Jack Mc Brayer, Robert De Niro, Julianne Moore, Jane Krakowski, Tracy Morgan, Bill Clinton, Ireland Baldwin, Alec Baldwin, Hilaria Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin and Billy Baldwin pose on stage on Sunday at the Apollo Theater in New York'He was making movies in his backyard when he was five,' the former president told the star-studded crowd.
Clinton spoke of how Baldwin was already running for student president in elementary school, before joking that he, himself, at least waited until middle school.'He ended up going to George Washington University for two years, ran for student body president,' Clinton said.'Then came back home to New York where he followed the then-classic path - from politics into soap operas.'...
During the evening, Robert De Niro took the stage to showcase Alec's work in movies.
He has a string of big screen credits dating back to the early 1980s including The Hunt For Red October, Malice, The Edge, Pearl Harbor and Blue Jasmine.
Noah Faulkner Joey Lauren Adams plays the role of Monique Teresa Hill plays the role of Jen Rose Mc Gowan plays the role of Denise Kylie Minogue plays the role of Dr.
Petra von Kant Dara Tomanovich plays the role of Mimi Simkins Henry Gibson plays the role of Dr.
Actors Robert de Niro and Julianne Moore have both been outspoken critics of the current president and spoke at anti-Trump rallies in New York shortly after he was elected.
The number had embellishments on the bodice and a semi sheer full skirt and she added towering beige heels.
Baldwin, 59, was the man of the hour as Spike TV hosted a One Night Only special at the Apollo Theater in Harlem on Sunday night.
A long list of stars who have ridiculed Trump and his administration in the past flocked to show their support for Baldwin, including the likes of Robert De Niro, Julianne Moore, Tracy Morgan and Jane Krakowski.
On hand, too, were his actor brothers Billy, 54, and Daniel, 56, both looking dapper in tuxedos.
Alec's 30 Rock co-stars Jame Krakowski and Jack Mc Brayer were also part of the proceedings at the event that was taped for broadcast on Spike TV next month.