Olivia Wilde, Patrick Dempsey and Neil Patrick Harris are among a group of actors appearing in a new PSA for the First Responders First fund on World Health Day.
In the letter, posted on social media, the 53-year-old actor highlighted some of his grandfather’s accomplishments.
NBC on Sunday announced its fall 2019 schedule and offered first looks at its new shows, including Kal Penn’s Dreamer sitcom Sunnyside and Jimmy Smits’ Bluff City Law drama. Also among the newly released sneak peeks is Perfect Harmony, in which Bradley Whitford (The West Wing) plays a former Princeton music professor who whips a small-town […]
NBC has given a pilot order to a single-camera project starring Kal Penn. Penn also co-wrote the untitled project with Matt Murray, with both attached as executive producers. It follows former New York City Councilman Garrett Shah (Penn), who finds his calling when faced with six recent immigrants in need of his help and in […]
Kal Penn, the actor who played Kumar in the 2004 cult comedy "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle," now has a reason to return to the burger chain in real life. The chain's vegetarian sliders made with patties from startup Impossible Foods will become available at all of its nearly 400 restaurants nationwide on Wednesday. Impossible Foods is known for its Impossible Burger, which sizzles and "bleeds" just like a traditional burger, and has received funding from several big name investors, including Bill Gates and Richard Branson.
Displays of number skills and card skills by two contestants on "SuperHuman” gave Mike Tyson visions of getting rich.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson is one of those judges on the Fox competition show, but he also brings the comic relief.
The Big Bang Theory star Kunal Nayyar stopped by Conan where he talked about being mistaken for other successful actors of Indian and Pakistani descent.
Actor Kal Penn is famous for his stereotype-breaking role as Kumar in the hilarious Harold & Kumar series. But recently, he’s been shining a light on the issue of racism in Hollywood.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the premiere of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. And with all that time passed, you’ll be forgiven for forgetting how many stars appeared on the classic series early in their careers. Watch the video above to see six future stars that popped up in Sunnydale.
Sia and Rosie O’Donnell matched donations to the ACLU. Celebrities are sending more than tweets out into the world to show their disapproval of President Trump’s executive order to ban travel from seven countries and stop refugees from entering America. Large contributions from Australian-born singer Sia and other famous names helped the American Civil Liberties Union — the organization that challenged the immigration ban in court and won — raise $24.1 million over the weekend alone.
"To the dude who said I don’t belong in America, I started a fundraising page for Syrian Refugees in your name"