Seinfeld & Simon Do Care About Autism



Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Simon are teaming up to perform a one-off show, held Sept. 24 at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre, to raise money for autism research

Though they are comedians, whose job is to entertain and amuse people, doesn't mean that they consider all things as a joke. There's time when they uttering joke, vice versa there's time they becoming serious about certain things. Yes, this time Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Simon are serious, they're not joking.

Both stars will team up, performing a one-off show to raise money for autism research. The show, which will be held September 24 at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre, will be hosted by Tom Brokaw. Moreover, the show will benefit the new non-profit organization Autism Speaks.

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