Ed McMahon

Ed McMahon was most famous for his thirty-year-long role as Johnny Carson’s straight man on The Tonight Show, history’s most famed talk show. His career spans almost sixty years, and he has shared laughs with everyone from Frank Sinatra and John Wayne to Rosie O’Donnell. He regularly appeared with Jerry Lewis every year on the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon. He was seen in thousands of commercials all over the world and has sold hundreds of products, from Alpo dog food to Budweiser beer. Ed’s autobiography, For Laughing Out Loud (Grand Central), was a Los Angeles Times bestseller.

Published in Authors

For Laughing Out Loud

by Ed McMahon

Los Angeles Times Bestseller

Everybody knows Ed McMahon. Now the man on Johnny's couch talks about the brightest stars, the zaniest bits, and the most embarrassing moments he experienced both on camera and behind the scenes. For Laughing Out Loud also chronicles his climb from radio teenage jockey to the man who has logged the most TV screen time ever, along with his drinking, marriages and divorces, his family and life after The Tonight Show.

Published in Autobiography