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Jay Thomas At The 2015 Berkshire Playwright’s Lab Gala
This year’s Berkshire Playwright’s Lab Opening Night Gala will take place on Friday, June 5th at 8 p.m. at The Mahaiwe in Great Barrington, MA.
It will be an evening of new short plays and new short films written by Chiara Atik, Joe Cacaci, Richard Dresser and Dean Imperial and featuring performances by Lauren Ambrose, Treat Williams, and our guest Jay Thomas.
After 33 years on TV, David Letterman will sign off Wednesday. He was innovative and always unpredictable. Rev. Sharpton talks to two people close to him: Former “Late Show” writer and producer Daniel Kellison and comedian Jay Thomas
Famous People Who Put Their Children Up For Adoption
Putting a child up for adoption can be one of the hardest decisions you’ll ever have to make in life. People do it for many reasons: they’re not ready to become a parent, their career is taking off, their living situation is unstable, etc. But did you know that some celebrities have had to face that hard decision as well? They’re humans, too. Here is a list of celebrities you most likely didn’t know put their children up for adoption.
Actor Jay Thomas gave a son up for adoption with his then-girlfriend when his career was just getting started. The couple thought it was the best decision at the time. The father and son were reunited in 2007.
Jay Thomas takes one more shot at David Letterman's Christmas-tree meatball
Jesuit High School product Jay Thomas will topple his last Christmas-tree-topping late-night meatball Friday night (Dec. 19), concluding a longstanding holiday tradition on "The Late Show With David Letterman," scheduled to air at 10:35 p.m. on WWL-TV. Thomas does the deed with a football toss, an odd Letterman rite that dates to December 1998.
Friday's "Late Show" will also feature a Darlene Love performance of "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)," a Letterman tradition dating to 1986, as well as a just-a-guest-appearance by actor Josh Brolin.
Letterman is retiring next year, to be replaced by Stephen Colbert. Jay Thomas, meatball-slayer, will retire, too.
"It hasn't struck me yet," said Thomas during a recent phone interview from his California home. "It hasn't hit me. Maybe next year."
Thomas first felled the meatball (supplied by Rupert Jee's Hello-Deli) when then-New York Jets quarterback Vinny Testaverde, another guest on the 1998 show, tried the stunt but missed.
The toss, later accompanied by Thomas re-recounting a weird encounter with "Lone Ranger" star Clayton Moore, became an almost-every-year thing.
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