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1 December 2002 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Chevy Chase ... Himself

Paul Shaffer ... Himself - Host
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Todd Barry ... Himself - Roaster

Richard Belzer ... Himself - Roaster

Eddie Brill ... Himself

Stephen Colbert ... Himself

Beverly D'Angelo ... Herself

Frank DeCaro ... Himself
Tom Eaton ... Himself - Prop Comic

Susie Essman ... Herself

Greg Fitzsimmons ... Himself

Al Franken ... Himself - Roaster

Greg Giraldo ... Himself

Gilbert Gottfried ... Himself

Patricia Hearst ... Herself

Ed Helms ... Himself

Andy Kindler ... Himself

Lynne Koplitz ... Herself

Lisa Lampanelli ... Herself

Nathan Lane ... Himself

Marc Maron ... Himself - Roaster

Steve Martin ... Himself

Christopher L. McAllister ... Prison Guard

John McEnroe ... Himself

John C. McGinley ... Himself

Kevin Meaney ... Himself

Christopher Meloni ... Himself

Laraine Newman ... Herself

Martha Plimpton ... Herself

Randy Quaid ... Himself

Sally Jessy Raphael ... Herself

Freddie Roman ... Himself

Elisabeth Röhm ... Herself

Martin Short ... Himself

Dean Winters ... Himself

Tony Woods ... Himself

Directed by
Paul Miller 
Produced by
Deborah Adamson .... associate producer
Larry Amoros .... consulting producer
Hugh Fink .... consulting producer
Lauren Gray .... executive producer
Ted Kenney .... associate producer
Mark Krantz .... producer
Jennifer Lebeau .... segment producer
Tom Leopold .... consulting producer
Michael B. Matuza .... associate producer
John McCann .... associate producer
Paul Miller .... executive producer
Kimber Rickabaugh .... executive producer
Bill Scheft .... consulting producer
John Schreiber .... producer
Jean Pierre Trebot .... producer (as Jean-Pierre Trebot)
Production Design by
John Yeck 
Costume Design by
Robin McGee 
Production Management
Cisco Henson .... executive in charge of production
Risa Thomas .... production supervisor
Sound Department
Dan Guachione .... boom operator
Camera and Electrical Department
Greg Brunton .... lighting designer
Other crew
Naomi Steinberg .... talent executive


Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Comedy Central Presents: The N.Y. Friars Club Roast of Chevy Chase" - USA (complete title)
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This roast was particularly infamous because the jokes directed at Chevy Chase were especially pointed and mean-spirited, even by the standards of a roast.See more »
Greg Giraldo:An OJ roast would have drawn more star power!See more »
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
My basic thoughts on the roast and what I found to be a little but debatable., 3 March 2014
Author: makaveli_192 from Canada

This was almost hurtful to watch, I think the rumor has gotten around enough that Chevy was a "little" bit difficult to work with at times but this was completely out of hand and as we all know from the articles, he did not handle it well.

I understand the reasoning that in a roast, the roastee has to develop a thicker skin before walking out there and that some of the stuff might get a little bit harsh, but usually there's a sense of joke to them in the voice of the person delivering the puns, in this case, everything said sounded almost hostile. With no humor added at all.

I personally love Chevy as an actor and an artists because I think he's one of the funniest actors/comedians of his time. I didn't like however, watching the poor guy tear up behind his glasses because people are speaking to him with a sense of cruelness.

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