Rob Corddry, Doing Comedy 'Daily' and Otherwise Rob Corddry left his Daily Show correspondent's gig in 2006 to star in his own short-lived sitcom, The Winner. He's also had roles in recent movie comedies, including The Heartbreak Kid, Failure to Launch and Blades of Glory. This interview was originally broadcast on March 8, 2007.
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Rob Corddry, Doing Comedy 'Daily' and Otherwise

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Rob Corddry left his Daily Show correspondent gig in 2006 to star in his own short-lived sitcom, The Winner.

He's also had roles in recent movie comedies, including The Heartbreak Kid, Failure to Launch and Blades of Glory.

He is also a regular performer on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.

This interview was originally broadcast on March 8, 2007.

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