All My Children alums Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos are among the celebrities attending this year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner on April 28 in Washington D.C., according to Politico. The couple—along with Martha Stewart, The Big Ban Theory’s Johnny Galecki and Pan Am’s Kelli Garner—are guests of USA Today.
Various Hollywood types also providing sparkle to the event include: Eva Longoria, George Clooney, Viola Davis and Uggie, the dog from The Artist. My personal fave WHC Dinner celebrity headline comes from Jezebel: Fox News to Bring Political Expert Kim Kardashian to White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
The family that's funny together, stays together — that means the Ripa-Consuelos clan will be making us chuckle as a unit for quite some time to come! Check out Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos' hilarious Funny or Die video, The Bensonhurst Spelling Bee With Kelly Ripa, featuring The Sopranos' Lorraine Bracco and Tony Sirrico.
The comedy short, which has Consuelos trying to adjust to, shall we say, "unique" spelling choices at his offspring's predominantly Italian, middle school spelling bee, introduces the next generation of the Consuelos acting dynasty, the couple's 14-year-old son Michael Consuelos! These three need a sitcom, STAT! Watch the clip below:
Just what heinous crimes will Mark Consuelos be (allegedly) committing on primetime TV? TV Guide Magazine is reporting the All My Children alum has landed a guest spot on Law and Order: SVU. Consuelos will play a possible suspect in a rape case dealing with sailors during Fleet Week. No word on when Consuelos' air date is slated.
Law and Order: SVU returns at 10 pm EST, April 11 on NBC.
Former All My Children star Mark Consuelos will be exercising his funny bone again. According to Soaps In Depth, Consuelos will be popping up in two episodes of the Fox comedy I Hate My Teenage Daughter as “Alex Castillo, the hunky professor teaching the night school Spanish class in which Nikki and Annie enroll.” His episodes will air March 6 and 13.