By TYREE PITTMAN — FOX NEWS (FOXNEWS.COM) — “I can’t believe he’s on my team, I love him.

He’s a true artist.”– Steve Martin, creator of “The Steve Martin Show” and “The Howard Stern Show”The man who invented the sketch comedy “The Show” has been named “Best Comedian” by Fox News.”

I can only imagine what Steve Martin is going through at the moment,” said “The Colbert Report” host Stephen Colbert, “but I can tell you that he has a gift that few other people have.”

The Fox News honor was announced on Wednesday by the annual National Comedy Awards, which is hosted by host Steve Harvey and features the likes of “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels and “Late Night with Seth Meyers” host Jimmy Fallon.

In addition to Martin, who was honored with the honor, he was also voted “Best Guest” by the judges.

The winner of the 2017 National Comedy Award will be announced on May 11.

The annual National Comedians Festival, which includes the National Comedy Writing Awards, is held every year in Las Vegas.

Martin and Colbert will be featured on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on May 14.

They will also appear on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

The nominees were selected by a panel of journalists and comedians and were presented with a panel that included Martin, Harvey and Fallon.

The nominees were also presented with two awards, the “Best of the Night” and the “Lovable Newcomer of the Year.”

The National Comedy Writers Association was founded in 1969 and has inducted more than 100 comic talent into its ranks.

The award ceremony takes place on May 12 in New York City.