The stars came out to honour Hollywood mogul Bernie Brillstein on Monday (11Aug08) as the legendary manager/producer was laid to rest in Tinseltown.
Longtime clients Jennifer Aniston and Rob Lowe remembered the TV and movie heavyweight, while Dan Akyroyd and James Belushi reunited as The Blues Brothers for the memorial service at Royce Hall.
Martin Short and TV mogul Lorne Michaels also attended the event, which was closed by a performance of Rainbow Connection by Brillstein's favourite Muppet, Kermit The Frog.
The producer died last week (ends08Aug08), aged 77.
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