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Howie Mandel Spotted in Epic Photo with 14 Legendary Comics for Jim Carrey's 62nd Birthday

The AGT: Fantasy League Judge was far from the only funny guy in the room.


By Elizabeth Logan

No roasting, just toasting, as Jim Carrey celebrated his 62nd birthday surrounded by friends and fellow comedians. Among the guests was America's Got Talent: Fantasy League Judge Howie Mandel, who enjoyed a meal with a true fantasy league of funnymen. Check out the epic photo they all took below.

Howie Mandel at Jim Carrey's 62nd birthday party

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In a photo posted to Instagram by actor Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), a league of hilarious gentlemen posed at the San Vicente Bungalows restaurant. Among them are Mandel, David Spade, Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation), Seth Green (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Saturday Night Live alums and comedy movie stars David Spade and Adam Sandler, Jimmy Kimmel, Craig Robinson (The Office, Killing It), and stand-ups Jeff Ross, Nick Swardson, and Bill Burr.

"Happy Birthday to this wonderful guy who brings smiles and laughter where ever he goes. Have a beautiful day, Jim! #JimCarrey," Elwes captioned his post. 

For his own Ross said, "The Laugh Supper ! Happy birthday Jim Carrey ! We love you !"

RELATED: Everything to Know About America's Got Talent Judge Howie Mandel

Split of Howie Mandel and Jim Carrey

After getting his start on tour with David Letterman and acting on St. Elsewhere, it's safe to say no medium is safe from Mandel.

Even with his busy AGT schedule, Mandel still performs stand-up regularly, and co-hosts a podcast with his daughter, Jackelyn Shultz, Howie Mandel Does Stuff

“Welcome to the most quick-witted and inappropriate podcast of all time hosted by comedian Howie Mandel and his cohost (and daughter) Jackelyn Shultz. Together, these two make prank calls, discuss pop culture, interview interesting people, say weird things, chat with listeners, get deep,” the official description of the show reads.

“That was something I did just to communicate with my daughter during COVID,” Mandel sweetly revealed. “And not because I thought it would be good for my career or I was gonna make money. That’s a bright spot in my week: every time I could sit down with my daughter and talk to really interesting people about interesting things."