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'You are a class act': Sarah Michelle Gellar leads the way as stars pay tribute to retiring late night legend David Letterman
By SP_COP on April 04, 2014 | From
'You are a class act': Sarah Michelle Gellar leads the way as stars pay tribute to retiring late night legend David Letterman He played host to nearly every star in Hollywood after more than three decades of late night glory.

And Sarah Michelle Gellar led the way as they took to Twitter on Thursday to pay tribute to David Letterman after it emerged he had finally made the decision to retire.

The Buffy The Vampire Slayer favourite posted a touching montage of pictures from her visits on the show.

Sarah, 36, captioned the image: 'You are a class act that will be truly missed #legend.'

But she was far from the only big name who wanted to share their thoughts on the 66-year-old television legend, who is now the longest serving host in late night history.

Perhaps most important was Seth Meyers, who now hosts Late Night on NBC, which was started as a vehcile for the bespectacled funnyman back in 1982.

In a photo posted on the show's Twitter account it said: 'If It wasn't for David Letterman, this show wouldn't exist. If it wasn't for David Letterman, I wouldn't be here.'

Other stars offering their thoughts included big beasts of comedy such as Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Martin and Ricky Gervais.

The Jerk star Steve said: 'Wow, @Letterman retiring. He's been a significant force in my "later" career. Thanks, Dave!'

And Ricky credited him with turning him from British sitcom curiosity into an US sensation, calling him, 'a king, a king-maker, and probably the man most to blame for inflicting me on America. See you soon.'

Fellow chat show funnyman Arsenio Hall said: 'There's a tear under the CBS eye! David Letterman - Simply The Best!!!'

And Seinfeld's Jason Alexander added: 'Mr. Letterman, you have always been the best. I've had more fun on your show and you've been a class guy all the way. Enjoy ur final days.'...
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