Comedian Affion Crockett is known for his uncanny celebrity impersonations, which he is taking to television this summer with a new show on Fox called In the Flow with Affion Crockett.
"It's power packed with energy," Crockett tells us. "It's got an In Living Color 2011 and beyond-type flavor."
Jim Carrey tapped into the manic energy and physical comedy that defined his early career while hosting Saturday Night Live.
Carrey was game for anything, including proposing to an already married audience member during his monologue ...
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New American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez appears to be channeling Paula Abdul — at least based on the first two Season 10 audition videos.
On a superficial level, comparisons are easy. Both come from dance backgrounds: Abdul was a Lakers cheerleader and choreographer for Janet Jackson, while Lopez got her break as a Fly Girl on In Living Color. Both are known for their catchy hooks rather than their octave range. They even share the...
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David Alan Grier has been tapped to guest-star as a Bill Nye the Science Guy type on Bones, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Grier will play Professor Bunsen Jude the Science Dude, a quirky host of a children's TV program. As we first reported, he comes to the Jeffersonian Institute hoping to get Brennan (Emily Deschanel) on his show as a guest scientist...
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 ...
As the theme song goes, "You can do what you wanna do, In Living Color." Now that includes buying the recently released DVD of the Fox sketchcom's first season. Among the highlights are memorable early skits of "Men on Film" and "Homey the Clown." (Don't look for J.Lo, though. She didn't join the Fly Girls and start shaking her bootyliciousness until Season 3.) Jim Carrey fans can also check out his vintage work.
"You can see Jim Carrey was getting ready to be a big star," castmate Tommy Davidson tells TV Guide Online. "In our first sketch together, he does his Jerry Lewis thing with Jerry's Kids and I play the Jheri Curl Guy. It's just really, really cool.
"That's one thing that just pops out at me," he continues, "because you can see two hungry, hungry, hungry comedians just getting ready to take off. Besides the Wayans family, the show was our shot for all of us individually as actors and comedians. All of a sudden, the