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BMW Charity Pro-Am Celebs Announced

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This year's BMW Charity Pro-Am celebrities list has been released. This year's BMW Charity Pro-Am celebrities list has been released.
GREENVILLE, S.C. - This year's BMW Charity Pro-Am celebrities list has been released.

The 25 celebs will be in Greenville the week of May 12 for the event.

First-time participants include Jonathan Banks (“Breaking Bad”), Golf Channel broadcaster Lisa Cornwell, Debbe Dunning (“Home Improvement”), actor/comedian Bill Engvall, Allstate spokesman and actor Dennis Haysbert (“24”), actor Richard Karn (“Home Improvement”), Jordan Masterson (“Last Man Standing”), two-time Super Bowl champion Jim McMahon, sportscaster and model Win McMurry and Rob Riggle (“The Hangover”).

Returning celebrities include Anthony Anderson (“Guys with Kids”), musician Steve Azar, Catherine Bell (“Army Wives”), Andy Buckley (“The Office”), Jeffrey Donovan (“Burn Notice”), Greg Ellis (“24”), Oliver Hudson (“Nashville”), musician Josh Kelley, Greg Kinnear (“Rake”), Danny Masterson (“Men at Work”), John O'Hurley (“Seinfield”), Michael Pena (“Shooter”), Paula Trickey (“The O.C.”), Gary Valentine (“Here Comes the Boom” ) and Patrick Warburton (“Rules of Engagement”).

The celebs are grouped with professionals and will rotate between three courses.

The money raised from the event will benefit 25 selected charities.
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