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Tommy Davidson

Starting his career in 1986, comedian Tommy Davidson is famous for making jokes about topics such as his mother’s willingness to give advice on a wide range of subjects, white girls fighting with their boyfriends and black women. Born into an interracial family and adopted by Caucasian parents, he grew up in Maryland from the time he was five years old. Davidson crosses boundaries in his comedy that some dare to never cross. In his jokes, he discusses taboo topics. He even sings. Davidson got his real start by starring in Living Color and many other shows as not only a stand up comedian but also an actor. The show starts at 7:30 tonight at the Improv. Tickets are $20 and performances are scheduled through Sunday. (Alexandra Hintz)

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