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  1. David Alan Grier (born June 30, 1956) is an American comedian and actor. Known for his roles on stage and screen, Grier gained popularity playing multiple roles in the American sketch comedy television series In Living Color (1990–1994) and Reverend Leon Lonnie Love on the Fox comedy series Martin (1993–1997).

  2. David Alan Grier (* 30. Juni 1955 in Detroit, Michigan) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Comedian. Karriere. Nach der Verleihung des Bachelor of Arts an der University of Michigan begann Grier seine Karriere als Schauspieler in dem Broadway - Musical The First.

  3. IMDb profile of David Alan Grier, a comedian and actor who starred in In Living Color, A Soldier's Play, The Wiz Live, and more. See his biography, awards, credits, photos, videos, and upcoming projects.

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  4. David Alan Grier. Actor: Joe Pickett. David Alan Grier was born in Detroit, Michigan, to Aretas Ruth (Dudley), a schoolteacher, and William Henry Grier, a psychiatrist and writer. He trained in Shakespeare at Yale University, where he received an MFA from the Yale School of Drama.

    • June 30, 1956
  5. 7. Juni 2021 · The actor and comedian talks about his career, from In Living Color to Jamie Foxx's Netflix show, and his views on social media and LGBTQ humor. He also reveals how he landed a role in Queen Sugar and why he turned down a movie offer.

  6. 21. Sept. 2021 · David Alan Grier on Navigating the Art World as a Black Collector. The Tony-nominated actor and comedian discusses his love for overalls, citrus trees and trying to sell his teenage...

  7. 14. Apr. 2023 · David Alan Grier Always Knew He Could Do It All. The Tony winner and comedy legend reflects on a wild, 40-year-plus acting career—all leading to this moment. By David Canfield. April 14,...