Jerry Lewis Private Memorial Set for Labor Day in Las Vegas
The gathering at the South Point hotel-casino, where Lewis last performed as telethon host, will be closed to the public and press.
Family and invited guests will gather Monday in Las Vegas to celebrate the life of famed comedian Jerry Lewis.
Spokeswoman Candi Cazau says Hollywood celebrities will join family members to remember the clownish comic and longtime host of the annual muscular dystrophy telethons.
The gathering at the South Point hotel-casino, where Lewis last performed as telethon host, will be closed to the public and press. The family is not releasing a guest list.
Lewis died Aug. 20 at age 91 in Las Vegas of heart disease and was cremated. His show-business career began at age 5 in his parents' vaudeville show. He gained fame with his comic partnership with Dean Martin and went on to make such movie favorites as The Bellboy and The Nutty Professor.