Jay Leno continues to round out his comedy crew.
Ross Mathews, Liz Feldman, Brian Unger, Nick Thune, Owen Benjamin, Marina Franklin and Sebastian Maniscalco have been added as correspondents to “The Jay Leno Show.”
Mathews was a regular contributor on “The Tonight Show” since 2001 and covered major events for the show, such as the Olympics and Academy Awards.
Unger offers commentary on National Public Radio; Thune has had several appearances on Comedy Central; Benjamin appeared in “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” as well as “The House Bunny”; Franklin appeared on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”; and Maniscalco co-starred in “Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Comedy Show.”
“The Jay Leno Show” begins its run Monday, with Jerry Seinfeld, Rihanna and Jay-Z set as guests.