David Letterman is one of the most well-known and respected late night hosts in the world. The New York Times called Letterman one of the “most influential men in late night television.” He’s been described as “the King of Late Night,” “the most famous man in America,” and “the most significant media figure of the last 30 years.”

If you’re new to the workplace and trying to work your way up the ladder, it might seem like a tall order convincing one of the most established and prolific broadcasters in America to take a chance on you. But just because someone is famous and established doesn’t mean they won’t take a chance on you if you’re talented and passionate about what you do.

Let’s take a look at how you can make the most of your time working for David Letterman and ensure that your efforts are noticed by the most illustrious media figure in American media.

The Amazing Letterman

Let’s begin by talking about Letterman himself. What is so amazing about him? Let’s explore.

First of all, it’s important to point out that Letterman isn’t just some famous personality who happens to work in media. He is a true legend in his own right. The man holds a Guinness World Record for most game shows that he’s hosted (27), and he’s been responsible for creating some of the most iconic and memorable characters and catchphrases in American television history. Let’s take a look at some of the most famous and innovative game shows that he’s hosted: