A-List Stars Come Out to Spoof Bill Clinton

By Eric Alt
|  Tuesday, Oct 18, 2011  |  Updated 8:53 AM PDT
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Ben Stiller heads up the "Celebrity Division" of the Clinton Foundation

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The comedy web site Funny or Die not only churns out consistently funny short videos, it also has an uncanny ability to secure A-list talent to come in and play. Of course, when the target of the spoof just happens to be former President Bill Clinton, it's probably not too hard to convince high-profile people to get involved.

On the heels of this weekend's celebration of Bill Clinton's 65th birthday and the 10th anniversary of the Clinton Foundation (which saw Lady Gaga serenade the former president), Ben Stiller, Matt Damon, Sean Penn, Kristen Wiig, Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, and Jack Black came together as the mock "celebrity division" of the Foundation.

The brainstorming session includes such choice world-saving ideas as not breathing for a minute a day (that'd be courtesy of Wiig) and a morale-boosting softball team (from Damon).

Be sure to stick around for the punchline...

 

Funny or Die was created by Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay in 2007.

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