Les Girls Benefit Raises $500,000 for the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund

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For the 12th year in a row, celebrities performed cabaret acts for a cause: to benefit the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund.

Creative producer Jason Alexander, consulting writer Bruce Vilanch and hosts Monica Potter and Peter Krause helped to raise $500,000 for the organization.

Universal Studios’ Universal Partnerships and Licensing (UP&L) president Stephanie Sperber was honored at the Les Girls event, which kicked off with a cocktail reception and silent auction followed by an evening of cabaret.

Eric McCormack, Steven Weber, Peri Gilpin, Sharon Lawrence, Robert Morse and Ana Ortiz were among the guests who attended the fete at Avalon Hollywood on Monday evening.

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