Sarah Silverman

  • Sarah Silverman donates her voice to gay Jewish organization

    Attention all Bostonians looking for a good, old-fashioned, R-rated outgoing voicemail message: Sarah Silverman and Keshet, an organization that advocates for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Jews, might be able to help. Attendees of the Keshet Cabaret on March 27 will have the opportunity to bid on a personal voicemail from the raunchy comedienne, The Boston… More ▸

  • Watch: Sarah Silverman, Jesus team up to preach reproductive rights

    In Sarah Silverman’s latest PSA, the comedienne recounts her experience being visited by Jesus Christ. Yep, the Jesus Christ. Believe it or not, he showed up in her home, asking her her to spread his message to the people! “Even if they think you’re kidding they’ll hear it. And they’ll make their own choice,” Christ explains. Then… More ▸

  • Watch: Sarah Silverman’s failed NBC pilot

    Get a head start on tonight’s extra Jewish-ish TV lineup with this pilot Sarah Silverman made for NBC back in 2012 and posted today to Jash. In the never-picked up “Susan 313,” Silverman plays Susan Farrow, a former musician who moves back to her apartment after the deterioration of her 10-year relationship. Interspersed between scenes… More ▸

  • Newsflash: Sarah Silverman is still Jewish (the cross notwithstanding)

    Sarah Silverman revealed in a recent appearance on W. Kamau Bell’s show, “Totally Biased,” that she was hurt by the jokes made about her age at James Franco’s Comedy Central roast. This was somewhat surprising — not because the jokes weren’t offensive, but because it isn’t like Silverman hasn’t dished it out herself once or… More ▸

  • Watch: Sarah Silverman’s ‘Black NRA’ promo

    Our favorite raunchy, outspoken, prolific web video-generating comedian is at at again, this time with a fake ad on Funny or Die for a fake new organization,The Black NRA. Silverman joins up with David Alan Grier, Ron Funches, Neal Brennan and more to help “put guns into the hands of those that need them most:… More ▸

  • Best (Jewish) jokes from the James Franco roast

    Comedy Central’s roast of James Franco doesn’t air until September 2nd, but already a slew of critics and bloggers are hard at work ruining it for enlightening the rest of us who weren’t lucky enough to attend the event Sunday night. While we really did want to wait to actually hear funny people like Andy Samberg,… More ▸