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The Kennedy Center is rolling out the red-carpet announcements of who will be feting Will Ferrell when he receives the 14th annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor next month.

Among those on hand to celebrate — and likely roast — Ferrell will be entertainers Conan O’Brien, Paul Rudd, Jack Black, John C. Reilly and Larry King, as well as “Saturday Night Live” colleagues Lorne Michaels (recipient of the 2004 Twain Prize), Maya Rudolph, Molly Shannon and Ferrell’s writing partner/FunnyorDie.com co-founder, Adam McKay, the center announced today.

The pop/punk band Green Day is scheduled to be musical guest.

Ferrell became a star during his seven seasons on “SNL,” with characters ranging from Craig the Spartan cheerleader to his impressions of “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek, “Inside the Actors’ Studio” host James Lipton and President George W. Bush. After supporting roles in such films as “Zoolander”and “Austin Powers,” Ferrell became a marquee name at the movies with such comedies as “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy,” “Old School,” “Elf,” “Blades of Glory,” “The Other Guys” and “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.”

Ferrell has won the American Comedy Award and has received Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe nominations.

In 1998, Richard Pryor became the first person to receive the Twain Prize, which honors people who have made significant contributions to American humor.

Ferrell, 44, is the Prize’s second-youngest recipient; “SNL” alumna Tina Fey was 40 when she received the award last fall.

The ceremony will be Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the center’s Concert Hall, and will air on Halloween on PBS stations.