10 comedy stars’ winning Halloween costumes

Halloween is upon us and who doesn’t love a good costume? From funny to spooky, having the best costume can be an all-out war for the most over-the-top individual, especially in Hollywood. We rounded up what your favorite comedy stars are wearing this year. Which funny person do you think rocked the best costume? Tell us in the comments!

Jerry Seinfeld and wife, Jessica Seinfeld as Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf.


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A Big Bad Wolf sighting at @goodplusfdn ‘s Halloween Bash @sonypictures 🎃🎃🎃 Thank you @hernegatives 🙌🏽

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The Seinfeld star and his wife donned the classic costume for their GOOD+ Foundation bash on October 28.

Ellen DeGeneres Dresses as a Bachelor Contestant, Kelly D.


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See all the special guests in my Halloween monologue! Link in bio.

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The Ellen host always dresses up in an insanely intricate costume for her Halloween show. This year she even released a sketch chronicling this year’s dramatic look on her show and on Instagram.

Jim, Jeannie Gaffigan, and their army of kids as Lords, Ladies, and the Maid

The family man loves a good group costume and has enough kids to always pull it off on an epic scale. The adored stand-up shared this adorable photo on his Facebook page.

Heather Mcdonald as Erika Jayne

The Chelsea Lately regular and White Chicks actress channeled her inner Real Housewife to dress as the singer and reality star Erika Jayne.

The Cast of black-ish as the cast of Black Panther


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Wakanda forever 🙅🏾‍♀️🙅🏾‍♂️ #blackish

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Tracee Ellis Ross posted an onset photo of herself as Nakia and her TV son—Marcus Scribner—as Killmonger on Instagram. The show later posted on their account a photo with Anthony Anderson’s T’Challa. #WakandaForever

Sebastian Maniscalco with wife Lana Gomez as a wedding cake

The veteran stand-up and his wife showed up at Jerry Seinfeld’s GOOD+ Foundation Halloween bash in an elaborate cake costume. The two have been married since 2013, but seem to be still hearing wedding bells.

Bowen Yang as Ali Wong

The SNL writer and podcaster pulled off a pretty good Ali Wong, dressing in her iconic Netflix special Baby Cobra leopard print dress. Wong agrees, even retweeting the picture along with the crying laughing emoji.

Rachel Bloom as her own dog


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Wiley hates Halloween costumes so I just dressed as her

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The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star dressed as her crazy cute dog for Halloween—even if her pet isn’t having it.

Todrick Hall as Powerline

The LGBTQ community takes Halloween seriously—the holiday is sometimes referred to as Gay Christmas. Parody artist, singer, Youtuber, and Taylor Swift bestie Todrick Hall always takes Halloween to the next level and did not disappoint this year with a pitch-perfect Goofy Movie-inspired Powerline costume, which he posted to Instagram.

Ike Barinholtz and family as the cast of Star Wars

The Mindy Project and Blockers star took his whole family to the GOOD+ Foundation Halloween bash. The adorable Star Wars crew comes complete with the cutest R2D2 you ever did see.

Neil Patrick Harris and family as the Haunted Mansion


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Welcome, foolish mortals. We hope your Halloween is happily haunted, but heed this warning: beware of Hitchhiking Ghosts! @nph

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No list of comedy costumes would be completed without Neil Patrick Harris and husband David Burtka. The How I Met Your Mother actor and family always treat fans to an Instagram post featuring the whole family in a coordinated outfit.

Rosa Escandon

I am a stand up comic and writer living in Brooklyn, NY. When I'm not on stage, I am Comedy Editor for The Tusk, sit on the board of the Cinder Block Comedy Festival, and writing my next project. I am passionate about writing about feminism and comedy as well as how women, LBGTQ people, and minorities are changing the face of comedy and entertainment. You may have seen me on Buzzfeed Video, Seriously.TV, aplus, or maybe just on twitter.

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