Zoe Hewitt spends a bittersweet evening at the red carpet premiere of I Am Chris Farley, the documentary about comedy legend Chris Farley. Everyone had a good time remembering the comedian with stories about how he was always naked. After this, you’ll have a favorite “Chris Farley is naked” story, too…
Zoe Hewitt spends some time on the red carpet at the Lambda Legal Liberty Awards in Los Angeles. Lambda Legal has worked for more than 40 years to further the civil rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered communities as well as the rights of those who are HIV positive.
There were so many compelling stories on the carpet, that we are bringing you multiple longer segments instead of our usual edited version. Scroll down to see:
–>Scandal Emmy-winner Dan Bucatinsky, who also producesWeb Therapy and The Comeback, discusses how the LGBT community is portrayed on television as well as some common stereotypes.
–>Transparent producers Rhys Ernst and Zackary Drucker discuss new media and how Caitlyn Jenner’s transition is life imitating life imitating art and their own experiences as transgendered artists.
–>Actor Aisha Tyler from The Talk and Whose Line Is It Anyway discusses her experience in an interracial relationship as she sings some advice for teenagers.
–>Attorney/activist Laurie Hasencamp and actor/activist Wilson Cruz discuss recent LGBT legislation and the Duggar family.
–>CSI: Cyber star Charley Koontz talks about advice for teenagers and going out with his famous costars, James Van Der Beek and Bow Wow.
Transparent Producers Rhys Ernst and Zackary Drucker:
Zoe Hewitt takes the Red Carpet Rundown cameras to the world-famous Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard for the Phantom movie premiere. The film stars Ed Harris, David Duchovny, William Fictner and Johnathon Schaech.
Watch the segment to learn what happens on a working submarine when things are very, very quiet…
Zoe Hewitt covers the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s 2nd Annual Block Party on Wisteria Lane, home of the Desperate Housewives. The wives, including Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman and Vanessa Williams, all made an appearance along with some of their male counterparts.
The Band from TV, put together by Hero Greg Grunberg, played well into the night.
Other celebrities on the carpet included Ariel Winter, one of the stars of Modern Family. Plus, learn about a brand new drug that’s curing 4% of the population with Cystic Fibrosis.
Zoe Hewitt covers the Dogs for the Deaf and Generation Rescue fundraiser Hooray for HollyWOOF where she chats with animal-lover extraordinaire Betty White.
Dogs for the Deaf trains and subsequently pairs shelter rescue dogs with people around the United States who live with a variety of challenges. This organization performs their work at no fee to the people they service.
Each year, Generation Rescue helps more than 25,000 autistic people and their family members with everything from medical assistance to education. Many of these families benefit from the dogs that Dogs for the Deaf train and place.
It’s a wonderful synergy between two great non-profit organizations!
Zoe Hewitt attends the Night of 100 Stars Oscar viewing party.
Take a look below for all of Zoe’s fun interviews. Some of them include chatting with improv actor extraordinaire Ken Davitian (The Artist, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Glorious Benefit of Kazakhstan), Jason Ritter who discusses his new pilot and Tommy Davidson who talks about the possibility of In Living Color coming back to television!
Plus, guess which classic television show theme song Zoe sings with the series’ star? The answer is below.
Zoe Hewitt takes the Red Carpet Rundown cameras to the Beverly Hills Hotel to cover the 43rd NAACP Image Awards Luncheon. Founded in 1909, they are the largest and oldest civil rights organization in the country. Each year it seeks to honor those who may not otherwise be recognized by mainstream media in the categories of acting, writing/directing, literature and music.
We are bringing you the full interviews with Chandra Wilson and Anika Noni Rose. So, if you want more of these fascinating (and friendly!) women, take a look (and listen) and what they had to say about their most memorable characters to date: