Fox Orders Sketch-Comedy Pilot from Jamie Foxx
Almost 20 years since his breakout role on In Living Color, Jamie Foxx may be headed back to Fox for another sketch-comedy show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The network has ordered the untitled pilot with Foxx and fellow In Living Color writers Fax Bahr and Adam Small serving as executive producers.
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Wild 'N Out alum Affion Crockett is also attached to the project. The comedic actor is best known for his spoofs of Russell Simmons, Kanye West, Chris Brown, Drake and Jay-Z.
Foxx starred in In Living Color from 1991 to '94. He also created, produced and starred in The Jamie Foxx Show in the late '90s. He has since appeared in feature films including Dreamgirls and Ali and won an Oscar for his performance in the title role of 2004's Ray.