Report: Actor James Corden Replacing Craig Ferguson as Late Late Show Host

James Corden Late Late Show

The search for Craig Ferguson‘s Late Late Show replacement has finally come to an end.

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British actor/comedian James Corden, 35, has been tapped to take over hosting duties for the CBS latenight show, The Wrap is reporting. Ferguson announced his own departure from The Late Late Show in April, noting that he’ll be stepping down this December.

Not yet a household name in the states, Corden has appeared on a number of British TV shows, including Doctor WhoGavin & Stacey and Fat Friends. He’ll also appear in Disney’s upcoming musical movie Into the Woods as the Baker. In 2012, Corden won a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play for his work in One Man, Two Guvnors.

(Still not sure who Corden is? Click here for a gallery of some of his most memorable roles thus far.)

A CBS spokesperson declined to comment on the report.