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'''In Living Color''' was an [[united States|American]] television show of the 1990s.  It was created and produced by [[Keenen Ivory Wayans]] and [[ ]] under the auspices of the Fox Network.  It is an example of [[sketch comedy]].
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'''In Living Color''' was an [[United States of America|American]] television show of the 1990s.  <!--It was created and produced by [[Keenen Ivory Wayans]] and [[ ]] under the auspices of the Fox Network.--> It is an example of [[sketch comedy]].


''In Living Color'' had a brash style and frequently pushed the limits of social mores and good taste.  [[Censorship]] disputes would lead Wayans to leave the show.
''In Living Color'' had a brash style and frequently pushed the limits of social mores and good taste.  <!--[[Censorship]] disputes would lead Wayans to leave the show.-->


The program was notable for the numbers of performers who got their “big break” on it.
The program was notable for the numbers of performers who got their “big break” on it.


*[[Rosie Perez (choreographer)
*[[Rosie Perez]] (choreographer)
*[[Jennifer Lopez]] (dancer)
*[[Jennifer Lopez]] (dancer)
*[[Jim Carrey]] as James Carrey
*[[Jim Carrey]] (as James Carrey)
*[[Jamie Foxx}
*[[Jamie Foxx]]
*[[Tommy Davidson]]
*[[Tommy Davidson]]
*[[Damon Wayans]]
*[[Damon Wayans]]

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In Living Color was an American television show of the 1990s. It is an example of sketch comedy.

In Living Color had a brash style and frequently pushed the limits of social mores and good taste.

The program was notable for the numbers of performers who got their “big break” on it.