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Writers Bloc Presents: An Intimate Evening with Billy Crystal and David Steinberg
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Writers Bloc Presents: An Intimate Evening with Billy Crystal and David Steinberg

Thursday, Sep 19, 2013 7:30p
Directors Guild of America Los Angeles, CA

You loved him on Saturday Night Live . You ached for him in When Harry Met Sally . And you thanked him for being so funny during those long nights of the Academy Awards. Billy Crystal is simply one of the funniest comedians we know. Join us for an intimate evening with Billy Crystal and fellow great comedian David Steinberg, as they look at Billy's extraordinary career, and mark the milestone of Crystal's turning 65.

While his short career with the New York Yankees (one day) wasn't quite as spectacular
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Billy Crystal
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Father was a jazz producer and owned a record shop; his uncle Milton Gabler began the first independent jazz label, Commodore Records. Singer Billie Holiday was one of his babysitters. Went to Marshall University on a baseball scholarship, but transferred after one year when the baseball program was eliminated after his freshman year....
David Steinberg
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The Canadian TV/film comedian/producer was a regular on the talk-show circuit during the '70s, parlaying his hip talk into a few successful comedy recordings. ~ Larry Lapka, Rovi
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Directors Guild of America
7920 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
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Jan 29, 2008 - rareexception on Billy Crystal
I hate to say "one of the greats" as it sounds eulogistic but...

is "eulogistic" even a word or did I just make it up? Billy Crystal is a great comedian, actor, impromptu speaker, impersonator, and improvisational performer. He wasn't asked to host the Oscars repeatedly because of his stage presence (wait... yes he was). I'd love to see him in more movies and think he should get back on stage with a world tour.

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