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After a difficult first year, he overcame his fears. He enchants the invalids and the insomniacs as well as the people who have to get up at dawn. No matter what kind of dead-asses are on the show, he has to make them funny and exciting. Every night, in front of millions of people, he has to do the salto mortale [a circus parlance for an aerial somersault performed on the tightrope]. The show was originally produced at the 30 Rockefeller Plaza NBC television studios in New York City, with occasional stints in California.
The program began videotaping in advance during the Jack Paar days, although during the 1970s, NBC fed the live taping from Burbank to New York via satellite for editing (see below).
He was a guest panelist on the original To Tell the Truth starting in 1960, later becoming a regular panelist from 1961 until 1962.
After the primetime The Johnny Carson Show failed, he moved to New York City to host ABC-TV's Who Do You Trust?
He was known for following his family members around saying, "Pick a card, any card." Commissioned an ensign late in the war, Carson was assigned to the USS Pennsylvania in the Pacific.
While in the Navy, Carson posted a 10–0 amateur boxing record, with most of his bouts fought on board the Pennsylvania.
He grew up in the nearby towns of Avoca, Clarinda, and Red Oak in southwest Iowa before moving to Norfolk, Nebraska, at the age of eight.
Benny predicted that Carson would have a successful career as a comedian.
John William Carson (October 23, 1925 – January 23, 2005) was an American television host, comedian, writer, and producer.
He is best known as the host of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962–1992).
The wife of one of the Omaha political figures Carson spoofed owned stock in a radio station in Los Angeles, and in 1951 referred Carson to her brother, who was influential in the emerging television market in Southern California.
Carson joined CBS-owned Los Angeles television station KNXT.