Jimmy is set to take Conan O'Brien's place on his talk show when Conan moves to replace Leno on The Tonight Show in 2009.
Jimmy and Hollywood Producer Nancy Juvonen announced their engagement in August, 2007. On December 22, 2007, the pair married.
Jimmy is sometimes mistaken for film star Edward Furlong.
Jimmy stands at 5'11" or 1.80 m.
As of March 2007, Jimmy resides in New York.
Jimmy was nominated for four Teen Choice Awards in 2005 for his role as Ben Wrightman in the film Fever Pitch. The catagories were: Best Movie Actor: Comedy, Choice Movie Chemistry, Choice Movie Hissy Fit and Choice Movie Love Scene (when Ben gets down on one knee for Lindsey).
Saturday Night Live released a DVD on January 25, 2005 documenting the "best" of his work on the show. The 85-minute DVD features pieces of his work on the show such as his role on Weekend Update, Jarret's Room and Jeopardy. Celebrity guests include Paris Hilton Robert De Niro and Justin Timberlake.
Jimmy was one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, 2006. He is found in the "Sexy Men with Glasses" section.
Jimmy was heckled when he opened up for the Jack Black band Tenacious D in New York City.
Jimmy named his high school talent show "Saugerties Night Live".
Jimmy was an extra on the Warner Bros 1997 movie Father's Day starring Billy Crystal & Robin Williams.
Jimmy won NY magazine's 2001 "Funniest Comedian of the Year Award."
Jimmy and his sister Gloria would perform SNL skits at their parent's parties as they were growing up.
Jimmy went to a voice coach for eight months while filming the movie Taxi to perfect a Cuban accent for the role.
Jimmy wrote a children's book titled Snowball, based on one of his "Bathroom Wall" songs.
Jimmy's senior class picture is captioned with an homage to "Chuckles" the clown: A little song, a little dance, a little seltzer in your pants.
Jimmy appeared in the Tom Hank's HBO production Band Of Brothers in 2001, as 2nd Lt George Rice.
Jimmy's favorite acting legends are: Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, James Cagney, and Jack Nicholson.
Jimmy went to Los Angeles in February of 1997, to work with the sketch/comedy group "The Groundlings". He moved back to New York in September of 1998 to audition for Lorne Michaels, head of Saturday Night Live.
Jimmy started his comedy career with a friend that he met in college. They spent hours making each other laugh and writing it down in notebooks. When they had enough material, they asked the school officials if they could perform, they agreed. The guys were a hit, they were paid $25.oo a piece for their first performance.
Jimmy was chosen as one of People magazine's fifty most beautiful people in 2002.
Jimmy was voted "Most likely to replace David Letterman" in elementary school. In June of 2003, he fulfilled that role when he guest hosted for an ailing Letterman.
Jimmy's first impersonation was at the age of two. His mother still has the video taped performance of him being James Cagney, saying the trademark "You dirty rat, you!"
He hosted the MTV Video Music Awards in 2002. This show climaxed with a performance by Guns N' Roses. Fallon had to be bleeped when he excitedly referred to them as "Guns N' F*****g Roses." This show led to persistent rumors that he was the mysterious masked guitarist Buckethead, who was a member of Guns N' Roses at the time.
He was nominated for a Grammy award for his comedy album "The Bathroom Wall," but lost to Robin Williams.
Performed his "Hammertime" 80s parody song at The Concert for New York City, a concert/charity special following the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
Fallon is the only SNL alum to have his own MTV "Making the Video" special for the single "Idiot Boyfriend," from his "The Bathroom Wall" album.
Fallon hosted the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards, opening the show with a dramatized spoof of the then recent blockbuster Batman Begins.
Fallon hosted the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards. He opened the show performing spoofs of various hit songs, including Eminem's "Without Me", Avril Lavigne's "Complicated" and Nelly's "Hot In Herre."
Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey both were on the front cover of Entertainment Weekly during the May 18th 2002 issue advertising Saturday Night Live.
Jimmy is infamous on Saturday Night Live for looking straight into the camera during sketches and laughing when he makes a joke. For this he has been the butt of riducule.
Jimmy has been mocked on: MADtv, The Simpsons, and Family Guy which are all FOX network shows.
For Jimmy's last sketch starring on SNL (May 15, 2004), they had to cut musical guest J-Kwon's performances down to one song.
Is NOT a red-sox fan, claims to be a 'diehard Yankee' fan
His main characters on SNL were the obnoxious radio dj from Z105, Nick Burns your company's computer guy, Pat O'Brien from Access Hollywood, Sully the horny Boston Teen, Weekend Update Co-Anchor, Randy Goldman from 'Wake Up Wakefield', one of the guys from 7 Degrees Celcius,Jarret, the pot head from "Jarret's Room",and Patrick Fitzwilliam from Top O' the Morning.
Jimmy graduated from St. Rose, a Catholic college, in Albany, New York with a degree in computer science.
Was chosen for People Magazine's 50 Most Eligible Bachelors.
Jimmy is a former model for Calvin Klein.
Jimmy: I was never really serious with one team. I was into the Mets because my Dad worked at IBM where he got free Mets tickets, so I was into the Mets... then I got to Saturday Night Live where my boss has unbelievable N.Y. Yankees tickets, so he invites us to the games. I'm going to all the games, so I might as well root for the team I'm gonna go sit with. I became a Yankees fan for a few years. But now, I gotta say, I'm really rooting for the Red Sox.
Jimmy: (On Drew Barrymore) She is dreamy! She is so cool, beautiful, funnyand smart. Acting opposite her is great because she's such a happy person. It is impossible not to love her, she is so sweet.
Jimmy: I wanted to be a Priest at one point. I was pretty religious. I was an altar boy, and I was good at it. Then, I started meeting girls and I'm like 'You know, maybe I shouldn't be a Priest'.
Jimmy: I'd do entire music videos in my bedroom, where I used to stand in front of my television memorizing the moves to Michael Jackson's "Beat It". Then, I loved The Beastie Boys, and whatever they did. I would do. I had the sneakers, the gas station attendant jacket, every poster, every t-shirt, I even had my hair cut like them.
Jimmy: My parents were kind of over protective people. Me and my sister had to play in the backyard all the time. They bought us bikes for Christmas but wouldn't let us ride in the street, we had to ride in the backyard. Another Christmas, my dad got me a basketball hoop and put it in the middle of the lawn! You can't dribble on grass.