Guest Co-Hosts

Learn more about who will be co-hosting on LIVE! this week.


Jonah Hill

rose to fame after his breakout role in the hit comedy "Superbad." Since then, Hill has starred in various comedies for Apatow Productions while successfully segueing into dramatic roles, as most recently seen in the critically-acclaimed drama "Moneyball," in which he stars opposite Brad Pitt. Hill will next be seen in the R-rated comedy "The Sitter" for FOX, which he also executive produced. Jonah is currently in production on "Neighborhood Watch," a comedy written by the same team behind “Superbad,” Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, which also stars Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn. Hill also currently serves as the voice and co-creator of the breakout animated series, "Allen Gregory" on FOX.


Derek Hough

is the only three-time champion in franchise history of the hit ABC show "Dancing with the Stars." Best known for his innovation and daring choreography on the show, his work has brought him three Emmy nominations and inquiries from the film and music world regarding his dance knowledge and ability. A multi-talented entertainer, Hough recently took off a season from "Dancing with the Stars" to film his first feature film starring role for director Duane Adler and producer Robert Cort in "Cobu 3D: New York Nights." Acting opposite Korean pop sensation BoA, "Cobu" tells the story of star-crossed dancers in New York who find themselves at the center of a bitter rivalry between their brothers' underground dance clubs. Hough performed in London's West End where he starred as the male lead in the critically-acclaimed stage version of Footloose, was one of the featured dancers on the “Dancing with the Stars” tour and a choreographer on the BBC (UK) hit show, "Dance X."


Neil Patrick Harris

currently stars as Barney Stinson on the hit CBS sitcom, "How I Met Your Mother," a role which has garnered him multiple Emmy and Golden Globe Award nominations, as well as a People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Comedy Actor, and a Critics' Choice Award for Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Earlier this year he starred in the live-action/animated feature "The Smurfs," and he can currently be seen onscreen in "A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas." On television, Harris gained notoriety as the title character in "Doogie Howser, M.D." Additional television credits include an Emmy Award-winning turn on "Glee." Harris served as the host of the 63rd Tony Awards (Emmy Award), the 65th Tony Awards, and the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards. A veteran of the theater, he recently tackled the leading role of Bobby in the New York Philharmonic's concert production of Stephen Sondheim's "Company" at Lincoln Center. Additional Broadway credits include "Assassins," "Cabaret" and "Proof." Harris made his theatrical directorial debut with "I Am Grock" at the El Portal Theatre, and he has subsequently directed productions of Jonathan Larson's "Rent," at the Hollywood Bowl, and "The Expert at the Card Table" at the Broad Stage.


Jerry O'Connell

born and raised in New York City, began his acting career at age 11 when he co-starred as Vern Tessio in the classic Rob Reiner film Stand By Me. After graduating with a BFA from New York University, he returned to feature film work, notably receiving critical acclaim for his role as quarterback Frank Cushman in Jerry Maguire with Tom Cruise. Additional screen credits: Scream 2; Can’t Hardly Wait; Mission to Mars; Tomcats; the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced comedy Kangaroo Jack; Yours, Mine and Ours; Man About Town (with Ben Affleck); Obsessed (with Beyoncé Knowles); and Dimension Films' recent remake of the cult classic Piranha 3D. Equally prolific on television, he most recently starred as Pete Kaczmarek in the CBS comedic drama "The Defenders" opposite Jim Belushi. He previously starred on NBC's hit drama "Crossing Jordan" for six seasons. Other television credits include the Lifetime original movie "Nora Roberts' Midnight Bayou" opposite Faye Dunaway, "Sliders," the miniseries "The '60s" and "My Secret Identity." In 2004, O'Connell sold the screenplay for First Daughter to New Regency Films. He served as an executive producer for the film, which starred Katie Holmes and was directed by Forrest Whitaker. This month O'Connell will make his Broadway debut in Theresa Rebeck's Seminar.


Jerry Seinfeld

Entertainment icon Jerry Seinfeld's comedy career took off after his first appearance on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" in 1981. Eight years later, he teamed up with fellow comedian Larry David to create what was to become one of the most successful series in the history of television, “Seinfeld." The show ran on NBC for nine seasons, winning numerous Emmy, Golden Globe and People's Choice awards, and was named the greatest television show of all time in 2009 by TV Guide. Since ending his hit series, Seinfeld has starred in, written and produced movies ("Comedian," "Bee Movie"), executive-produced a television show ("The Marriage Ref"), directed and produced a Broadway hit (“Colin Quinn Long Story Short"), and even written a children's book (Halloween). He remains active as a standup comedy performer, touring the country continuously. Seinfeld resides in New York City with his wife and three children.