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Fight Melanoma, With Joe Pesci and Dennis Haysbert on Monday, April 21st

STUDIO CITY, Calif., April 3, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Fight Melanoma, with Joe Pesci (Goodfellas), Dennis Haysbert (The Unit) and Harold Greene (CBS News), on Monday, April 21st. The 5th Annual Hack n' Smack, Kerry Daveline Memorial, Celebrity Golf Classic takes flight once again at the prestigious El Caballero country club in Tarzana, CA, with a 100% of the proceeds benefiting the Melanoma Research Foundation.

"The cancer we can see, but no one talks about."

CELEBRITIES SCHEDULED TO APPEAR: Joe Pesci (Goodfellas), Dennis Haysbert (The Unit), Anthony Anderson (K-Ville), Christopher Gorham (Ugly Betty), Harold Greene (CBS-LA), Lorenzo Neal (NFL-Chargers Pro Bowler), Patrick Warburton (Rules of Engagement), Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds), Bruce Buffer (Voice of the UFC Octagon), Lincoln Kennedy (NFL-Raiders), Glynn Turman (The Wire), Brian Dunkleman (Celebrity Fit Club), Gregory Itzin (24), Shawn Ryan (Exec Prod, The Unit/The Shield), Kenny Johnson (The Shield), Jeremy Ratchford (Cold Case), Jeffrey Nordling (Dirt), Chris Chandler (St. Louis Rams), Richard Schiff (West Wing), Bill Smitrovich (The Practice), Brian Krause (Charmed), David Naughton (Makin' It), Robert Hays (Airplane), James Hyde (Passions), Kevin Weisman (Alias), Robert Torti (Suite Life of Zack n' Cody), Dan Moriarty (Host -- Fox Sports GameTime), Regan Burns (Halfway Home), Alex Hyde-White (Pretty Woman), Jaime Gomez (Nash Bridges), Denny Hocking (MLB-Twins), Pam Teeguarden (US Open Mixed Doubles Champion) and Paul Logan (Days of Our Lives)!

Player registration is limited but still available at:

The 12pm, Modified Best Ball shotgun format, features Nate & Al's of Beverly Hills for breakfast, Pink's for lunch, a Hole-in-One C300 from Mercedes-Benz of Encino, (3) "Year's supply of golf balls" contests sponsored by Top Flite D2, Freak and Gamer golf balls. The Movin 93.9 street crew will be on the scene, and there will be live music after the tournament from The Beach Toys (The most highly acclaimed Beach Boys tribute band in America). Visit

Melanoma is the fastest rising cancer in the U.S. and is the least funded. It is the most common cancer amongst 20-30 year olds, and 53,000 new cases are reported annually. In 1960 the risk of getting Melanoma was 1 in 600, but today it is 1 in 74. STUNNING! There are now more new cases of Melanoma, than HIV/AIDS, and it occurs in all age groups. It is the number one cause of cancer in women 25-30 and the #2 cause behind breast cancer in women 30-35. While there have been no significant advances in medical therapies (or survival) for patients with advanced Melanoma in the past 30 years, it remains #8 on the NCI Research Funding list for Cancer.

For Media access please contact Tournament Co-Host, Kevin E. West. 818-509-1010

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