MAFA, The Museum of Awesome Fan Art

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The Colbert Report is ending its nine year run on December 18th. Members of the Colbert Nation know that his portrait was added to the National Museum of American History in 2008. Scroll down to see an embedded clip of the Colbert Report segment adding Colbert’s portrait to the Museum. Sadly, Colbert’s portrait isn’t currently on display in the National Museum of American History.

Who’s Honoring Colbert Now? TV Juriste!

TV Juriste is doing its part to honor one of our favorite shows and the PHENOMENAL fan portrait of Stephen Colbert (the character) by Heather Horton in MAFA. How can we tell this is the Stephen Colbert character from The Colbert Report rather than the Stephen Colbert heading to CBS? The eye brow arch, facial expression and gelled hair!

You can see more of Heather Horton’s work here.





Check out The Colbert Report National Museum of American History segment.

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Harvard-trained attorney and long-time TV super fan, Terri James (TV Juriste) has worked at E!, NBCUniversal, BBC and for a TV personality, for television shows including, E! News, The Daily Ten, Live From the Red Carpet, Life in the Fab Lane, The Soup, Americans in Bed, Chicago PD, and Royal Pains, among others.Terri's All-Time Favorite TV Shows: The Wire, Seinfeld, Colbert Report, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Sex and the City, 30 Rock, SNL, Homeland (first season), Breaking Bad (final season), My So Called Life, Meet the Press (Tim Russert Years), and Lil Bush.

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