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Larry Wilmore takes shots, not sides
Larry Wilmore occupies an unusual place for a comedian, an original place. He often seems to be neither here nor there, his vantage neither staunchly one way nor another, neither completely serious nor entirely kidding. Before he went in front of the camera in 2006 and became known as a correspondent on "The Daily Show," he stayed mostly behind the scenes, as a writer on "In Living Color," "The Jamie Foxx Show" and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," as a producer on "The Office" and as creator of "The Bernie Mac Show," among other positions.
October 26, 2012