Chevy Chase made another public appearance this weekend.
The reunion took place during Christmas Con 2023 in Edison, New Jersey.
Chase, 80, was joined by his costars Beverly D’Angelo, 72, Randy Quaid, 73, and Miriam Flynn, 71, at the New Jersey Expo Center.
Chevy looked to be in good spirits as he sat for group photos against a step-and-repeat with the Christmas Con logo.
Their comedy came out in 1989 and was from National Lampoon.
One of the film’s stars, Juliette Lewis, was a no show after saying she would attend.
Chevy Chase made another public appearance this weekend. The former Saturday Night Live star had a Christmas Vacation reunion this weekend in New Jersey after falling off the stage during a Christmas Vacation Q&A in New York on Wednesday
Chase, 80, was joined by his costars Beverly D’Angelo, 72, Randy Quaid, 73 and Miriam Flynn, 71 at the New Jersey Expo Center, among others including Jonathan Bennett, Lacey Chabert, Wes Brown, Alicia Witt, Erin Cahill, Steve Lund, Cindy Busby and Nikki DeLoach
Chase played dad Clark Griswold.
His Christmas vacation goes horribly wrong after one blunder follows abother.
His loving wife Ellen (D’Angelo) tried to understand as the kids – daughter Audrey (Lewis, 50), son Rusty (Johnny Galecki)- get annoyed.
They hang out with relatives like Ellen’s cousin Catherine (Flynn) and her husband Eddie (Quaid).
Christmas Vacation also starred Diane Ladd, Doris Roberts, John Randolph and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
The movie was directed by Jeremiah S. Chechik and written by John Hughes.
On Wednesday Chase shocked fans when he fell off the stage during a National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation Q&A in Buffalo.
The actor, who recently insisted he was in ‘amazing’ health’, looked cheery as he attended the screening, with the star arriving onstage in a wheelchair before walking towards the crowd at Shea’s Performing Arts Center.
Chase wore a baseball cap and zip-up top at the event
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation with Chase, Juliette Lewis, Johnny Galecki and D’Angelo
Chevy is currently on tour across the US, giving special insight into his beloved film, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
However, the actor stepped off the stage and fell to the ground – to gasps from the crowd.
He was helped back up afterwards and seemed in good spirits, tipping his trademark baseball cap to relieved fans.
A spokesman for Chase told DailyMail.com ‘He took a fall at the part of the stage that was not lit well but thanks to all his falls on SNL it was like riding a bike again. Just a little boo-boo. All good.’
This comes after Chase’s manager insisted the star is in ‘amazing’ health despite the National Lampoon actor sparking concern when he was pictured in a wheelchair while supporting his close friend Sylvester Stallone at the weekend.
The actor, who is currently in the middle of his festive tour of the country, had travelled to Philadelphia on Sunday for the opening of Sylvester’s Rocky memorabilia shop.
Chevy, who is famed for appearing in the National Lampoon’s comedy film franchise, was pictured in a wheelchair before getting to his feet to pose for pictures with his 77-year-old pal.
Fans feared for his health after the images emerged – but representatives for Chevy have since quashed any concerns for the actor, telling DailyMail.com that he is in good shape.
‘His health is amazing and his tour, A Live Conversation With Chevy Chase, has been selling out across the country,’ they said in a statement.
‘He sometimes uses the chair due to all the airport travel – even at 80 years young.’
They added: ‘He does not need rest. His tour is extensive during the holiday season.’
Chevy was seen waving to guests at Sunday’s event, before encouraging them to shout ‘Two for one! Rocky and Clark Griswold’ – a reference to one of his lines from the National Lampoon films.
His appearance marked two years since he was admitted to hospital with near-fatal heart failure.
The actor, 80, who recently insisted he was in ‘amazing’ health’, looked cheery as he attended the screening (pictured December 3)
The star was seen examining his hand after being helped to his chair
The actor’s manager told DailyMail.com that the star is in ‘amazing’ health
Chevy got out of his chair to pose for pictures with his pal Sylvester Stallone
The actor and comedian opened up about the health scare last year, telling CBS’ Sunday Morning: ‘Oh, we removed it. Didn’t need it. It’s much better now.’
Chevy is currently touring the country with his A Live Conversation With Chevy Chase. The Q&A sessions, which kicked off in Chicago on November 26, follow special screenings of the beloved 1989 film, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, in which he played lead star Clark W. ‘Sparky’ Griswold Jr.
Chevy and his wife Jayni then share their behind-the-scenes stories from the set and take audience questions from fans.
The six-date tour will see him on stage in New York, Minnesota and New Jersey, as well as Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Wisconsin.
The tour comes three months after Chevy divulged about his time on the sitcom Community, in which he played the politically incorrect millionaire of Hawthorne Wipes CEO Pierce Hawthorne, admitting that he ‘felt happier being alone.’
Speaking on the WTF Podcast, he said that while he ‘didn’t mind [his] character,’ he ‘didn’t want to be surrounded by that table, every day, with those people.’
He added: ‘It was too much. I honestly felt the show wasn’t funny enough for me, ultimately.
‘I felt a little bit constrained. Everybody had their bits, and I thought they were all good. It just wasn’t hard hitting enough for me.’
Chevy was fired from the critically acclaimed NBC comedy 11 years ago for using the N-word in front of co-stars Yvette Nicole Brown and Donald Glover.