Jake Gyllenhaal arrived at Lincoln Center in NYC last night for a fundraiser, sporting his now-signature scruff and a suit. The charitable evening was in memory of Paul Newman and his efforts for the SeriousFun Foundation and Hole in the Wall Camps, which provide support to seriously ill children and their families. Jake was one of many celebrities in attendance at the benefit, with Jimmy Fallon, Josh Groban, and Tina Fey contributing their varied talents to the show.
Jake is uncle to 5-year-old Ramona, his sister Maggie Gyllenhaal's daughter, and frequently lends his celebrity to good causes geared toward kids. When it comes to his day job, Jake wrapped End of Watch late last year and served as one of the Berlin Film Festival's judges in February. Since then, he's taken advantage of his break from the big screen to try out some new creative projects. He most recently starred in a violent — and decidedly not kid-friendly — music video for French band The Shoes.