Consider this a lesson in saying "Yes" more often. At the Riot LA Comedy Festival on Saturday, legendary funny man Fred Willard sat down for a live interview on The Classic Showbiz Talk Show with Kliph Nesteroff to talk about his 55-year...Show More Summary
LAST CHANCE TICKETS - Tomorrow I interview Fred Willard live onstage all about his 1960s coffeehouse career and his time as a 1970s cult comedy favorite! It's only $10! Here is the ticket link.
Celebrating Diversity in Hollywood 2:07 Fred Willard looks forward to a day when men are finally recognized for all of their contributions to the entertainment industry. Submitted by: chris_singel Regular Keywords: men film awards sexism...Show More Summary
I'm happy to announce that on January 17, 2015, I'll be presenting one of those great, detailed Classic Showbiz interviews with the one and only Fred Willard! Fred Willard was a coffeehouse comedian in the era of Mort Sahl, Lenny Bruce, Nichols & May, Jonathan Winters and Dick Gregory. Show More Summary
This week on "The Bold and the Beautiful," Ivy's father John Forrester (Fred Willard) will return to the soap for the holidays. Meanwhile, Rick threatens Ivy to keep quiet about him and Maya and unless she does so she'll be out of aShow More Summary
Ol' Man River, he just keeps rollin' along... As does Fred Willard. You'd think -- given that this veteran actor / comedian turned 75 back in September -- that Willard would finally begin to slow down at this point. Well, think again. Show More Summary
The comedy veteran talks with SPINOFF about voicing the Secretary of the Interior in the animated sequel, his soap opera debut and returning to "Modern Family,"
The Bold and the Beautiful...and the hilarious? Comedy great Fred Willard has been set for a four-episode guest appearance on the hit CBS soap opera playing John Forrester, younger brother of fashion king Eric Forrester (John McCook). Show More Summary
The bottom line about the Washington Redskins, according to Jimmy Kimmel: “We got used to because it’s been around
Amy Poehler has enlisted Ellen Burstyn for her NBC comedy pilot Old Soul. The Academy Award winner most recently seen as a crazed grandmother in Flowers In The Attic will play “an earthy lesbian with a New Age bent who has recently survived...Show More Summary
...It looks like the veteran comic actor might soon command a bit more of the spotlight.
Comedy veteran Fred Willard is set to co-star opposite Natasha Lyonne and Rita Moreno in NBC‘s single-camera comedy pilot Old Soul. Co-created/exec produced by Amy Poehler, Josh Bycel and Jonathan Fener and directed by David Wain, Old...Show More Summary
The Thanksgivukkah Movie Trailer 2:17 It's the Thanksgiving/Hanukkah movie we've all been waiting for, starring Nick Kroll, Penny Marshall, Fred Willard, Kumail Nanjiani & Fred Melamed. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: thanksgiving...Show More Summary
Parent News with Fred Willard: The Ha... 3:11 It's Halloween once again and Fred Willard and the Parent News Team is here to report on all things Halloween. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: parent news parents parenting fred willard news show anchor anchors anchorman news report reporting reporter reported Views: 1
Fred Willard recreated his role as an eccentric judge in Christopher Guest’s film "Best in Show" at a fundraiser benefiting Actors and Others for Animals. Read More The post Fred Willard Talks About His Animal Activism appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Happy Birthday to Jada Pinkett Smith! She’s 42 today. Let’s see who else is celebrating a birthday. Singer Jimmie Rodgers is 80. Actor Robert Blake is 80. Actor Fred Willard is 80. Singer-actor Frankie Avalon is 73. Actress … Continue reading »
So here is something I love. Fred Willard, who recently got into a bit of trouble for pleasuring himself inside an adult movie theater, is now narrating a Travel Channel show titled Horneytown U.S.A. (God bless that man and his ability...Show More Summary
Yo La Tengo - by the numbers.
For a split second, it seemed like our season four finale was going to be … serious? Phil’s mother, Gracie, whom we never had the pleasure of meeting, has died. Even small doses of Fred Willard’s Frank Dunphy have explained so much about why Phil is the pun-addicted, trampoline-loving, Clive ... More »