Conan O'Brien's keynotes reflect the funny master's sense of humor and commentary zest. Behind the celebrity funnyman's jokes however lies an impressive educational background. Graduating Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University in 1985, O'Brien got his start at the Harvard Lampoon -- the Ivy League's humor publication.
Upon moving to Los Angeles following graduation, O'Brien landed a spot writing for HBO's 'Not Necessarily the News.' By 1988, Conan O'Brien was writing for Saturday Night Live where he later received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy or Variety Series alongside other SNL writers. From 1991 to 1993, O'Brien served as writer and producer of popular television show The Simpsons, until he won the position of host of Late Night, where he remained from 1993 until 2009. In 2010, Conan hosted The Tonight Show, following in the footsteps of Jay Leno. Upon leaving the show later in 2010, Conan embarked on 'The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour' to set out on his own.
His new show, Conan, was picked up by TBS in 2010 during his tour. O'Brien has served as Emmy Host, Comedian and Writer. Conan O'Brien's keynotes incorporate his life journey as well as his hilarious, winning sarcasm.