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About Richard Pryor

Richard Pryor is a Hollywood film actor famous for his role in See No Evil, Hear No Evil. He died in 2005 at the age of 65 after battling with heart attack. He infamously set himself on fire in 1980 following a cocaine and booze binge. In February 09, Eddie Murphy came up to act in the role of Richard Pryor in Pryor's biopic.

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Andy Kaufman and Redd Foxx Return to Stage via Hologram USA
BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwired - October 23, 2015) - Comedians Andy Kaufman and Redd Foxx will be recreated for 21st Century audiences, Hologram USA CEO Alki David and Samantha Chang, Director of Licensing of CMG Worldwide announced today. Hologram USA will use its patented technology to create the holograms with the help and approval of CMG

FilmOn Networks Completes Acquisition of World's Largest Privately Owned Film Library
BEVERLY HILLS, CA --(Marketwired - April 21, 2014) - FilmOn CEO Alki David announced the acquisition of the CineBx Library with 40 other catalogues such as that of Allied Entertainment, A1 Entertainment, Four Star, and HanVideo. Together these collections include over 10,000 films and 10,000 hours of historical television footage

'MY BUDDY' Brings Legendary Comedian Buddy Hackett to Life During Kravis Center Premiere January 16-19
Legendary Comedian Buddy Hackett is brought to life in this live musical theatrical production, told by the person closest to him... his son, Sandy Hackett. "MY BUDDY" premieres at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts January 16-19.

Australian International Documentary Conference Announces Roy Ackerman, Managing Director of Fresh One Productions Will Speak During DocWeek and Help Launch Talent@AIDC Opportunity
AIDC has announced Roy Ackerman, Managing Director of Fresh One, as key speaker for the 2014 Conference in Adelaide, Australia and offer an amazing opportunity for an Australian to come and work at his company.

Buddy Hackett Is Back -- in a New Comedy
Currently on tour with "Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show," Sandy Hackett and Lisa Dawn Miller -- producers and stars of the highly acclaimed production -- are excited to announce the launch of "My Buddy," a new one-man show, starring Sandy Hackett, directed by Lisa Dawn Miller, paying homage to Sandy's father, legendary comedian Buddy Hackett.

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