Wilmore Shines as 'Senior Black Correspondent' Larry Wilmore, The Daily Show's "Senior Black Correspondent," is a writer, television producer, and stand-up comic. He worked on In Living Color and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and was a consulting producer on NBC's The Office. This interview originally aired June 5, 2007.
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Wilmore Shines as 'Senior Black Correspondent'

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Wilmore Shines as 'Senior Black Correspondent'

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Comedian Larry Wilmore frequently contributes to The Daily Show as the "Senior Black Correspondent."

A writer, television producer, and stand-up comic, Wilmore wrote for In Living Color and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and was a consulting producer on NBC's The Office.

This interview originally aired on June 5, 2007.