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Pic: Sarah covers Magnet mag

Posted by Gator on November 6th, 2014

Sarah’s on the cover of issue #115 of Magnet Magazine.


Sarah with Lena on her chest

Posted by Gator on November 6th, 2014

As Lena Dunham tours promoting her book, Not that Kind of Girl, she has partnered with Planned Parenthood in support of their Women Are Watching campaign, by recruiting a wealth of celebrities (including Sarah) to pose in or with the shirt that Dunham designed. Profits from the shirts support the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, which encourages women to vote for birth control rights in the upcoming elections. You can get one here.




Sarah says: GO VOTE TODAY!

Posted by Gator on November 4th, 2014

Sarah is among many celebrities who are part of the #govote movement of headcount.org.  This is how the website explains #govote:

#GoVote aims to create a unique cultural moment around the November 4th election. Originated by The Culture Group in 2012, it began with the creation of digital images highlighting the phrase “#GoVote.” HeadCount then added works by rock poster artists, and asked musicians and entertainers to pose for photos holding those works. On Election Day, the entertainers will post their photos on social media. 



Video: Sarah guests on Nealon series

Posted by Gator on November 3rd, 2014

Here is Sarah as Kevin Nealon’s guest on episode 7 (11/3/14) of his series, Laugh Lessons.



And here’s what they’re calling a “bonus” Sarah clip.

Sarah Silverman Online

Posted by Gator on November 2nd, 2014


The SSO homepage blog is the central section of the site. To read about Sarah, scroll down the homepage to view blog entries you’ve missed since you were last here. Links to entries by month are in the lower left corner of the screen. Or if you are looking for something specific, use the search box in the upper right corner.

See Sarah

SS & Friends (@Largo, Los Angeles) – 11/14/14

Fun Lovers Unite anti-gun violence benefit (Los Angeles)  – 11/18/14

Andy Cohen with Sarah (Hollywood, CA) – 11/20/14

Movies are here.

TV roles are here.


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Sarah & Michael channel HBO series

Posted by Gator on November 1st, 2014

For the uninitiated: the pic Sarah posted today is an allusion to the HBO series, The Leftovers. (Amy Brenneman is one of the stars.)



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Another version of this selfie.

Sarah named Woman of Vision

Posted by Gator on November 1st, 2014

On October 25, the Adrienne Shelly Foundation honored Sarah at their fourth annual Woman of Vision salute.  All published information we found afterward (such as the UPI article below) was based on a press release from the foundation.

Adrienne Shelly Foundation Fundraiser with Sarah Silverman MOMA 10/25/14

Adrienne Shelly Foundation Fundraiser with Sarah Silverman MOMA 10/25/14

NEW YORK, Oct. 31 (UPI) – The Adrienne Shelly Foundation says it has honored actress and comedian Sarah Silverman with its Woman of Vision Award at a ceremony in New York.

The Oct. 25 event featured a screening of the 1970 dark comedy Where’s Poppa [see Sarah's tweet below] starring Ruth Gordon and George Segal, after which Silverman was interviewed by her fellow comic, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart-creator Lizz Winstead.

“Sarah Silverman is truly without peer,” ASF founder and executive director Andy Ostroy, Shelly’s husband, said in a statement Thursday. “She’s a comedic genius, a multi-faceted artist and an important political activist. As such, we’re thrilled to honor her as this year’s Woman of Vision.”

The non-profit organization is named after the late actress and filmmaker, and supports women filmmakers with production grants.

Best known for her films Sudden ManhattanI’ll Take You There and Waitress, Shelly was murdered in her Manhattan office by a 19-year-old burglar Nov. 1, 2006. She was 40.


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