He's the captain of the American fishing vessel Northwestern. Check him out on Discovery's "Deadliest Catch."
Grammy winner Raphael Saadiq is not only a smooth solo artist and producer but he has been a member of popular acts like Tony! Toni! Tone! and Lucy Pearl.
Our friend Norm Macdonald has a new book Based on a True Story: A Memoir. Much like Norm, it's hilarious, heartfelt and completely unpredictable.
Director of instant comedy classics like "Road Trip," "Old School," and "The Hangover" Todd Phillips brings us the laughs again with "The Hangover: Part II."
The Joy Formidable are a three-piece band from North Wales. Their new album is The Big Roar and they rock hard.
He's starred in films like "He's Just Not That Into You," "Valentine's Day" and "The A-Team." Now he's back with the Wolf Pack in "The Hangover: Part II."
Moone Boy: The Blunder Years author Chris Dowd was born and raised in County Roscommon, Ireland. Maybe he and Conan can swap their favorite boiled meat recipes.
The very funny Ryan Hamilton is headlining the Montreal Just for Laughs festival. Or as it's known to French-Canadians, "Le Festival Juste Pour Les Ha-Has"
Will Ferrell stars with Amy Poehler in the new comedy "The House." Do you really need to know anything else?
Paul Bettany goes from disembodied voice to cosmically-powered android in "Avengers: Age of Ultron." There are few men who can pull off a cape, but Paul is the top of that list.
He's the UK singer-songwriter whose breakout hit "You're Beautiful" reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. He'll perform a song off his new album Some Kind of Trouble.