A profile of Mark Twain, aka Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910).
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Celebrate the work of beloved actor and comedian Bill Murray.
The biggest names in comedy salute Eddie Murphy, the 2015 Mark Twain Prize recipient.
Salute Jay Leno, the 17th recipient of the annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Salute comedic icon Carol Burnett, recipient of the 16th Mark Twain Prize for American Hum
Rhiannon Giddens honors Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize recipient, Bill Murray.
Jimmy Kimmel celebrates Bill Murray, recipient of the 19th Mark Twain Prize.
Miley Cyrus performs for 2016 Mark Twain Prize recipient, Bill Murray.
David Letterman honors Mark Twain Prize recipient Bill Murray.
Jimmy Kimmel reminds you not to miss Bill Murray: The Mark Twain Prize!
Bill Murray meets with President Obama while in D.C. to accept the Mark Twain Prize.
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