Sagaponack Resident Jimmy Fallon Visits Long Island Game Farm

Jimmy Fallon.
Jimmy Fallon. Photo credit: James White/NBC

The Tonight Show host and Sagaponack resident Jimmy Fallon visited the Long Island Game Farm in Manorville with his wife and two children on Wednesday, surprising and delighting his fans.

News 12 anchor Doug Geed was shooting an episode of his show The East End for the news channel when Fallon unexpectedly popped up in the middle of filming. Geed was lucky enough to get a quick interview with Fallon on how his life and show has been recently.

“It’s hard work. It’s easy. It’s fun. I love it. But it’s hard work,” Fallon told Geed. “I’m happy to have a day off.”

With the perfect weather the East End has been experiencing lately, outdoor fun like the Long Island Game Farm can provide is perfect for families to enjoy all summer long.

Fallon has a 5-month-old daughter and a nearly 2-year-old daughter with wife Nancy Juvonen.

“It’s been a crazy time for late night with everybody coming and going but it’s exciting. It’s good to have a day off,” Fallon admitted.

Late night veteran David Letterman just said his last goodbyes with his final show before retiring last week. Stephen Colbert will soon replace Letterman as host of The Late Show.

Fallon, as an East End family man, will definitely be spotted more often than not as the summer rolls around on the island.

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Last month, Fallon showed up at InnerSleeve Records for Record Store Day and did an impromptu interview with WEHM’s Anthony.

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