1989. He also wrote for the animated sitcom ‘The Simpsons’ and became a supervising producer of the series later. It was around this time that he got a chance to host a show for ‘NBC’ after David Letterman moved to host for another network. Conan soon started hosting ‘Late Night with Conan O'Brien.’ The show ended in 2009, with Conan thanking a lot of people who helped him with his career. Conan has appeared in a number of TV shows too, such as ‘Spin City’ (1998), ‘Robot Chicken’ (2005–2008), and ‘Nashville’ (2013). He has also been part of films such as ‘Bewitched’ (2005), ‘Thunderstruck’ (2012), and ‘Now You See Me’ (2013). In 2015, O’Brien became the longest-working of all current late-night talk-show hosts in the US.