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Colbert originally studied to be a dramatic actor, but became interested in improvisational theater while attending Northwestern University, where he met ...
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What does Evelyn Mcgee Colbert do for a living?
Actor
Evelyn McGee-Colbert / Profession
Is Colbert deaf in one ear?
Stephen Colbert The 56-year-old is completely deaf in his right ear. “The Late Show” host said he lost his hearing when surgeons tried to remove a tumor when he was a kid. He's had a successful career but actually wanted to be a marine biologist; however, the damage to his ear wouldn't allow for him to scuba dive.
Why is Stephen Colbert's ear deformed?
Bending an ear He's been deaf in that one since he was a child, when surgery meant to fix a perforated eardrum caused damage to his inner ear. "I had this weird tumour as a kid," Colbert told The New Yorker in 2005, "and they scooped it out with a melon baller."
How old is Stephen Colbert?
57 years (May 13, 1964)
Stephen Colbert / Age
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