Since his reign on The Tonight Show is over, where can he land his next big audience?

By People Staff
Updated January 21, 2010 12:40 PM
Credit: Timothy White/NBC

Conan O’Brien may be saying farewell to the Tonight Show, but that doesn’t mean his showbiz days are over. After relocating his crew to Los Angeles, O’Brien is in a prime position to land a new gig in Tinseltown – and fast.

Before launching his late-night career, the comedian, 46, worked behind the scenes as a writer on Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons. Even earlier, in college at Harvard University, he wrote for the Harvard Lampoon, the university’s famous satirical publication. He’s a talented writer, but we’d love to see Conan in front of an audience again soon.

With that in mind, tell us: