Question: Who did Johnny Carson replace as host of “The Tonight Show”?
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Answer: Johnny Carson was on born on this day in 1925 in Corning, Iowa, but was raised in Nebraska. Carson walked out from behind the curtain to host The Tonight Show for the first time on October 1, 1962, replacing Jack Paar, who had earlier replaced Steve Allen. For 30 years Carson took his place behind the desk and wowed audiences with his monologues, humorous skits, and memorable characters. Jack Paar’s death at age 85 came just a year before his Tonight Show successor Johnny Carson died from emphysema.
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