David Alan Grier from 'In Living Color' performs at Chicago Improv on March 14, 2008

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David Alan GrierPerhaps what’s most comical about the career of David Alan Grier is that despite his “Jumangi,” “Tales from the Hood,” “In The Army Now,” etc. work, his name – for those who know it – still remains synonymous with his sketch work back in the early 1990s on “In Living Color”.

To remind you he can crank out the funnies in the now just like he could yesterday and to thank the high heavens his consideration for the role of George Costanza on “Seinfeld” fell through, Grier stands up to be judged on March 14 at the Chicago Improv in Schaumburg.

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