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November 30, 1997 - DHP and Jonathan Lipnicki hosted The American Comedy Honors, celebrating the careers of Candice Bergen, Kelsey Grammer, Roseanne, Cybill Shepperd, and Keenan Ivory Wayans. Carol Burnett, Harvey Korman, Martin Mull, Fred Willard, Lily Tomlin, Peter Bogdanovich and the Wayans family, who with winks refer to brother Keenen as "a source of income," took part in saluting the honorees.

November 15, 1997 - DHP and Sela Ward hosted The 19th Annual Cable Ace Awards where he picked up an award for Guest Actor, Dramatic Special or Series for The Outer Limits: The Sentence. The event took place at the Wiltern Theatre.

November 8, 1997 - DHP was a member of the Honorary Committee for the Benefit for Artgenesis. It was a evening hosted by Richard Belzer to benefit Artsgenesis programs for children in public schools.

November 4, 1997 - Guest on The Rosie O'Donnell Show. To view pictures of his appearance, go to Rosie's November 97 Scrapbook and scroll down to November 04, 1997!

October 31, 1997 - Guest on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.

October 30, 1997 - Guest on Late Show with David Letterman. To view video captures, click here and scroll down to Thursday, October 30, 1997, David Hyde Pierce. There are 8 jpg images there.

October 27, 1997 - participated in a commemorative event produced but the 4 major talent guilds, entitled Hollywood Remembers the Blacklist on the golden anniversary of the hearing of the House Un-American Activities Committee. Participated in a re-enactment of committe hearings along with Kathy Baker, Kevin Spacey, and Alfre Woodard. DHP played a SAG representative who refuses blacklisted actress Gale Sondergaard's plea for help. For more information, click here.

October 8, 1997 - participated in a satellite seminar moderaterd by Steve Bell, called Creating Prime-Time Comedy: Frasier for The Museum of Television & Radio's University Satellite Seminar Series. Panelists also included Peter Casey, David Lee, and Kelsey Grammer.

September 28, 1997 - DHP was one of a record-setting crowd of more than 26,000 who participated in the 6.2 mile walk in the 13th Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles benefiting services that help people living with the HIV virus and AIDS. The event, which took place in Hollywood, raised about $3 million.

September 27, 1997 - DHP along with Kathy Najimy and Melissa Etheridge, hosted the benefit performance of the musical revue "Situation Tragedy... Observations on 10 Years in Hollywood... With Bongos" starring Maxine Lapiduss and written by Maxine (producer of "Ellen") and her sister Sally (consulting producer of "Caroline in the City"). The event took place at the Globe Playhouse in West Hollywood. The evening benefited The Aviva Center, a Los Angelese based non-profit organization devoted to residential treatment of abused and abandoned teenage girls.

September 14, 1997 - Presenter along with Kelsey Grammer for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series at the 49th Annual Emmy Awards.

September 9, 1997 - An article in the Seattle Times during the filming of Frasier's 100 episode in Seattle. To read the article, click here.

September 9, 1997 - Interview with UltimateTV Promo Lounge during the filming of the 100th episode of Frasier on location in Seattle.

July 28, 1997 - DHP appeared in a Friends of Musical Arts production of Gilbert and Sullivan's mini-operetta Trial by Jury at the Janet KinghornBernard Theatre in his hometown of Saratoga Springs, NY. The show was a benefit for the Saratoga County Arts Council. In this courtroom spoof, DHP played the Learned Judge who settles a dispute between two lovers by marrying the Plaintiff himself.

July 27, 1997 - DHP hosted the 15th anniversary edition of the Just for Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival where he dazzled the crowd with a rap he wrote called The Therapy Rap.

July 20, 1997 - DHP attended the Television Critics' Association Awards where for the first time they gave out an award for individual achievement in comedy. Most deservingly, DHP won the award. Upon winning the award, he remarked that it "can only be described as a wonderful, wonderful clerical error."

May 20, 1997 - Guest on The Rosie O'Donnell Show.

May 14, 1997 - Guest on Late Show with David Letterman. To see a picture, click here.

April 24, 1997 - David Hyde Pierce can go worlds wackier than his tightly lidded shrink by Kinney Littlefield for The News-Times: Interactive Edition.

April 1997 - DHP was a speaker and a National Humor Treasure Award recipient in the 12th Annual International Conference on The Positive Power of Humor & Creativity, held in Sarotoga Springs, NY.

March 14-16, 1997 - Cole Porter: A Musical Toast. 12th annual Southland Theater Artists Foodwill Event (STAGE) to raise funds for AIDS Service Center and Project Angel held at the Luckman Theater in Los Angeles, CA. DHP performed "Thank You So Much, Mrs. Lowsborough-Goodby." To see a picture, click here.

March 11, 1997 - Presenter at the 3rd Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards.

March 10, 1997 - DHP was on hand when "Hillsides Home for Children" formally announced its $7.6-million capital development campaign at a cocktail party at El Portal Restaurant in Pasadena. Donald P. Clark, campaign chairman and managing partner of the law firm Clark & Trevithick, said that the money will be used for two new residential cottages, a new child abuse resource center and a $2-million endowment.

March 1997 - DHP did two PSAs to raise awareness about AIDS in the Capital Region and the importance of the work of the AIDS Council of Northeastern New York for its 7th Annual Benefit in Saratoga Springs, NY.

February 22, 1997 - Presenter at the 3rd Annual SAG Awards.

February 20, 1997 - Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) presents Inside... Frasier, a panel discussion and screening of highlights of the series' first four seasons.

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