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Alyse Kenny brings you some of Gotham’s funniest comics to help raise money for a different charity each month! Tonight we’re benefiting the charity co-founded by Padma Lakshmi (Top Chef) – The Endometriosis Foundation of America. Enjoy a night of big laughs for a great cause and enter our raffle to win awesome prizes including a free cut and color at world-famous Oscar Blandi Salon and VIP tickets to ABC's "The View"!
Featuring MC Jimmy Failla, Alyse Kenny, Buddy Fitzpatrick, Harrison Greenbaum, Nick Cobb, Michele Balan, Pat Dixon and Sherri Shepherd!
Alyse Kenny is a stand-up comic, actress and emmy-winning television producer. She currently plays a variety of roles on ABC’s “What Would You Do?”, the ultimate soccer mom in a new Shout commercial, a femme fatale on The Bio Channel’s “I Killed My BFF” and was just cast to play a dancing shop owner for Hanky Panky Underwear. Other TV credits include being a Series Regular and Co-writer of the pilot, "Pryor Knowledge" with Richard Pryor Jr., Host of the comedic clip show “Alphabet Soup” on ABC Digital and comedy sketches on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Her clean, fun brand of comedy showcases her skewed view of growing up the daughter of a shrink and cardiologist, her first few years of marriage and jobs working in television.
About The Endometriosis Foundation of America
Co-Founded by Padma Lakshmi, Host of "Top Chef" and Tamer Seckin, MD, The Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA) strives to increase disease recognition, provide advocacy, facilitate expert surgical training, and fund landmark endometriosis research. Engaged in a robust campaign to inform both the medical community and the public, the EFA places particular emphasis on the critical importance of early diagnosis and effective intervention while simultaneously providing education to women as well as the next generation of medical professionals and their patients. Endometriosis is a debilitating disease that affects 1 in 10 women, but can be managed and treated if caught early. For more information about the EFA, go to endofound.org