Frequently Asked Questions
1) Where can I learn more about Stephen Colbert?
2) Are you the official site for ‘The Colbert Report’?
3) Where can I get an autograph from Stephen Colbert?
4) I have this great idea for a guest/story/comedy bit. Can you get it to Stephen for me?
5) Stephen is sooooo hawt! Is he married?
6) Will you post my Stephen Colbert fanfic on your site?
7) How do I get one of those little pictures [“Gravatars”] next to my comment?
8) Does Stephen Colbert know about this site?
I would highly recommend the Wikipedia biography on Stephen Colbert to learn some of the biography behind the man behind the comedy. I would also recommend going to ColbertNation.com and TheDailyShow.com and getting lost in their amazing clip archives, and going to Hulu to watch Stephen’s groundbreaking television comedy “Strangers With Candy” to learn more about Stephen’s performance history.
No, that’s ColbertNation.com. We are simply humble fans, who only wish to bring celebrate all that is Stephen Colbert, all grace and glory to his name, peace be upon him.
If you would like to write Stephen a fan letter or request an autograph, you can mail those requests and letters to:
c/o The Colbert Report
New York, NY 10014
Also, I am often asked about sending Stephen a gift and the best way to get it to him. I have found in my many years of fandom that most celebrities make enough money to be able to buy all of the things that they might want or need. It is better, in my personal opinion, to send a fan letter showing support to a network address such as the one above. That way, not only does Stephen receive a message of support from his fans, but more importantly, the network gets an idea of the loyalty and sheer volume of the Stephen Colbert fan base.
No. This site is not officially affiliated with Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report, or Viacom. Seriously.
Stephen Colbert is married, with three children. One of my objectives with this page is to treat the subject of Stephen Colbert with respect and dignity, and that includes protecting the privacy of Stephen and his family. I’m sure there will be a post or two about his family, but for the most part I plan on focusing on his professional life while leaving his personal life private.
Um, no. We all have to express ourselves differently when it comes to our fandom. But it’s not something we’ll be doing on this web site.
Sign up at Gravatar.com, and check out their site to learn more about this service.
We’ve kind of known for a while (and it was confirmed by a staffer), but now that we’ve been mentioned on the show, the cat’s out of the bag – Stephen definitely knows about No Fact Zone. He’s also been known to call us a “great site [go to 3:40]“. The writers have been known to say some very nice things about the site. We also have a link on the official Colbert Nation web site, so we feel confident that we are respected by the show and by Comedy Central.