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Comedic All-Stars Join Spike TV's Eddie Murphy Special

by Spike TV   October 25, 2012 at 2:30PM  |  Views: 12,194

Comedy fans will be treated to an evening filled with some of Hollywood's biggest comedic superstars appearing and performing at Spike TV's "Eddie Murphy: One Night Only," the first-ever televised tribute to the comedy legend. Joining the all-star talent roster, which features many of Murphy's peers and co-stars, includes Jamie Foxx, Adam Sandler, Tyler Perry, Keenan Ivory Wayans and Nick Nolte. In addition, The Roots will perform throughout the evening as the show's house band. "Eddie Murphy: One Night Only" will tape on Saturday, November 3 at the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles and will air on Wednesday, November 14.

Previously announced talent includes Chris Rock, Samuel L. Jackson, Tracy Morgan, Arsenio Hall, Brett Ratner, Charlie Murphy, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Martin Lawrence.

The exclusive Spike TV event, produced in conjunction with Don Mischer Productions, will include short films, musical performances, sketch comedy and culminate in an appearance by Murphy.

"Thirty years ago, Eddie Murphy came on to the comedy scene and changed the game forever," said Casey Patterson, Executive Vice President, Talent Development & Studio Relations - Viacom Entertainment Group. "We're thrilled to be honoring him for the very first time, 'One Night Only'." "Eddie Murphy: One Night Only" will pay homage to Murphy's journey from a 15-year-old aspiring comedian, to the record-breaking "Raw," which remains the highest grossing stand-up film of all time, to his indelible characters and impressions from "Saturday Night Live" including Buckwheat, Gumby, Mr. Robinson and James Brown.

The special marks 30 years since the release of the groundbreaking stand-up concert film "Delirious," and the classic film "48 Hrs.," which featured the breakout performances that made him one of the biggest superstars in the world.

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