Key, who recently voiced Kamari the hyena in “The Lion King” reboot, can be seen opposite Eddie Murphy in Netflix’s “Dolemite Is My Name” and hosting “Brain Games” (out Jan. 20 on the National Geographic Channel).
“The best gifts for me are classic books and movies: ‘Treasure Island’ by Robert Louis Stevenson, ‘Moby Dick’ by Herman Melville, ‘Citizen Kane’ or ‘It’s a Wonderful Life.’”
A two-time Emmy winner and Heifer International’s first celebrity ambassador to Africa,
Aduba is best known as Crazy Eyes on “Orange Is the New Black.” She will next portray Shirley Chisholm, the first African-American Congresswoman, in the FX miniseries “Mrs. America.”
“I’ll be giving the Gift of Water For Life, through Heifer International. It’s a game-changing opportunity for communities, particularly for young girls. I’d like to receive a supersoft cashmere throw from Williams-Sonoma.”
The beloved New York restaurateur, cookbook author, Emmy winner, James Beard Award recipient and “Top Chef” co-host is also an investor in Hungry — the Uber of business catering.
“I’d love someone to add to my vinyl collection. I had 3,000 albums
and a pipe burst and destroyed them all. I’m slowly building my collection back. To give: a Made In blue-carbon steel wok. Full disclosure: I’m part owner in the company. But I believe in it, because it’s high-quality stainless steel and sold directly to consumers.”
Andrews is a co-host on “Dancing With the Stars,” a sideline reporter for Fox NFL and the founder of Wear — an NFL-themed clothing brand for women.
“I’d like to give a Wear zip-up hoodie, jean shirt or bomber in a team of my friend’s choice. I’d like to get Adidas Sleek shoes — my favorite to wear on the NFL sidelines — in every color.”
The original Glinda in Broadway’s “Wicked,” Chenoweth recently released the album “For the Girls.” She can also be seen in “A Christmas Love Story” (Dec. 7 on the Hallmark Channel) and performing with the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra (Dec. 16 on PBS).
“I would like to gift everyone Quip electric toothbrushes, which get out the nitty-gritty on the go, and Jao Refresher sanitizer, which smells great. I travel often and spray mine all over airplane seats. I would like to receive a Fitbit Versa 2.”
The actor, who shares his dad’s famed Eastwood chiseled jaw, is best known for “The Fate of the Furious” and “Suicide Squad.” His own line of men’s and women’s basics, Made Here, is, in fact, made in America.
“I stick to the basics when gifting: socks because dryers always eat them. My clothing line, Made Here, makes great socks. I also like to give Don Julio 1942 because it’s a sneaky way of giving something you might also get to enjoy.”
Frankel, the founder and CEO of the lifestyle brand Skinnygirl, is also a best-selling author and humanitarian. She recently signed a production deal with MGM Television and Mark Burnett to develop her own TV shows.
“I would love to receive Stephanie Gottlieb bracelets. She’s a hustler who works hard, and you can engrave them with your child or partner’s name. I’ll be giving my Skinnygirl skinny jeans with a red stripe in olive camo.”
Strahan, a former New York Giants player and Pro Football Hall of Famer, is co-host of ABC’s “Good Morning America,” and “GMA3: Strahan, Sara & Keke,” and host of “The $100,000 Pyramid.”
“I’d love to receive a pair of Master & Dynamic headphones, which would come in handy when I’m traveling to and from LA every weekend to cover football. The $100,000 Pyramid home edition with Michael Strahan is great for all ages, and a fun way to make memories with your family all year. I also plan on giving my loved ones MSX by Michael Strahan pajamas. They’re perfect for lounging.”
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Murray, best known as Lucas Scott on “One Tree Hill” and for his memorable turn as a cult leader on “Riverdale,” can be seen in “Write Before Christmas” on the Hallmark Channel.
“I would love to wake up Christmas morning with a Chevy Tahoe in the driveway. I’m a dad with a growing family with lots of time spent in the car. I used to have one, and I miss it. The best gifts you can give a parent are ‘nanny days.’ Hire someone, or baby-sit yourself, so they can sleep in, have a date night or do nothing at all. Super Bowl tickets with all-access to the festivities would be the ultimate gift for me. You can tell your kids and grandkids, ‘I was at that game.’”
Zegen, who plays Joel Maisel on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Season 3 premieres Dec. 6 on Amazon Prime), will next appear in “The Stand-In” alongside Drew Barrymore.
“I’d like to give and receive the Game Of Life: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Edition. I was more of a Monopoly guy growing up, but this is cool. I’d also like to receive Yankees season tickets. Section 216 would be nice! Please?”
The designer has dressed everyone from former First Lady Michelle Obama to Lady Gaga, and recently opened his new The Curated NYC boutique. Next up: his second season as a “Project Runway” mentor (out Dec. 5 on Bravo).
“I’m obsessed with this bell-sleeve dress from my collaboration with J.Jill. It’s the perfect pop of color with a holiday twist!” Another fab gift is our ‘People Are People’ tee, plus our fragrance of the same name from my boutique, the Curated NYC. On my wish list? I’d love for someone to donate to Everytown for Gun Safety, an amazing organization working to demand smarter gun laws across the US.”