Few comedians can stir up controversy like the legendary Paul Mooney -- writer for Richard Pryor, creator of In Living Color's Homey the Clown and featured guest on Chappelle's Show. With his characteristic brutal honesty, Mooney passionately and hysterically charges into the electrified currents of racial tension. In this magnificent standup performance at Hollywood's Laugh Factory, Mooney earns a standing ovation with his relentless no-holds-barred observations on black history, stereotypes and prejudices, living in White America, celebrity divas and much, much more! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Paul Mooney: Jesus Is Black - So Was Cleopatra - Know Your History
- Stars:Biswajeet, Bharat Bhushan, Master Rajesh, Master Sushobhan, Seema Deo, Anjana Mumtaz, Paul Mooney, Sandra Bernhard, Gabriel Casseus, Joyce Coleman, Mark Curry, Red Grant, David Alan Grier, Quincy Jones III, Daryl Mooney, Dwayne Mooney, Shane Mooney, Lori Petty, Colin Quinn, Phyllis Yvonne Stickney, Shawn Ullman,
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