Conan O'Brien by Timothy White/NBC Photo
Bob Woodruff hasn't had a lot to laugh about in the last couple of years. But thanks to Conan O'Brien and a lineup of top comedians, there will be plenty of humor to go around during a special evening on Nov. 7 to benefit the Bob Woodruff Family Fund.

In conjunction with the New York Comedy Festival, O'Brien will host the event, Stand Up for Heroes, which is dedicated to the nation's injured service members. The proceeds of the benefit - where Lewis Black, Bruce Springsteen, Robin Williams and other special guests will perform at New York City's Town Hall - will go to the Woodruff fund.

Woodruff, who was severely injured in 2006 while reporting from Iraq for ABC News, established the fund a year later to raise awareness and money for members of the military hurt in the line of duty.