The 20th Annual Funniest Celebrity Contest will take place on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 @ 7PM at National Public Radio, 1111 N. Capitol Street NE Washington, DC.
Tickets are now available online. Click here to reserve your seats now. For tables or sponsorship opportunities, contact Funniest Celebrity Founder, Richard Siegel at 202-250-9193.
Celebrities scheduled include:
- Matt Cooper, Newsweek
- Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform
- Walter Shapiro, USA Today
- Jamie McIntyre, NPR
- Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune
- Jamie Weinstein, The Daily Caller
- Heather Higgins, Independent Woman’s Voice
- Dan Glickman, Aspen Institute
- Jonathan Edwards, Singer/Songwriter
- James Kotecki, formerly of Politico, Automated Insights
- Brian Murphy, former MD Gubernatorial candidate
Musical performance by American Idol Winner, Ayla Brown
Special performance by Josh Rogin, recipient of the punch heard round the world, giving new meaning to “punch line.”
Check out the 2013 show: http://vimeo.com/user21803463
The Funniest Celebrity Contest is the most creative, unique and entertaining way to support your favorite charity. Our mission is to give high-profile community leaders like journalists, other media, politicians, athletes a chance to live their dream of doing stand-up comedy by performing their own unique topical humor in front of a live audience to benefit charitable causes. For over twenty years, we’ve put on outstanding stand-up comedy programs in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, San Francisco, and other cities, been covered by the local and national media, and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for worthy causes. Learn more about us on this Web site; by getting your charity involved; by attending a show; or by sponsoring a table or group. For more information on The Funniest Celebrity Contests, please call Founder Richard Siegel at 202-250-9193.
The late Sen. Arlen Specter performs
Mike Huckabee performs