Wyatt Cenac served as a correspondent and a writer for "The Daily Show" from 2008 until 2012, when he achieved puppet status. He has won three Emmy Awards for his work as a writer. In addition to his work in fake news and as a stand-up comedian, Cenac spent three seasons as a writer on the animated comedy "King of the Hill". He also performed stand-up at shows like "Comedy Death Ray" and "The Tomorrow Show." He now hosts the weekly stand-up show "Night Train" in Brooklyn. His film credits include "Medicine for Melancholy" (2008), which was nominated for three Independent Spirit Awards and lost all three (Thanks a lot, "Synecdoche, New York"). He lives in Brooklyn, New York.