David Alan Grier – The Continued Relevance of “A Soldier’s Play” | The Daily Show

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Published on January 20, 2020

Actor and comedian David Alan Grier shares how “In Living Color” accidentally became a political sketch comedy series and discusses his personal connection to “A Soldier’s Play.” #TheDailyShow #DavidAlanGrier #ASoldiersPlay

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20 comments

  • PrimeNumber19 1 month ago

    Anyone else see Blankman in the theater? Just me?

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  • Chris Evans 1 month ago

    Tales from the Hood, was hilarious ? it was meant to be serious but it was both at the same time. Serious hilarious fantasy

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  • Keisha Jones 1 month ago

    DAG

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  • Mellissande NotFromGOT 1 month ago

    How can you have him on here and not mention his epic role in the original Jumanji?

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  • cuellar4500 1 month ago

    He always made me cry of laugther in, In living color

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  • xtopher foster 1 month ago

    MR GRIER YOU ARE WAY BEYOND BRILLIANT ! BRAVA SIR !

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  • Leroy Worsley 1 month ago

    In Living Color was to Funny!

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  • Rony Stephan 1 month ago

    Damn …Roy wood jr has aged fast??

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  • Dirty Angel 1 month ago

    ???hilarious

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  • Diana Cassinelli 1 month ago

    Overseas this programs are seen 2 o 3 years later….so he probably grow up watching the show

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  • Traw_noMagnum 1 month ago

    Chocolate news was the greatest show on Comedy Central

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  • ameerarafath75 1 month ago

    Wellcome to the show?

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  • Tina McLaughlin 1 month ago

    That show was the greatest, funniest, off the cuff, hysterical show! He is one of my favorite comedian actors!

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  • Victor Johnson 1 month ago

    Great Video Thanks

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  • Nae West 1 month ago

    *David Alan Grier is so underrated*

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  • Juan martin Jimenez 1 month ago

    It’s kind of fucked up that is 20/20 and everybody in the lgbtq communities looking for equality looking for did we just treat it at people Blackshear looking for the same thing Mexicans are looking for the same thing it doesn’t matter if we come from another place in the world I think we all deserve to be treated as people

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  • Ba Bay MSW-ADOS 1 month ago

    My favorite was Mr and Mrs Brooks.

    If you remember this skit let me know in the comments.

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  • Trek Cannon 1 month ago

    Ok hold up, is he Roy Wood Jrs father? Lol

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  • Chris Smith 1 month ago

    A Soldier’s Story and Jackie Brown are two of the best movies I’ve ever seen not directed by a black person

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  • Ba Bay MSW-ADOS 1 month ago

    Yes 7:22 says it all.

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