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The Daily Show Adds New Correspondent
Daily Show fans just got one more reason to tune in. Comedian Wyatt Cenac, who made his Daily debut June 3, has been officially added to the show as one of its correspondents, says Variety. Cenac has lent both voice and writing to King of the Hill, and has been studying the comedic and improv arts at the Upright Citizens Brigade theatre in L.A. since it opened in 2005. In addition to his new Daily Show gig, for which he'll be doing election coverage, Cenac will also be appearing in a new Kanye West HBO pilot. - Anna Dimond Use our Online Video Guide to catch some of The Daily Show's antics.
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