Best Oscar Viewing Party! 27th Annual “Night of 100 Stars”

LOS ANGELES — On Oscar® Sunday February 26th, the International Ballroom at the Beverly Hilton Hotel is providing a new venue for the arrival of over 100 voting Academy film and TV stars who will attend the hottest celebrity Awards party in town with even bigger names than last year.  Norby Walters, veteran music agent/producer, reprises his role as Dinner Chairman.

Joining us again as Title Sponsor of this event is billionaire clothing designer/manufacturer Peter Nygard, Founder and Chairman of Nygard International — a Canadian clothing brand based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is one of the largest women’s clothing manufacturers and suppliers in the world, with annual sales of over $500 million. The company employs 12,000 people worldwide and supplies its clothing lines to more than 200 retail stores in North America.

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Joe Bologna

Academy Award writer and Emmy Award actor, Joe Bologna, will receive the “Night of 100 Stars” Lifetime Achievement Award presented by actor, comedian Richard Lewis.

Richard Lewis attends AFI's 41st Life Achievement Award Tribute to Mel Brooks at Dolby Theatre on June 6, 2013 in Hollywood.
Richard Lewis attends AFI’s 41st Life Achievement Award Tribute to Mel Brooks at Dolby Theatre on June 6, 2013 in Hollywood.

The formal sit-down dinner viewing party has always included past Oscar winners and nominees who will return to pay tribute to this year’s favorite Award nominees. Stars and their guests will be dressed to the nines in formal fashions represented by the nations finest design houses. Various “fashion police” reporters will line the red carpet doing live and taped reports.  Last year over 250 media outlets from the U.S. and nearly 50 international news outlets covered the “Night of 100 Stars”.

 

