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Wilmore Shines as 'Senior Black Correspondent'

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Wilmore Shines as 'Senior Black Correspondent'

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Wilmore Shines as 'Senior Black Correspondent'

Wilmore Shines as 'Senior Black Correspondent'

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Larry Wilmore won an Emmy and a Peabody for The Bernie Mac Show. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Larry Wilmore, jokingly billed as "Senior Black Correspondent" on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, worked as a writer on In Living Color and The PJ's before getting his fake-news-show gig.

Wilmore also created The Bernie Mac Show.

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