The Entertainment Community Fund Raises Over $100,000

Photo credit to Entertainment Community Fund / Nina Prommer.
Photo credit to Entertainment Community Fund / Nina Prommer. /

The Entertainment Community Fund walked away from Sunday, November 12th, 2023’s Celebrity Poker Tournament with massive winnings. The Bryan Cranston-hosted event raised over $100,000 for The Entertainment Community Fund.

In the aftermath of the Celebrity Poker Tournament, pictures were released of those who attended. The tournament was filled with famous faces and household names.

Those in attendance included Fund Chair Annette Bening, Event Host Bryan Cranston, Jason Alexander, Reggie Austin, Jesse Billauer, Adam Carolla, Mindy Cohn, William Stanford Davis, Tony Deison, Hunter Doohan, Bill Fagerbakke, Preston Flagg, Alexis Floyd, Andy Garcia, Lilli Kay, Amy Landecker, Peter Mackenzie, Camryn Manheim, Milo Manheim, Steve Mason, AJ McLean, Jeff Meacham, Mehro, Zak Miller, Ron Morrow, Bob Odenkirk, Jesse Plemons, Kevin Pollak, Krysten Ritter, Andrea Savage and Bradley Whitford.

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Photo credit goes to Entertainment Community Fund / Nina Prommer /

Bryan Cranston’s mezcal brand Dos Hombres was the “All-In” sponsor for the event. The star-studded gathering was held at the Candela La Brea.

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Photo credit to Entertainment Community Fund / Nina Prommer. /

The Celebrity Poker Tournament was meant to help raise money for The Entertainment Community fund and help support film and television workers who have been affected by the work stoppage.

Various photos taken at the event showed behind-the-scenes connections and reunions between co-stars and friends. In the past, The Entertainment Community Fund has raised and distributed over $9.9 million to over 4,000 film and television workers.

The Entertainment Community Fund’s important work helps those in need of it. Their work has had a positive impact on many, and as the years go on, they will continue to prove their significance to working film and television workers. Formerly known as The Actors Fund, it’s a great way to help those who need it and if you’re able to help, we’ve included a donation link below.

You can donate to The Entertainment Community Fund now by visiting their website. All donations are fully tax-deductible.

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