Legionnaires of Laughter (LOL) will hold it’s first-ever Legacy Awards on December 10th, 2018 at Cipriani Wall Street in Downtown New York City. The evening will be hosted by comedian Ken Jeong and will include several special performances and special guest appearances.

The inaugural event was founded by the late King of Comedy, to celebrate his peers and honor their efforts and achievements in the comedy arena. The evening will recognize comedians in a number of categories and are voted on by an exclusive group of 130 comedians, inducted by Jerry Lewis as the first Legionnaires in the LOL Academy.

Legionnaires of Laughter’s Legacy Awards are executive produced by Emmy & Grammy Award winning producer, Rikki Hughes; Veteran Entertainment Executive Barry Florence; and Australian film producer, Louise Schultze.

Profits from sponsorship of the evening will be donated to Jerry Lewis' charity, Jerry’s House. Legionnaires of Laughter Legacy Awards is proudly brought to you by Australian Production House, BDC Entertainment, Magic Lemonade Productions, Magnify, Yes Captain (SFX), DWA Entertainment Lawyers, GSM Entertainment, Star Group AV, R.S. Owens, KMG Jewelry, Cipriani, Baldessari & Coster LLP, Stewart Falcon Design & Illustration, David Windsor Legal, Bader Media Group, Impulse Event Group and Pamela Taylor Hair & Makeup.

Attendees expected include Host Ken Jeong, nominees Alex Brooker, Alex Brighton, Billy Connolly, Charity Angel Dawson, Emily Borromeo, Huck Milner, Lenne Klingaman, Major Attaway, Olivia Rodrigo, Rob McClure, Steven Rogers, 555 additional Legionnaire guests Mark Pitta, Richard Belzer, Tommy Chong, and a performance by nominee Arielle Jacobs and additional nominees and guests.

WHEN: Monday, December 10, 2018
Media Check In: 5:15 PM
Arrivals: 6:00 – 7:00 PM

WHERE: Cipriani Wall Street
55 Wall Street
New York, NY

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