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Thompson is known for his celebrity impressions, including Robert De Niro, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Morgan Freeman, and Matthew Mc Conaughey.
Thompson grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, "raised by classic television." He would watch as actors became different characters and began to mimic them.
"We don't have a studio, we don't have any lighting, but that never stopped us in America and it's not going to stop us here! Not only is it a first for a late-night American show to be shot in "The City of Light," but "Le Late Late Show avec Craig Ferguson" has been easily the most memorable (and at times, bizarre) on-location talk show since Conan O' Brien visited Finland five years ago.
It all leads up to Friday night's grand finale, where Ferguson performs at the famous "Moulin Rouge." Check out a highlight from Monday night's show below, where Ferguson and Bell spy his horse "Secretariat" roaming the streets of Paris.
He uses his middle name professionally because a "Josh Thompson" was already registered with the Screen Actors Guild.
Each week night, THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN throws the ultimate late night after party with a mix of celebrity guests, edgy musical acts, games and sketches.
CBS Entertainment Chairman Nina Tassler said, “During his 10 years as host, Craig has elevated CBS to new creative and competitive heights at .
Leno, who signed off “The Tonight Show” in February, looked like a guy who’s been semi-retired for 10 months, with a shaggier mop of silver hair and more casual look than he sported on NBC’s air all those years.
The seg featured a slew of cameo clips of celebs banging various percussive objects, including Jimmy Kimmel, Jon Hamm, Jeff Daniels, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Matthew Mc Conaughey, Ted Danson, Lisa Kudrow and even Archbishop Desmond Tutu — the guest who helped Ferguson win a Peabody award in 2010.
The closing moments took an unexpected turn when Ferguson decided to reveal who was inside Secretariat.
So Ferguson made lemons out of lemonade and went to Paris, France, with his all-time favorite guest, "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" actress Kristen Bell, as well as robotic sidekick "Geoff Peterson." The result of the trip overseas has been airing all this week.
So far, we've seen Ferguson and Bell tour the Eiffel Tower, eat with French action star Jean Reno, and walk the streets of Paris with comedian Eddie Izzard.