Jeff Beacher: Welcome to the Fun House—the Man Behind Beacher’s Madhouse

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Jeff Beacher is the ultimate showman. He is  the force behind Beacher’s Madhouse, a zany, vaudeville-style variety show featuring mini-celebrities, scantily-clad burlesque dancers and dancing Oompa Loompas. Come December, his campy extravaganza will settle into its new home at the MGM Grand & Casino, the very spot where Beacher infamously once stripped down to a Speedo and belly-flopped into a 10,000-gallon fish tank. His Vegas show will be campier and more extravagant than ever with the addition of a nine-year-old resident DJ, a mini-Kanye West, giant bunnies, pandas, pink gorillas and dinosaurs. You can bet your bottom dollar that Beacher’s slew of celebrity friends such as Miley Cyrus, Kelly Osbourne and David Arquette will be frequently catching all the action live.  Here, Jeff Beacher welcomes you to a day in his wild, wacky world.

8:00AM I wake up, throw on sweats and walk to Runyon Canyon.
10:00AM Back to my suite at the Roosevelt Hotel for a shower, shave and Acqua Di Parma Blu Mediterraneo.
10:30AM I get dressed in one of my standard ‘Beacher Daily Uniforms’ – a Ralph Lauren polo shirt with blue jeans, my rose gold Rolex Daytona and Nike Tuxedo sneakers — before I head down to my office located near the Roosevelt’s pool.
11:00AM Meet with my creative team and brainstorm ideas using the latest news in pop culture so that we can creative spoofs at our next live show, i.e. a mini-Kim Kardashian giving birth with mini-Kanye West by her side.
11:30AM Take a call from David Arquette, who tells me all about the new Obama puppet he made for Bootsy Bellows; I brag that my mini-Ke$ha is funnier.
12:15PM My good friend Kelly Osbourne calls and tells me to give all of the little people raises and offer them better health benefits. I agree to do it.
12:30PM Leave the Roosevelt for a lunch at the Beverly Hills Hotel. I’ll either take my Cadillac Escalade, my 1969 black on black Corvette Convertible,  my red and black 1955 Porsche Spyder or the Beacher’s Madhouse Ambulance, which is always good for a laugh.

For four solid hours a day, I have to focus on marketing and creating the show, the opening of Beacher’s Madhouse Las Vegas at the MGM Grand, and the overall expansion of the Beacher’s Madhouse theater company. This is my favorite time of the day.


2:00-6:00PM For four solid hours a day, I have to focus on marketing and creating the show, the opening of Beacher’s Madhouse Las Vegas at the MGM Grand, and the overall expansion of the Beacher’s Madhouse theater company. This is my favorite time of the day.
6:15PM Get a call in the office from Alessandra Balazs (Andre Balazs’ daughter), who tells me she wants a little person stripper to surprise Chelsea Handler (Andre’s girlfriend) for her birthday party.
7:00PM I leave for Craig’s restaurant in Beverly Hills. Craig’s is like my second office, as it’s where I hold all my off-site meetings. I’ll see everyone from George Clooney to Bob Saget to Elton John there. It’s my favorite restaurant in LA.
9:00PM I drive Little Donny to Charlize Theron’s house in the Hills to surprise Chelsea Handler for her birthday. He pops out of a giant cake!
11:00PM I arrive back at the Roosevelt, walk my Jack Russell terrier Princess, then head to bed and watch some of my favorite TV shows on my iPad: “Boardwalk Empire” for the 100th time, or “Homeland.”
12:00AM Before I pass out, I FaceTime with some friends in London and Germany, then say my prayers and fall fast asleep.

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