'Strangers with Candy' Hits Big Screen Comic actress Amy Sedaris offers a prequel to her Comedy Central series in the film version of Strangers with Candy. Amy, sibling of author David Sedaris, co-wrote the script with Stephen Colbert and Paul Dinello, friends from her days in the Second City improvisational theater troupe in the late 1980s.
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'Strangers with Candy' Hits Big Screen

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'Strangers with Candy' Hits Big Screen

'Strangers with Candy' Hits Big Screen

'Strangers with Candy' Hits Big Screen

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Comic actress Amy Sedaris offers a prequel to her Comedy Central series in the film version of Strangers with Candy. Amy, sibling of author David Sedaris, co-wrote the script with Stephen Colbert and Paul Dinello, friends from her days in the Second City improvisational theater troupe in the late 1980s.