Joe Siegman

JOE SIEGMAN began his entertainment career as a Hollywood ‘hyphenate”—a publicist-producer-- representing such stars as Carroll O’Connor (TV’s Archie Bunker), and as a successful producer of what today are known as TV “reality shows” (Celebrity Bowling, Celebrity Tennis, The Comedy Shop, Comedy After Hours, et als), and movies-for-television. Along the way, he was active in the careers of many marquee comedians (Don Rickles, Don Adams, Sid Caesar, Shelley Berman, Shecky Green, et als), and helped launch or foster the careers of comics such as: Jay Leno, Brad Garrett, Ellen DeGeneres, Bob Saget, Arsenio Hall, Howie Mandel, Nathan Lane, Paul Rodriquez, and numerous others. Joe is also an active sports fan, writer, and enthusiast, who In 1981, founded the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in Netanya, Israel.

Books by Joe Siegman :

Bats, Balls, and Hollywood Stars
Hollywood’s Love Affair with Baseball
Bats, Balls and Hollywood Stars includes some of the stories and backstage tales that made Hollywood Stars Night a Los Angeles Dodgers tradition