Shalom Life | July 01, 2014

Seth Rogen, Andy Samberg, Among Those Headlining Just for Laughs Festival

Rogen and wife, Lauren Miller will also host their ‘Hilarity for Charity’ fundraiser for the National Alzheimer’s Association at the festival.

By: Sarah Bauder

Published: May 7th, 2014 in Culture » Society » News

Seth Rogen, Andy Samberg, Among Those Headlining Just for Laughs Festival

Some big comedy heavy-hitters will be heading the 32nd Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal this year, running from July 9th to July 28th. Among the comedians slated to appear, Seth Rogen will host a gala at the comedy festival on July 26th. Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller also plan to hold their Hilarity for Charity fundraiser for the National Alzheimer’s Association.

“We’re teaming up with Hollywood superstar Seth Rogen for a night of debauchery and hilarious comedy for a great cause. Seth is hosting is very own gala on July 26th featuring some of his funniest friends and special guests with part of the proceeds going to the ‘Hilarity For Charity’ fund. Seth and his wife, Lauren Miller, started the charity as part of the National Alzheimer’s Association’s efforts to raise money for families struggling with Alzheimer’s care, and support groups nationwide and cutting edge research. Don’t miss your chance to “buy your way into heaven”! Disclaimer: If you don’t buy a ticket to this Gala you’ll get a complimentary ticket to hell. Just kidding! Totally joking… probably,” stated a press release.

Other comedians scheduled to appear at Just for Laughs 2014 include: Andy Samberg, Don Rickles, Aziz Ansari, and Russell Peters, just to name a few.

Rogen can be seen in the forthcoming, Neighbors, co-starring Zac Efron and Rose Byrne, opening in theaters on May 9.

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