When you first look at Jim Gaffigan, you may recognize him from his multiple roles on television, in film and commercials, but he has now quickly become one of the most popular personalities in stand-up comedy. He tours around the country performing in front of crowds of thousands that love his dry and edgy humor.
The talents of Jim Gaffigan can be considered multi-faceted, with his comedy routines appearing everywhere across entertainment. He has gained widespread recognition for his appearances on late night television, with credits including many stops to The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS and Late Night with Conan O'Brien on NBC. Along with O'Brien, Gaffigan helped to create a series of animated shorts for the show entitled Pale Force about a superhero duo with fair skin. The cartoon landed Jim Gaffigan a nomination for a Broadband Emmy and a Webby Award.
Along with stopping by the late night circuit, Gaffigan has been cast in guest-starring roles in shows like Sex and the City, Third Watch and That 70's Show. While he gained recognition for those roles he has also been cast as a series regular on the sitcom The Ellen Show from 2001 to 2002 and the sitcom My Boys on TBS.