Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-Up returns for a fifth season with a new host, comedian Sheryl Underwood, and a fresh line-up of rising and seasoned comedy stars. The show, which is Starz' longest running original series, is scheduled to premiere in October. Performances for the fifth season will be taped May 13-16 before a live audience at The Chicago Theatre. Underwood will step in for original host Doug Williams, who will continue to serve as executive producer of the show.
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Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-Up - Roger Robinson (actor) - Netflix
Roger Robinson (born May 2, 1940) is an American actor who won the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play for the 2009 revival of Joe Turner's Come and Gone.
Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-Up - Life and career - Netflix
Born in Seattle, Washington, Robinson made his Broadway debut in 1969 in Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? opposite Al Pacino. Additional theatre credits include Amen Corner, The Iceman Cometh, and Seven Guitars, which garnered him his first Tony nomination. Robinson has appeared in six of August Wilson's ten plays chronicling African-American life in the 20th century. He feels the playwright's “use of language is second to none, except Eugene O'Neill and perhaps Tennessee Williams.” Robinson is the first African American to receive the Richard Seff Award, presented annually by the Actors' Equity Foundation to an actor fifty years of age or older for his performance in a supporting role in a Broadway or off-Broadway production. Robinson's film credits include Believe in Me (1971), Willie Dynamite (1974), Newman's Law (1974), Meteor (1979), It's My Turn (1980), The Lonely Guy (1984), Who's the Man? (1993), Wedding Daze (2006), and Brother to Brother (2004). The latter won him the LA Outfest Grand Jury Award Outstanding Actor in a Feature Film and a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male. Robinson's television credits include the television miniseries King, TV-movie The Marcus-Nelson Murders, which led to a recurring role on Kojak, a regular role on the short-lived Mary Stuart Masterson series Kate Brasher, and guest appearances on Ironside, Starsky and Hutch, The Jeffersons, A Man Called Hawk, Law & Order, New York Undercover, Homicide: Life on the Street, ER, Kojak, and NYPD Blue. He also has written material for Martin Lawrence Presents: 1st Amendment Stand-Up.
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