John Mulaney and Nick Kroll, the Comedy Central duo who are saying Oh, Hello to Broadway with their alter-ego duo Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland, are inviting their celebrity friends to the Lyceum Theatre.
Each night, during their comedy sketch, the two invite someone to the stage—sometimes it’s a fellow comedian, sometimes it’s a Grammy Award-winning singer, sometimes it’s a Broadway journalist, and other times it’s a 13-year-old audience member.
Below are 15 celebrities who have said hello to the duo at Broadway’s Oh, Hello on Broadway (thus far!).
Will Forte was the first guest at Oh, Hello on Broadway. He’s best known for his work in television as a cast member on Saturday Night Live and as the creator and star of The Last Man on Earth.
Thanks to our first #Broadway guest #WillForte (@OrvilleIV) for getting #2much2na last night...he didn't know up from down. pic.twitter.com/cqMNskmlX2— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) September 24, 2016
Laura Benanti was among the first Broadway celebrities to visit the show. She is a Tony Award winner for her performance in Gypsy and recently garnered attention for her flawless impersonation of Melania Trump.
Being tonights guest at @ohhelloshow was one of my favorite moments...ever. Go see this show!! pic.twitter.com/mVNrepR1TZ— Laura Benanti (@LauraBenanti) September 26, 2016
Katie Couric is an American journalist. She worked for NBC News, CBS News and ABC News and also hosted Katie, a daytime talk show, and is a correspondent for 60 Minutes.
We made @katiecouric feel like #LesterHolt at #2much2na last night. #Debates #OhHelloBroadway pic.twitter.com/1ULJOZu2xP— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) September 28, 2016
Michael Riedel is the theatre columnist for the New York Post and co-host of the weekly talk show Theater Talk on PBS.
We heard that #MichaelRiedel was a Tony soothsayer…he knows where @tonydanza is at every moment. #2much2na #TonyAwards pic.twitter.com/IfN5Mbir25— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) September 29, 2016
Griffin Dunne is an actor, producer and writer. He is best known for his performances in Dallas Buyers Club, After Hours, An American Werewolf in London and My Girl.
#GriffinDunne, one of the 7 best actors in New York, was prahnked last night. #2much2na pic.twitter.com/uLGIhCzK8r— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) September 30, 2016
Bobby Cannavale has numerous credits both onstage and on screen. He was Tony-nominated for his performances in The Motherf**ker With the Hat and Mauritius. On screen, he is known for his performances in Ant-Man, Chef, Win Win, The Bone Collector, Nurse Jackie and Boardwalk Empire, among others.
.@bobbycannavale had a great time with us last night. #2much2na #OhHelloBroadway pic.twitter.com/ifZridob5p— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 1, 2016
#2much2na & too much cuh-caine was had with very important method actor @bobbycannavale this week. #OhHelloBroadway @nickkroll @mulaney pic.twitter.com/jFBx7HoVcW— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 5, 2016
Natasha Lyonne is best known for performing in the American Pie film franchise. She has also appeared in But I’m a Cheerleader and Kate & Leopold, among others.
Before we take the Lyceum stage at 3 & 7 today, we want to know - was that #2much2na, @nlyonne? #Tunaistheneworange #OhHelloBroadway pic.twitter.com/mzL5s19i47— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 2, 2016
Ad-Rock (Adam Keefe Horovitz) is an American musician, guitarist, rapper, producer and actor. He is best known as a member of the Beastie Boys.
What do you think gil was whispering to @adrock before he got prahnked w/ #2much2na? pic.twitter.com/c5Z4tA1ifG— nick kroll (@nickkroll) October 5, 2016
Fred Savage is best known for playing Kevin Arnold on the popular television series The Wonder Years, for which he received two Golden Globe nominations. He has also been seen in The Princess Bride and Little Monsters, among others.
What would you do if we sang out of Tuna, @thefredsavage? #2much2na #thetunayears pic.twitter.com/VbGsflov3s— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 6, 2016
Seth Meyers is the host of NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers and was previously the head writer for Saturday Night Live.
Known loser and mumbler, @sethmeyers was pranked to death tonight in NYC. #2much2na #LateNightewithStoogeMeyers pic.twitter.com/CoXkVRcLQq— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 7, 2016
.@sethmeyers should stick to his day job. He was prahnked real good last night. @nickkroll @jmulaney #2much2na pic.twitter.com/kkNOteau73— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 7, 2016
Rebel Wilson, who recently appeared in the West End production of Guys and Dolls, is best known for playing Fat Amy in the Pitch Perfect films.
Prahnk Perfect. #2much2na #OhHelloBroadway �� @rebelwilson pic.twitter.com/IV0WItgTH0— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 8, 2016
We prahnked @rebelwilson so hard this afternoon. #2much2na #OhHelloBroadway @nickkroll @mulaney pic.twitter.com/hFEscFMYTO— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 9, 2016
Paul Sorvino is a screen actor best known for his performances in Goodfellas, Romeo + Juliet and The Rocketeer, among others.
Sleep well, and when you dream, dream of us and Paul Sorvino. #2much2na #OhHelloBroadway @nickkroll @mulaney pic.twitter.com/ZCvv6Q7CAa— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 9, 2016
Josh Groban is a Grammy Award-winning recording artist who is to make his Broadway debut October 18 with Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.
.@joshgroban, our equal in level of talent, had entirely #2much2na. @mulaney @nickkroll #OhHelloBroadway pic.twitter.com/LpSP5thmkF— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 9, 2016
The Three Tenors or should I say The Three Tunars! Cuz Tuna certainly hit a high note #TunaPrankAlwaysFunny #2much2na Thank you @joshgroban! pic.twitter.com/VE0RlfTjuT— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 9, 2016
Alan Alda is an Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor known for his roles as Captain Hawkeye Pierce in the TV series M*A*S*H and Arnold Vinick in The West Wing. He was the guest at the opening night.
The Man. The Myth. The Perfect Prahnk. @alanalda. #OhHelloBroadway #OpeningNight @nickkroll @mulaney pic.twitter.com/ovkWqKkkSp— OhHelloShow (@ohhelloshow) October 11, 2016
Aziz Ansari is an actor and comedian best known for his roles as Tom Haverford on the NBC series Parks and Recreation and as Dev Shah on the Netflix series Master of None, which he created, writes and stars in.
Last night we prahnked @azizansari and his dad. The 1st father/son duo to get #2much2na and we became the Masters of FUN!! Lolololol pic.twitter.com/NyNYosLERi— nick kroll (@nickkroll) October 10, 2016