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Remembering Spalding Gray

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Remembering Spalding Gray

Remembering Spalding Gray

Conversations about the Writer, Actor and Storyteller

Remembering Spalding Gray

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Part 1: Interview with Gray's Wife, Kathie Russo

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Part 2: 'Fresh Air' Interviews with Gray

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Actor Spalding Gray, famous for his autobiographical monologues, was found dead on March 7 in New York's East River. He'd been missing for two months. In the first of a two-part series, Terry Gross speaks with people who knew Gray well, including his wife, Kathie Russo, and his friend, Robby Stein. The second program features excerpts of Gray’s Fresh Air interviews.

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