Kevin Bleyer

Kevin Bleyer

Kevin Bleyer is an Emmy Award-winning writer for "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

He reported from Iraq in August 2007 as part of The Daily Show's "Operation: Silent Thunder," featuring correspondent Rob Riggle.

Previously, Bleyer was a writer and producer for "Dennis Miller," "Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher," and the critically-acclaimed Bravo series "Significant Others." He created and executive produced the Showtime pilot "Nightly," in which he was also featured as an on-air correspondent. An occasional commentator for National Public Radio, Bleyer was among the first contributors chosen to launch The Huffington Post and has written for Details and other magazines.

He was profiled by Charlie Rose [http://www.charlierose.com/shows/2007/08/11/1/charlie-rose-tomorrow-kevin-bleyer] in 2007.

A graduate of Stanford University, he currently lives in New York.


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