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Daily Archives: May 29, 2015
Book Review: “Becoming Richard Pryor” gets close to what made the comic a legend
I’m a big fan of Scott Saul’s pretty-much definitive new biography of the late/great and deeply messed up comic Richard Pryor. Saul himself credits the passage of time for a lot of the access he got to Pryor’s friends, family … Continue reading
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