In 2015, Fred Karger was named the World’s Greatest Crasher by the Canadian lifestyle and celebrity website, The Richest. Fred decided then that he needed to tell his stories and write a memoir. Next, a book deal was made and “World’s Greatest Crasher” was born.
It’s chock-full of tips and stories on just how Fred crashed the Oscars stage twice, the Vanity Fair Party, a White House Christmas party, the Met Gala, and hundreds of other celebrity events and star-studded parties.
The book is a cross between the mega-hit movies “Catch Me If You Can” and “Wedding Crashers.”
It’s already garnered tremendous media attention from all over the world and has been named the most anticipated book since “Harry Potter Seven.”
World’s greatest party crasher reveals his secrets.
He has rubbed shoulders with the biggest names in showbusiness at some of Hollywood’s most exclusive events.
The North Shore Weekend
One of the most exciting nights of Fred Karger’s life began—as few in the history of time ever have (or will)—with a fake Oscar statuette. The ersatz Academy Award had watched Fred from its perch on the bookshelf above his desk for over a decade.
Expert: Fred Karger, who has been dubbed ‘World’s Greatest Party Crasher,’ shared his go-to tips for sneaking into any party. He’s pictured at the Met Gala
Fred Karger, a 70-year-old ex-politician and LGBTQ+ rights activist who holds the esteemed and undisputed title of “World’s Greatest Party Crasher.”
“Darren Garnick’s Culture Schlock
Fred Karger is getting a lot of notoriety as the first openly gay Republican presidential candidate or the first openly gay Republican Jewish presidential candidate. I like to call him the first “Welcome Back Kotter” candidate.”
“…Karger swanned into the Vanity Fair after-party cooing that he’d won an award for Visual Effects in 2007, before promptly dropping the dummy on the red carpet. ‘Everyone started screaming!’”
Fred Karger has had a widely varied career as an author, political consultant, activist, watchdog, pundit, writer, public speaker, actor, and 2012 candidate for the Republican nomination for President. He has worked on ten presidential campaigns and was a partner in the Dolphin
Group, a California-based political consulting firm from 1977 until 2003.
In 2015, Fred was named the greatest crasher in the world, recognizing his sixty-year hobby of crashing events all over the globe.
Karger has been interviewed on hundreds of national, international, and local television, radio, podcasts, and web shows including; Today Extra, Rachel Maddow, David Frost, Thomas Roberts, Chris Matthews, Lawrence O’Donnell, and Comedy Central. He has appeared on Fox Business Channel, CBS News, ABC News, CNN, Fox News, Current TV, Russian TV, BBC’s HARDtalk, HuffPost Live, Sky News, Univision, Nippon Television, ABC News – Australia, Fox News Radio – The Alan Colmes Show, SiriusXM – The Michelangelo Signorile Show, Al Jazeera America, and NPR.
He’s been featured in hundreds of newspaper, magazine stories, and blogs including The Daily Mail, Newsweek, Buzzfeed, Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Mother Jones, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, Politico, The Hill, Times of London, The Guardian, Jerusalem Post, Puerto Rico Daily Sun, Detroit Free Press, The Atlantic; Daily Beast, Jewish Journal and the Sacramento Bee.
Fred has also been a frequent contributor to Newsweek, Thomson Reuters, The Huffington Post; Playboy, The Guardian, Salt Lake Tribune, Alan Colmes’ Liberaland, Fox & Hounds, The Advocate, David Mixner’s, Live from Hell’s Kitchen, and David Frum’s, Frum Forum.