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** His podcast also has featured (and gone under fire for) numerous guests who fall into this, such as UFO enthusiast Bob Lazar and [=InfoWars=]' Alex Jones.

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** His podcast also has featured (and gone under fire for) numerous guests who fall into this, such as UFO enthusiast Bob Lazar and [=InfoWars=]' [=InfoWars=] host Alex Jones.


** His podcast also has featured (and gone under fire for) numerous guests who fall into this, such as UFO enthusiast Bob Lazar and [=InfoWar=]'s Alex Jones.

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** His podcast also has featured (and gone under fire for) numerous guests who fall into this, such as UFO enthusiast Bob Lazar and [=InfoWar=]'s [=InfoWars=]' Alex Jones.


** His podcast also has featured (and gone under fire for) numerous guests who fall into this, such as UFO enthusiast Bob Lazar.

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** His podcast also has featured (and gone under fire for) numerous guests who fall into this, such as UFO enthusiast Bob Lazar.Lazar and [=InfoWar=]'s Alex Jones.

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** His podcast also has featured (and gone under fire for) numerous guests who fall into this, such as UFO enthusiast Bob Lazar.


Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boom; it was originally updated on a weekly basis but over time expanded to five days a week on [=YouTube=], [=iTunes=], etc. to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{conspiracy theorist}}s and [[StandUpComedy stand-up comedians]] to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.

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Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boom; it was originally updated on a weekly basis but over time expanded to five days a week on [=YouTube=], [=iTunes=], etc. to become one of the most watched popular podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{conspiracy theorist}}s and [[StandUpComedy stand-up comedians]] to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.


Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boom, it originally was a weekly conversation but expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{conspiracy theorist}}s and [[StandUpComedy stand-up comedians]] to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.

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Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boom, boom; it was originally was updated on a weekly conversation basis but over time expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time [=YouTube=], [=iTunes=], etc. to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{conspiracy theorist}}s and [[StandUpComedy stand-up comedians]] to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.


* ScarsAreForever: He has an ear to ear scar on the back of his head from when he had hair implants in his mid-twenties. He admitted that he regrets getting hair implants and says he should have just shaved his head from the beginning since the implants only delayed the inevitable.

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* ScarsAreForever: He has an ear to ear ear-to-ear scar on the back of his head from when he had hair implants in his mid-twenties. He admitted that he regrets getting hair implants and says he should have just shaved his head from the beginning since the implants only delayed the inevitable.

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* ScarsAreForever: He has an ear to ear scar on the back of his head from when he had hair implants in his mid-twenties. He admitted that he regrets getting hair implants and says he should have just shaved his head from the beginning since the implants only delayed the inevitable.


Joseph James Rogan (born August 11, 1967) is a stand-up comedian, actor, sports commentator and game show host. Getting his start in the stand up circuit in the UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} area in the late '80s, Joe eventually found his way to Hollywood. After a starring in a few failed pilots (that Joe himself describes as awful), he found his first big success in ''Series/{{NewsRadio}}'' on NBC, playing Joe Garelli.

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Joseph James Rogan (born August 11, 1967) is a stand-up comedian, actor, sports commentator and commentator, game show host.host, and podcaster. Getting his start in the stand up circuit in the UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} area in the late '80s, Joe eventually found his way to Hollywood. After a starring in a few failed pilots (that Joe himself describes as awful), he found his first big success in ''Series/{{NewsRadio}}'' on NBC, playing Joe Garelli.


Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boon, it originally was a weekly conversation but expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{conspiracy theorist}}s and [[StandUpComedy stand-up comedians]] to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.

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Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boon, boom, it originally was a weekly conversation but expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{conspiracy theorist}}s and [[StandUpComedy stand-up comedians]] to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.


Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boon, it originally was a weekly conversation but expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{Conspiracy Theorist}}s and StandUpComedy to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.

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Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boon, it originally was a weekly conversation but expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{Conspiracy Theorist}}s {{conspiracy theorist}}s and StandUpComedy [[StandUpComedy stand-up comedians]] to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.


