Actor and comedian Jason Alexander made a special appearance at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at the MGM Grand on Tuesday night.
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The bard never sounded better when a Beatle sang one his works. That was the case when Sir Paul McCartney took on William Shakespeare at the 23rd annual Simply Shakespeare benefit in Santa Monica.
Celebrity fans of Beyonce Knowles were treated to a VIP experience (naturally) during her LA show on Monday night. Lea Michele, Chris Evans, Seth Rogen, Minka Kelly, Naya Rivera, Big Sean, Brittany Snow, Chris Colfer, Derek Hough, Karina Smirnoff, Tiffani Thiessen, Jason Alexander, Tyler Hoechlin and Bella Thorne were among those that watched B’s “Miss Carter World Tour” concert from the “closed for a private event” Hyde Lounge at the Staples Center.
Brian Grazer was the recipient of the Abe Burrows Award during A Night at Sardi’s annual gala, an evening which raised over $1.1 million for the Alzheimer’s Association.
Brett Ratner has done a complete 180 since making anti-gay remarks last November. After being honored by GLAAD for changing his tune and working harmoniously with the organization, the Rush Hour director has now directed a PSA on their behalf.
Brian Grazer was the recipient of the Abe Burrows Award during “A Night at Sardi’s” annual gala, an evening which raised over $1.1 million for the Alzheimer’s Association. Longtime friend Ron Howard presented the Oscar-winning producer with his award before he gave an emotional speech about his mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s onstage at The Beverly Hilton hotel.
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.
Ben Affleck and Ron Howard were part of the haute assembled crew that helped to raise $2.1 million for the National Multiple Scleroris Society. The two gentleman attended the NMSS’ 38th annual Dinner of Champions at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel…Read More
If tourists were eager to see a celebrity while visiting LA on Wednesday, they didn’t have to look very hard: it seemed as if every celebrity in Hollywood was at the Pantages Theatre. Why? The award-winning Broadway musical, “The Book of Mormon”, had finally arrived in LA.
Paramount studio celebrated 100 years of movie music on Sunday during the Hollywood Bowl. With actor Jason Alexander acting as host for the evening that had all-star composers and musical selections from movie greats like The Godfather, Star Trek and Titanic, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and conductor David Newman played selections of well-known scores while Paramount movie clips were projected on the giant screens.