Episode 8 – Jay Pharoah
Season 3, Episode 8 • Animation, Documentary, TV-G, 30-Jul-2020
As a child, comedian and impressionist Jay Pharoah struggled with bullying and feelings of alienation. He describes how his father encouraged him to perform his funny, and accurate, celebrity impersonations in public.
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