Serving as a combination five-year anniversary celebration and fundraiser for the non-profitGilda's Club, on Tuesday LaughFest presented comedians Sinbad, Jim Breuer, Kathleen Madigan and magician/Cupcake Wars host Justin Willman, hosted by 2011's inaugural Stand-Up Competition winner Michael Kosta.
Cree Summer ("Freddie") "I started doing cartoons when I was 12 years old and I still do cartoons. I work for Nickelodeon
To this day, Cree Summer, the actress who played Winifred "Freddie" Brooks, says she hears from viewers who credit "A Different
During an interview with HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill about his stand-up special "Sinbad: Make Me Wanna Holla," Sinbad
Sinbad joins Marc on set to talk about why he filed for bankruptcy.
Comedian and '90s sitcom star Sinbad has filed for bankruptcy again.
Earlier On HuffPost: What Sinbad would change, however, is appearing on The Celebrity Apprentice" in 2010. "I never should
The Planes production team did come up with an appealing aerodynamic cast for this animated feature. But then the question became, who would Disney recruit to come voice this new set of characters?
25 years ago today, comedian and icon Bill Cosby introduced America to a spinoff adapted from his very own -- and hugely
When Irina Kom parts the exotic pink and gold silk curtain to reveal her living room-cum-bedroom-cum-dance studio, the incense refreshes the senses like a walk in a spring shower.
Along with Rolexes and Corvettes, our homes are an accessory that tells the world our station in life -- which may be why
In the latest effort to censor texts considered to be "offensive to the public good", an Egyptian NGO is attempting to ban the popular book One Thousand and One Arabian Nights.
Celebrities have never been known for fiscal prudence. But, whether it's caused by the financial crisis, those seemingly
While no comedians before have matched the level of opposition and intrigue that Colbert and Leno generated more recently, this list of prior entertainers at the press dinner might amaze you.
Specifically: Why is it the characters on Burn Notice and the recently completed Nip/Tuck spend their spare time spooning
Hillary could hear the sniper bullets whizzing past her ears as she kept moving. She lunged forward dodging fire with a full somersault and then leapt up onto the hood of an empty Jeep parked on the tarmac.
I've been struck by network reporters' attempts to insert themselves into this story.