Penn Jillette is an American magician, comedian, and author, and is half of "Penn and Teller." Jillette began his career as a juggler, graduating from Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, and in 1981 he teamed up with his friend Teller for a famous off-Broadway show. Since 2003, Penn and Teller have hosted the popular television show "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" in which they debunk popular misconceptions or pseudo-scientific beliefs. Jillette is an outspoken advocate of atheism and libertarianism, and is the author of the novel "Sock."
The most important part of life is work, it’s the flow, it’s getting stuff done, feeling like you’re doing something. We have that in spades. We’re really, really happy.
If there’s something you really want to believe, that’s what you should question the most.
We live in a country so cool you can take the flag and burn it on stage in Vegas.
You can’t allow people freedom and then change your mind when the things don’t go your way.
Penn Jillette says there is no such thing as a war on Christmas. And yet, Jillette says we're leaving out "close to 30 percent of the population of the United States of America...Why can’t you just say, it’s a...
WARNING: adult language. In this installment of Penn Jillette's Atheist's Guide to the 2012 Election, the Penn and Teller illusionist (and outspoken atheist) sizes up Mitt Romney's religion, along with what he...