• On This Day In Comedy…In 1968 Comedienne, Actress, Author, Singer-Songwriter, Margaret Cho Was Born!
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      On this day in comedy on December 5, 1968 Comedienne, Actress, Author, Singer-Songwriter, Margaret Moran Cho was born in San Francisco, California. According to Hollywood lore, Margaret Cho was the first comedian of Asian descent to star in her own sitcom, “All American Girl” on ABC in 1994.   That’s if you don’t count, “Mr. T […]

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  • Comedian Margaret Cho To Join E! ‘Fashion Police’!
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    Margaret Cho is joining E!’s “Fashion Police” as a special guest host when the show returns in 2016. Before her more regular gig, Cho had appeared as a celebrity guest on the fashion gab-fest. Cho’s addition follows this year’s long-running talent shuffle, which saw the exits of host Kathy Griffinand co-host Kelly Osbourne, after Joan Rivers’ […]

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  • Margaret Cho Starring In A New Marijuana Comedy Series On Amazon!
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    Amazon is developing a marijuana-themed family comedy, starring Margaret Cho, Variety has learned. Titled “Highland,” the project in contention at Amazon Prime follows Margaret Cho, who after court-ordered rehab gets a chance to start over, but has to move in with her dysfunctional family who now runs a pot dispensary. Co-produced by Tomorrow Studios and Amazon Studios, “Highland” hails […]

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  • On This Day In Comedy… In 1968 Margaret Cho Was Born!
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      On this day in comedy on December 5, 1968 Comedienne, Actress, Author, Singer-Songwriter, Margaret Moran Cho was born in San Francisco, California. According to Hollywood lore, Margaret Cho was the first comedian of Asian descent to star in her own sitcom, “All American Girl” on ABC in 1994.   That’s if you don’t count, “Mr. […]

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  • WATCH: Roast Battle Between Comedians Deon Cole And Tony Roberts

    As you already know, the comedy industry has taken a big hit during the coronavirus. So many comedians are trying to figure out ways to entertain themselves and their audience. With that being said, comedians Deon Cole (of black-ish fame) and Tony Roberts (of Uncle Buck fame) decided earlier today to entertain their fans by conducting […]

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