Joseph James Rogan (born August 11, 1967 in Newark, New Jersey) is a stand-up comedian, actor, sports commentator and game show host. Getting his start in the stand up circuit in the UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} area in the late '80s, Joe eventually found his way to Hollywood. After a starring in a few failed pilots (that Joe himself describes as awful), he found his first big success in ''Series/{{NewsRadio}}'' on NBC, playing Joe Garelli.

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Joseph James Rogan (born August 11, 1967 in Newark, New Jersey) 1967) is a stand-up comedian, actor, sports commentator and game show host. Getting his start in the stand up circuit in the UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} area in the late '80s, Joe eventually found his way to Hollywood. After a starring in a few failed pilots (that Joe himself describes as awful), he found his first big success in ''Series/{{NewsRadio}}'' on NBC, playing Joe Garelli.


Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boon, it originally was a weekly conversation but and expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{Conspiracy Theorist}}s and StandUpComedy to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.

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Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boon, it originally was a weekly conversation but and expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{Conspiracy Theorist}}s and StandUpComedy to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.


Soon, Joe would find other projects while his stand-up career also blossomed. A lifelong martial arts practitioner and aficionado, he was a huge fan of the emerging sport of UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts and got a job as a backstage interviewer for the UFC, eventually moving to the color commentator position alongside Mike Goldberg, although due to the expansion of the UFC and the amount of shows they now put on and his own crazy schedule, now only does the pay-per-views and the FOX shows. But he's probably most famous for being the host of the ''Series/FearFactor'' game show on NBC, which he has partial ownership of (and hosted a one-season revival in 2012). He also hosted the much derided last season of ''Series/{{The Man Show}}'' with Doug Stanhope.

Joe also does a weekly podcast on his website and several of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral. He has his own show on Creator/{{Syfy}}, ''Joe Rogan Questions Everything'', a show delving into conspiracies and the unknown, with a unique neutral take on the subject, mixing optimistic excitement with leveled skepticism. So far it has only aired one season.

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Soon, Joe would find other projects while his stand-up career also blossomed. A lifelong martial arts practitioner and aficionado, he was a huge fan of the emerging sport of UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts and got a job as a backstage interviewer for the UFC, eventually moving to the color commentator position alongside Mike Goldberg, although due to the expansion of the UFC and the amount of shows they now put on and his own crazy schedule, now only does the pay-per-views and the FOX shows. But he's probably most famous for being the host of the ''Series/FearFactor'' game show on NBC, which he has partial ownership of (and hosted a one-season revival in 2012). He also hosted the much derided last season of ''Series/{{The Man Show}}'' with Doug Stanhope.

Joe also does a weekly podcast on his website and several of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral.
Stanhope. He has had his own show on Creator/{{Syfy}}, ''Joe Rogan Questions Everything'', a show delving into conspiracies and the unknown, with a unique neutral take on the subject, mixing optimistic excitement with leveled skepticism. So far it has only aired one season.
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Joe started a podcast on his website near the start of the podcast boon, it originally was a weekly conversation but and expanded to five days a week on youtube, itunes, etc over time to become one of the most watched podcasts in the world. This was due to interviewing everyone from close friends in the MMA world, {{Conspiracy Theorist}}s and StandUpComedy to big name actors, directors, writers, scientists, academics and politicians. Many of his stand-up specials have aired on Creator/ComedyCentral and Creator/{{Netflix}}.


Joseph James Rogan (born August 11, 1967) is a stand-up comedian, actor, sports commentator and game show host. Getting his start in the stand up circuit in the UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} area in the late '80s, Joe eventually found his way to Hollywood. After a starring in a few failed pilots (that Joe himself describes as awful), he found his first big success in ''Series/{{NewsRadio}}'' on NBC, playing Joe Garelli.

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Joseph James Rogan (born August 11, 1967) 1967 in Newark, New Jersey) is a stand-up comedian, actor, sports commentator and game show host. Getting his start in the stand up circuit in the UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} area in the late '80s, Joe eventually found his way to Hollywood. After a starring in a few failed pilots (that Joe himself describes as awful), he found his first big success in ''Series/{{NewsRadio}}'' on NBC, playing Joe Garelli.

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