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Mary Kay Letourneau
Comedian, Game Show Host, Talk Show Host / 1967 -
Television personality and comedian Jimmy Kimmel hosted Comedy Central's game show, Win Ben Stein's Money, and the late night talk show late Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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