'In Living Color' Star Tommy Davidson on Living A Life That's Never Been Black & White | Frank Buckley Interviews

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Tommy Davidson is a comedian and actor who came to fame in the 1990s as one of the stars of the groundbreaking sketch comedy TV show “In Living Color,” the first network TV sketch comedy show created by an African American writer-producer-star (Keenan Ivory Wayans) that featured a multicultural cast. Tommy has also appeared in dozens of TV shows and movies including “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls,” and he tours the nation as a comedy headliner.

During this podcast, Tommy discusses his life and career and his new book “Living in Color: What Makes Me Funny,” including what it was like to be a black child who was raised in a white family.

New episodes of the "Frank Buckley Interviews" podcast are released every Wednesday.

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