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A Tribute to Spalding Gray: Part 2

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A Tribute to Spalding Gray: Part 2

A Tribute to Spalding Gray: Part 2

A Tribute to Spalding Gray: Part 2

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On March 7, the actor and monologist Spalding Gray was found dead in the East River in New York. Gray, 62, had been missing for two months. His family believes he committed suicide. Gray was best known for his autobiographical monologues, including Swimming to Cambodia, Monster in a Box and It's a Slippery Slope. Over the last 19 years he was a frequent guest on Fresh Air. We listen back to excerpts of his performances and interviews: Swimming to Cambodia (rebroadcast from Aug. 20, 1985), Monster in a Box (rebroadcast from Sept. 21, 1990), Impossible Vacation (from May 8, 1992) and Gray's Anatomy.

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