Actor/Comedian Damon Wayans (In Living Color) at the Ontario Improv
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The iconoclastic Damon Wayans is creator, executive producer and star of he Underground, a half-hour sketch comedy series on Showtime. The series blends a hilarious mix of unique sketch characters, pop culture parodies, and interstitial pieces featuring dance, music, and other visual arts – all spotlighting a splice of urban culture at its most raw and subversive.
Known throughout the world for his no-holds-barred comedic genius, Wayans recently wrapped five seasons of the hit ABC series My Wife and Kids, which he co-created and executive produced. Currently in syndication, the series received numerous awards, including the 2002 People’s Choice for Favorite New Television Comedy Series, and Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Series for his portrayal as patriarch Michael Kyle.
Wayans is most fondly remembered for his three seasons as writer and co-star on the Emmy® Award-winning series In Living Color. There, he made characters like “Homey the Clown,” “Handiman” and “Men on Film” household names. His writing for the series earned him two personal Emmy® nominations.
Additional television credits include the half-hour Fox sitcom Damon, in which he starred and executive produced, and the hour-long drama 413 Hope Street, which was nominated for a People’s Choice Award. He served as an executive producer on Waynehead, a Saturday morning animated cartoon for the WB, which featured the voices of his siblings Kim, Marlon and Shawn Wayans.