The Consumer Technology Association on Dec. 28 announced the lineup of celebrity appearances coming to CES 2024, which will be held Jan. 9-12 in Las Vegas.
“CES has a long history of welcoming celebrities and ambassadors for the world’s most well-known brands, and this year is no exception,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the CTA. “We are excited for their participation at CES. These individuals and the brands they represent put a spotlight on important issues in the tech industry.”
As the home for the advertising, entertainment and content community at CES in Las Vegas, the C Space Studio brings together the world’s leading brands, advertisers, media platforms and content. This year, the C Space Studio interviews on Jan. 9 and 10 will feature celebrities including Robert Downey Jr.; former NBA player Blake Griffin (Boston Celtics); Ryan Kalil, television producer and former NFL player for the Carolina Panthers; and T-Pain, music artist and record producer.
As part of the AgeTech Collaborative from AARP at CES, which brings together a network of startups, investors, enterprises and creatives in the AgeTech ecosystem, celebrity guests include Utkarsh Ambudkar, actor and music artist; members of the Tony Award-winning Broadway show “Freestyle Love Supreme”; comedian Howie Mandel; and podcast creator Guy Raz.
Also expected to make appearances at CES: Steve Aoki, DJ and music producer; David Benioff and Daniel Brett Weiss, producers and co-creators of “Game of Thrones”; actors Bianca D’Ambrosio and Chiara D’Ambrosio; businessman and Shark Tank investor Mark Cuban; author Geoffrey Moore; and musicians Ludacris, Will.i.am, and the Wu-Tang Clan.