Lisa Lampanelli “UNLEASHED” A Benefit Show for North Shore Animal League America: with Special Guest – Frank DeCaro Sponsored by The Paramount

Thursday, June 29th 2017
Show at 8 PM | Doors at 7 PM
Founder's Room Afterparty
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Frank DeCaro

Comedian, actor, author, pop culture pundit, and radio and TV personality, Frank DeCaro tours the country as the opening act for insult comic extraordinaire Lisa Lampanelli, playing large venues across North America. He is best known for his 12 years as the host of the daily national radio program The Frank DeCaro Show on Sirius XM, and his long-running, much lauded stint as the flamboyant movie critic on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. A former New York Times columnist, DeCaro is the author of five books including The Dead Celebrity Cookbook, Unmistakably Mackie, A Boy Named Phyllis, and the forthcoming Big Wigs: Combing Through the Culture of Drag. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and married to writer Jim Colucci, the New York Times bestselling author of Golden Girls Forever. The couple and their Boston terrier are openly bicoastal. Follow DeCaro on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @frankdecaroshow.


Lisa Lampanelli is best-known as “Comedy’s Lovable Queen of Mean.” A proud supporter of the NSALA, she has appeared at the organization’s yearly gala several times, including her turn at hosting the gathering in 2015. A frequent guest on Sirius satellite radio’s “The Howard Stern Show” and on the Comedy Central Roasts, Lampanelli has also appeared on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Chelsea Lately,” “Jimmy Kimmel
Live,” “The Dr. Oz Show,” and “Good Morning America.” She was also a member of the cast of NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice,” Season 5, and has been nominated twice for Grammy Awards for “Best Comedy Album.” With six one-hour televised specials, including her HBO special, “Long Live The Queen,” Lampanelli recently wrote her first play, “Stuffed,” which premiered at the WP Theatre last fall in New York City.

All joking aside, Lisa is generously donating her talent to support Animal League America’s no-kill mission.