Back when Jeremy Piven’s niece Pearl was just two years old, she was in a very famous video for her dad’s company Funny or Die called The Landlord. Well now she is 8 years old and her uncle was doing something for that company to promote his highly enjoyable show Mr Selfridge on PBS that airs Sunday at 9p, and he asked her to be in it. Well according to what Ari told Conan O’Brien, his niece has retired from acting. I guess when you have a role of the lifetime at the tender age of two, you have earned the right to retire before you hit double digits.
BTW here is the bit he shot for his brother in law’s website with a fake niece that is not Pearl.
Jeremy Piven was on Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday and he told the ABC host that his father played the famous River Boat Captain in the Uncle Ben’s Rice commercial back in the ’70s and ’80s. I can understand why as a teen he would be embarrassed, but I think it would be cool to have him in my own personal Entourage.
Take a look at one of the commercials his father Byrne starred in and see if you can notice the resemblance. I think it is as obvious as white on rice.
Jeremy Piven was on The Late Show and he told David Letterman he used to dance “The Worm” in the late ’80s when he had his original full head of hair. Well I added the last part! Anyways the CBS host told him to show him his move to him and he said he had to warm up. Well the Entourage star stood up and then he did a split. I am a girl and even I don’t know how he did it? I mean does he have such small balls and a bat that that didn’t hurt him. You know the expression that the bigger the d!ck a man appears to be, the smaller his d!ck really is? Well I am wondering if that is the case because he does such a good job playing Ari Gold.
Sophie Monk was doing a radio interview in her native Australia when the host of 2DayFM asked Sophie to call someone random on her phone and they would try to guess who it was. Well she called Jeremy Piven and what they didn’t know he was driving in Beverly Hills at the time. Here is Los Angeles it is against the law to talk on the cell phone and drive and as luck would have it a cop saw him breaking the law. So he pulled over the Entourage star and proceeded to give him a ticket. Since a Piven is a lot like Ari Gold, he remained on the phone with the station while the cop wrote him a hefty ticket. The Emmy winner never revealed how much it was for, but Jackie O agreed to pay the fine.
It was a costly call for the 2DayFM, but they are sure getting a lot of worldwide attention for it. So I guess it was worth it for all involved!
BTW I wonder if Piven told Monk to lose his number after this???
Jeremy Piven Tweeted this picture of his “last day on set with some Hebrew school kids!” Looking at the 44 year old Entourage star with all of those boys makes him look even olden than he normally looks. And you know what I think he normally looks older than his age as it is. Maybe it is his hair that does it for or possibly it could be a side effect from when he had mercury poisoning? Oh wait I think he looked just as old as he does now when he did PCU. I hate to admit it, but that was a good movie and he was actually funny in that film.
Jeremy Piven has been banned from all Nobus according to Gatecrasher. Seems when Jeremy Piven was in Aspen to promote Entourage his entourage of 12 and him really upset Nobu. So much so he has been told never to return to any of the Nobus according to the manager in Aspen. This what is what someone told Gatecrasher about that night, "He came in with a large group of 12 or more without reservations and asked for a table. It was a very busy night, but a table, although cramped, was provided. On his way out, he made a nasty comment to the manager: 'Thanks for nothing.'" And to make matters worse "He left a DVD of the first year of 'Entourage' to one of the waiters. [An employee] ran up the stairs and hurled it at him as he was leaving." I can't say I blame the manager and waiter for their reactions, can you?
Piven's publicist responded with this, "I'm such a fan of Nobu and all of his restaurants. I had a great dinner at the Nobu in Aspen. As always, the meal was excellent and the service was great." Which I am not sure confirms or denies the night?
Jeremy Piven Has a New Girl: Or at least, that's certainly the way it looked, as Mr. Ari Gold spent the whole night (beginning with the HBO party and ending at InStyle's bash) canoodling and kissing a certain TV personality you CW fans know very well (and quite frankly, love to hate). The Piv's new mystery woman is none other than (drumroll, please): Melrose Bickerstaff, the runner-up from the most recent season of America's Next Top Model! Can you stand it? The two were extremely close all night, holding hands, flirting, smooching and displaying all sorts of couple-like behavior. Jeremy's official date was his mother, but she spent most of the night hanging out with Perrey Reeves (who plays Jeremy's wife on Entourage), while Piven and Hellrose partied it up. (All I can say is that Jeremy must not have watched the latest cycle of Top Model, or he'd know what kind of melodramatic kookiness he's in for! I know, I know. It was "all in the editing.")
JEREMY Piven likes to joke about why he’s 41 and single. "I’d love to have a girlfriend – if I weren’t gay," he tells Playboy’s March issue. "That’s right, I’m gay! I’m gayer than Liberace in 1972." As to why he’s seen as a round-the-clock party boy, Piven adds, "At the moment, I happen to be the mother[bleep]ing pretty girl . . . The pretty girl who goes to the hot spot sure does look like she goes out all the time, right?"
Can someone please explain his appeal to me? He is not attractive, he has really bad hair plugs and he is a Class A Jerk, so what is there to like about him? I mean what is up with his comments about why he is single, is that funny? Just like John Cusack, I am so over him.
ENTOURAGE star JEREMY PIVEN shocked fans at a Chicago Cubs baseball game on Sunday (18JUNE06) by cursing while singing the song TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME. Piven, who plays abrasive agent ARI GOLD on the hit series, was a guest of Cub’s marketing chief JOHN MCDONOUGH. The pair were chatting on the field before the game trying to figure out how to incorporate Piven’s signature line from the show, "Let’s hug it out, b**ch" into his performance of the iconic baseball anthem. They decided to go with the tamer version, "Hug it out, Cubs fans," but Piven apparently got caught up in the moment when it came time to perform. While singing the song during the seventh inning stretch for tens of thousands of fans, Piven yelled out to the crowd, "Let’s hug it out, you little b**ches!" Embarrassed Cubs executives immediately issued an apology, noting that while Piven has been a loyal Cubs fan and friend to the team, they were "disappointed" by the impromptu ad-lib. MCDonough adds, "I don’t know if professional adrenaline took over, but we don’t ever want to introduce profanity into the seventh-inning stretch."