James Corden to Take Over The Late Late Show from Craig Ferguson


CBS’ “The Late Late Show” has found a new host in actor/comedian/writer James Corden. TheWrap reports that Corden will take over the show from Craig Ferguson when the latter talent departs in April of next year.

Corden, who is currently in theaters in writer/director John Carney’s Begin Again, is well known for films like One Chance and The History Boys as well as for television series like “The Wrong Mans” (which he also created) and for “Doctor Who,” on which Corden has twice appeared as the Doctor’s “flatmate,” Craig Owens. He can be seen coming up in Rob Marshall’s Into the Woods.

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