For tickets and information call 310-446-5416 –  www.nightof100stars.com

See Video – http://jltv.tv/videos.php?id=1&play=2121

The media has always rated the “Night of 100 Stars” as one of the top Oscar viewing Awards parties. Stars attending past years and invited this year include: Fran Drescher, Richard Lewis, Cloris Leachman, Rumer Willis, Ryan O’Neil, Lee Majors, Shirley Jones, Mark Steines (ET & Hallmark), Hector Elizondo, Michael Caine (Blame it on Rio), Naomi Grossman (American Horror Story), Laura Dern, Antonio Sabata Jr., Steve Bauer (Ray Donovan), Tara Reid (Sharknados), Ian Ziering,  Steve Collins, Jack McGee (Gangster Squad), Tom Sizemore, David Baldwin, J.K. Simmons, Anne Heche, Melissa Leo, Kelly Hu, Nadine Valazquez (FLIGHT),  Ron Perlman, A.C. Cowlings,  President Donald Trump (attended 2003), John Heard, Ernie Hudson, Vincent Pastore, Billy Burke (Twilight), Tony Danza, Ed Begley Jr., Peter Facinelli (Twilight), Arielle Kebbel, LeeAnn Rimes, Kevin McKidd (Grey’s Anatomy), NFL’s Terrell Owens, Kenny (Babyface) Edmonds, Maggie Lawson (Psych), James Tupper, Jennie Garth, Dianne Ladd,  Marisol Nichols, Richard Dreyfuss,  Michael Nouri, Bruce Boxleitner, Armand Assante, Sean Patrick Flannery, Bo Derek, Estella Warren, Lena Headey, Kristanna Loken, Maria Conchita Alonso, Frank Stallone (Grammy winner brother of Oscar nominated actor Sly), John Corbett, Joe Pantoliano, Dolph Lundgren, Tia Carrere, Robert Carradine, Annie Wersching (star of “24”), Richard Grieco,  Bryan Cranston, John Ratzenberger, Autumn Reeser, Missi Pyle (The Artist), James Pickens, Nichole Tom, Patrick Warburton, Michelle Lee,  Diane Baker,  Gloria Allred, Jackie Johnson ( CBS on air personality and top 10 US weather girl), Sean Astin, Krista Allen, Ed Asner, Jason Alexander, Powers Boothe, Daniel Baldwin, Maggie-Q (Nikita), Jermaine Jackson, CCH Pounder, Timothy Busfield, Renee Taylor, Joe Bologna, Susan Blakely, Keith Carradine, David Hasselhoff, James Cromwell (The Artist), Stephen Collins, Michael Chiklis, Joanna Cassidy, Kevin Dillon, Traci Lords, Lolita Davidovich, Cindy Margolis, Robert Davi, Bruce Davison, Lou & Carla Ferrigno, Frances Fisher, Dave Foley, Jon Favreau, Joely Fisher, Robert Forster, Jeff Garlin, Judd Nelson, Barry Newman, James Darren, Carla Gugino, Lou Gossett Jr., Dennis Haysbert, Dule Hill, Cheryl Hines, Monty Hall, Harry Hamlin, Marilu Henner, Ken Howard, Richard Karn, Martin Landau, Vincent Spano, Ron Livingston, Hal Linden, Richard Lewis, Sharon Lawrence, Michael Lerner, Matthew Modine, Chris McDonald, Camryn Manheim, Dylan McDermott, Jesse Metcalfe, Ming-Na,  Kevin Nealon, Danielle Panabaker, Kevin Pollak, Stefanie Powers, Michelle Phillips, Lou Diamond Phillips, Freddie Rodriguez, Jason Ritter, Brenda Dickson (Young & Restless), Brande Roderick, Adam Rodriguez, Jenna Jameson, Pat Richardson, Courtney Stodden (Big Brother/Couples Therapy), Fred Savage, John Schneider, Bai Ling, Tony Shaloub (Monk), Kevin Sorbo, Rob Schneider, Amber Tamblyn, Mimi Rogers, Jennifer Tilly, Regina Taylor (The UNIT), Sharon Gless (Burn Notice), Gary Busey, Lorraine Toussaint (Body of Proof) director John Singleton, Kim Delaney, Emmanuelle Chriqui (Entourage), Hill Harper (CSI NY), Adrienne Maloof (Beverly Hills Housewives), Oksana Grigorieva (singer,Mel Gibson’s Ex), Madeline Zima (Californication), Julian McMahon (Charmed),  C. Thomas Lowell (Amazing Spiderman, Ron Masak (Murder She Wrote), Yakov Smirnoff (Happily Ever After),  Maxwell Caulfield and Juliet Mills, Nicole Sullivan (Devious Maids), Patricia Richardson ( Home Improvement), Krista Keller (Lifetime’s Mother Daughter Experiment) and over 100 more.

Jimmy Kimmel said, “The Night of 100 Stars has the most beautiful girls.” Over the years, along with the other 100 stars attending, approximately 30 to 40 Academy Award Winners and Nominees attended, including Bryan Cranston, Jamie Foxx, Peter Fonda, Jon Voight, Danny Aiello, Jennifer Tilly, Linda Blair, Michael Lerner, Sally Kirkland, Gary Busey, Bruce Davison, Richard Dreyfuss, Cathy Moriarty, Kathleen Quinlan, Eric Roberts, Robert Forster, Diane Ladd, Caroll Baker, Rip Torn, Dean Stockwell, Theodore Bikel, Don Murray, William H. Macy, Samantha Eggar, Glynis Johns, Terry Moore, Burt Young, George Chakiris, James Cromwell,  Shirley Jones, Martin Landau, David Paymer, Robert Loggia, Renee Taylor, Joe Bologna, Brenda Vaccaro, Shirley Knight, Stuart Whitman, Seymour Cassel, Lesley Ann Warren, Russ Tamblyn, Sally Kellerman and the late Mickey Rooney.

Always a very special and exciting evening, the “Night of 100 Stars” viewing party doesn’t fail to be one of the most prestigious of Oscar-night events!

By: Ed Lozzi

For tickets and information call 310-446-5416 –  www.nightof100stars.com

See Video – http://jltv.tv/videos.php?id=1&play=2121

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