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Will Ferrell‘s acting appetite sometimes extends beyond movies. So, thanks to his urge to dress up and play a part for a night, we have this.
Ferrell donned the red jacket and striped tie of a Staples Century security man on Tuesday night as the Lakers beat the Suns 91-85 at home, and he did quite the job. He stood courtside, keeping order, and at one point he even escorted Shaquille O’Neal himself from his seat.
Will Ferrell now works as STAPLES Center red coat security. http://t.co/NCdM2dZL— Kam Pashai (@KamPashai) February 13, 2013
Will Ferrell, Staples Center security man, now taking Shaq away from Lakers-Suns ... instagr.am/p/VqMS05JDeB/— KEVIN DING (@KevinDing) February 13, 2013
But that wasn’t where the fun and games stopped for Ferrell, a longtime Lakers fan. He also had a creative nametag that harkened back to some of the verbiage he used in Anchorman.
Will Ferrell as an usher at #SunsAtLakers with the name tag that looks potentially inappropriate Anchorman drift. http://...
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Tweet Living in Los Angeles to be near Hollywood, Will Ferrell is a frequently attends Lakers’ games at the Staples Center. On Tuesday as the Lakers hosted the Suns, Ferrell was once again in the building. However, he was doing a little bit of work, as well as having a good bit of fun, instead [...]
Instead of being court side like your average celebrity at the Lakers vs. Suns game Tuesday night, Will Ferrell came in character as “Ted Vagina” – a Staples Center usher:
I guess since the Los Angeles Lakers’ season has become sort of a joke, it might be time to just embrace the humor. Last night the Lakers did just that, letting Will Ferrell stand in as an usher during the game against the Phoenix Suns.
Actually, I cannot say for sure that the Lakers let him do this, or if Will just decided he would put on the uniform and stand there and since...
Will Ferrell attended last night’s Lakers vs. Suns game, but not as a fan. Ferrell was dressed as one of
the Staples Center security guards. He stood on the court with a stone face wearing a name tag that said "Ted Vagina," and decided to kick out Lakers legend Shaquille O’Neal who was sitting in the front row. Just Will Ferrell being Will Ferrell right? Check...
It makes you wonder doesn’t it… It must be awesome to be someone that everything they do is funny. I mean Will Ferrell could very well be the funniest guy on the planet. It’s a combination of unique ideas, timing, and just his overall brilliance. It’s quite remarkable. Ted Vagina.. seriously so stupid, yet hilarious.
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Actor escorts rowdy fan from courtside.
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