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Another actor added to Sarah pilot

Posted by Gator on March 27th, 2015

News yesterday that Justin Kirk will be another member of the cast of the soon-to-be-filmed-but-as-yet-unnamed HBO pilot in which Sarah will star. Here’s how The Hollywood Reporter reported it:


032515KirkJustinP2by Lesley Goldberg

Justin Kirk is returning to HBO.

The Angels in America star has joined the cast of the premium cabler’s Sarah Silverman comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The untitled pilot is described as a comedic look at a pathologically honest woman (Silverman) having a modern midlife crisis. Silverman stars as Jude, an abrasively honest tomboy described as a 21st century woman who works as a video game designer. Kirk will play Stacy, Jude’s paranoid, charismatic and occasionally antagonistic boss at the video game company. 

Smash’s Jack Davenport, Kerri Kennedy and Mark Cohen co-star in the comedy written by Lucy Prebble (Secret Diary of a Call Girl). Prebble, Silverman, Ash Atalla, Amy Zvi and Dan Hine exec produce.

For Kirk, repped by UTA, Management 360 and attorney PJ Shapiro, the casting brings the Golden Globe-nominated Weeds alum back to HBO after he toplined its Emmy-winning miniseries Angels in America, for which he also garnered an Emmy nom.

His credits include Nobody Walks, Mr. Morgan’s Last Love and the upcoming Walter.

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Video: Sarah talks HBO pilot on Stars red carpet

Posted by Gator on March 17th, 2015

On the red carpet of Night of Too Many Stars, February 28, Jeff Gurian asked Sarah about her HBO series pilot, and she said more about it than has previously been printed.

Video: Sarah’s standup at autism benefit

Posted by Gator on March 11th, 2015

Here’s Sarah’s piece of Night of Too Many Stars. The benefit was taped live February 28 and broadcast on Comedy Central March 8.

EW sneaks Sarah’s Stars gig

Posted by Gator on March 7th, 2015

The new (“March 13″) issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine has a “News+Notes” sidebar article that includes mention of what Sarah auctioned at this year’s Night of Too Many Stars benefit for autism. Giving away (in advance of tomorrow night’s Comedy Central broadcast of the event that was taped live February 28 at the Beacon Theater in New York) that Sarah’s services treating “you like her parents” were won for a $15,000 bid, the article reports:

Sarah Silverman directed a rant intended for her mother at the two winners: “Mom, you never supported me. When I told you I wanted my face on money, you rolled your eyes. It made me feel like shit.”


Video: Sarah blew Mad Men

Posted by Gator on March 6th, 2015

In the promotional run-up to the start of the final episodes of AMC’s Mad Men, a series of video clips of celebrities talking about the show is out. In Sarah’s, she talks about having ridiculed her friend (and Man Men star), Jon Hamm, when he suggested her for a role back when the show began.

Pics: Sarah at Night of Too Many Stars

Posted by Gator on March 1st, 2015

Here is Sarah on the red carpet and performing, February 28 at Night of Too Many Stars, in New York. The show, hosted by Jon Stewart, will be broadcast on Comedy Central, March 8, as a benefit for autism services.







Night of Too Many Stars will broadcast 3/8/15

Posted by Gator on March 1st, 2015


Jon Stewart periodically hosts a celebrity-packed fundraiser for autism support he calls “Night of Too Many Stars.” This year, the event was taped February 28 at the Beacon Theater in New York City. Sarah performed, along with others including Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Louis C.K., Larry David, John Oliver, Amy Schumer, Martin Short, Larry Wilmore, Bill Burr, Steve Buscemi, Andy Cohen, Ilana Glazer, Gilbert Gottfried, Abbi Jacobson, Maya Rudolph, Susan Sarandon and many more. It will be broadcast as a telethon on Comedy Central, Sunday, March 8, at 8 p.m. ET.

Promo for March 8 "Night of Too Many Stars" benefit for autism services.