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Jón Gnarr

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Icelandic actor, comedian, and politician who became the Mayor of Iceland's capital city Reykjavík on 15 June 2010, and stepped down on 16 June 2014.

Jón Gnarr on KCRW

What if a well-known comedian like Jimmy Kimmel or Sarah Silverman decided to start a political party? And then ran for mayor of L.A.? And then won?

Iceland’s Comedian Mayor

What if a well-known comedian like Jimmy Kimmel or Sarah Silverman decided to start a political party? And then ran for mayor of L.A.? And then won?

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