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Jerry participated in the 2006 Doodle For Hunger in support of the St. Francis Food Pantries.
He is also the National Chairman for the Us Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Charities & foundations supported
Jerry Lewis has supported the following charities:
Augie's QuestFriars FoundationMarch Of DimesMuscular Dystrophy AssociationSt. Francis Food Pantries and SheltersWorld Smile Foundation Read more about Jerry Lewis's charity work and events. Related articles Jerry Lewis Tops Charity SurveyJerry Lewis Mda Telethon Still Going StrongJerry Lewis Awarded Oscar For Charity WorkObituary: Ed McMahon's Charity WorkJerry Lewis Passes Charity Torch To Son
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More than 20 years ago my swagger caused a rift between DC Comics and myself and that caused problems between DC and Milestone.
The pressure was put on Milestone to silence me. Silence me from what you ask? Calling DC Comics on their shit is what.
I gave up a significant income to concentrate on Milestone. DC was in breach of my deal, and as a result, I lived more than a year on my savings waiting for these people to pay me.
I did well, and my lifestyle conveyed that. My wife and I moved three times in just as many years. Our space got more luxurious until I found a loft, so dope (throwback slang it means fucking fantastic) thought I’d never want to leave there.
If Milestone wanted to impress anyone those meetings took place in my new loft. That lifestyle was not because of »
- Michael Davis
Tribeca audiences were transported back to the 1970s on Thursday night when Seeso’s “There’s… Johnny!” had its premiere screening.
Audiences got to see episodes one and four of the series about Andy, a young man from Nebraska, and Joy, a talent coordinator on the show, as
After the screening, stars Tony Danza, Ian Nelson and Jane Levy, creators Paul Reiser and David Steven Simon, and executive producer David Gordon Green spoke about bringing the seven episode series to life 17 years after it was conjured up by Reiser and Simon. The show, which is set in Los Angeles in 1972 and 1973, will premiere later this year.
Here are nine things we learned from the conversation about the series that, according to Simon, is not “That ’70s Show” with wacky Johnny
- Addie Morfoot
Comedy Central on Thursday introduced viewers to an intentionally funny version of President Donald Trump, as portrayed by comedian Anthony Atamanuik in the new late-night comedy series The President Show.
The episode began with a press conference, during which President Trump addressed his first 100 days in office.
“In my first 100 days, I signed 30 executive orders, fired 59 missiles into Syria, took 16 golf trips, got 500 holes-in-one and talked to a lady astronaut on the computer,” Trump said. “All of that is 785 things, which if you round up is a million. »
Elisabeth Moss in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
Two exciting new limited series are making rather unconventional debuts this week, with The Handmaid’s Tale premiering on Hulu, which hasn’t had such a big event program like this before, and Genius giving National Geographic its first scripted show. We’re also saying goodbye to Bates Motel, welcome back to Silicon Valley, and hello in a new form to Dear White People. Plus there are a couple new places to have a laugh at the president.
To help you keep track of the most important programs over the next seven days, here’s our guide to everything worth watching, whether it’s on broadcast, cable, or streaming for April 23–29:
SUNDAYSilicon Valley (HBO, 10pm)
The boys of Pied Piper return, but they’re no longer a united force. The fourth season promises internal strife, as Richard (Thomas Middleditch) appears to quit his own company, as »
- Christopher Campbell
“We have never faced this before: Purposeful, vindictive chaos,” Stewart said.
Stewart and Colbert giggled through a segment that featured Stewart channeling Trump reading new executive orders to come. The longtime friendship and comedic collaboration between Stewart and Colbert was evident as the bit veered from skewering Trump to a quick homage to Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon (via Carnac the Magnificent) and a quick nod to Jerry Lewis.
The first of Stewart’s three executive orders declared the official language of the United States to be “bull—-” — perhaps a call out to Stewart’s warning in his August 2015 sign-off from “The Daily Show.”
Another was to demand that China send America its Great Wall “Cod, so Mexico has to sign for it,” Stewart »
- Variety Staff
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