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Nikki Cox finally marries a comedian
December 30th, 2006 under Jay Mohr. [ Comments: none ]

Las Vegas actress Nikki Cox and comedian Jay Mohr are officially husband and wife, her rep confirms exclusively to PEOPLE. The couple exchanged vows in Los Angeles on Friday night. Cox, 28, met Mohr, 36, when he guest-starred on her NBC drama. Mohr, who guest stars on CBS’s Ghost Whisperer, popped the question in February. Mohr was a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1993 to 1995, as well as the host of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and star of the cult FOX sitcom Action! This is the first marriage for Cox, who was previously engaged to comic Bob Goldthwait. Mohr was married to model-turned-actress Nicole Chamberlain from 1998 to 2004. They have one child together, a son named Jackson. Earlier this year, Mohr joked that Jackson, who was 3 at the time, would be planning the ultimate bachelor party. "(It) would be Big Wheels, a little Thomas the Tank Engine and then jumping off the furniture yelling, ‘Infinity and beyond!’ " he told PEOPLE. "Once in a while he’ll mix it up and yell, ‘Guacamole and cheese!’ I have no idea (why), but it has the same result: a cannonball into my solar plexus followed by insane laughing."


I really like both of them, so I hope it works out for them! 


Jay Mohr back on Last Comic Standing
August 4th, 2006 under Jay Mohr. [ Comments: none ]

Whatever hard feelings Jay Mohr had toward NBC and "Last Comic Standing" have apparently eased. The finale will also reveal which of the three remaining comics — Chris Porter, Josh Blue and Ty Barnett — wins this year’s "LCS" title, which includes a stand-up special on Bravo and a talent contract with NBC. One of the final three will be eliminated in the penultimate episode, which airs Tuesday.Although he’s still credited as an executive producer of "Last Comic Standing," Mohr hasn’t been involved with the show this season. As recently as a few weeks ago, in fact, he told Zap2it he had "no interest" in the current season. His falling out with NBC came over the third edition of "Last Comic," which was rushed onto the network’s fall 2004 schedule after "LCS 2" earned solid ratings that summer. The battle between contestants from seasons one and two fell flat in the more competitive environment of the fall season, and NBC cancelled it a week before the winner was to be revealed.


Now if only he could replace the unfunny Anthony Clark! 


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