A while back, I had the good fortune to sit down and talk with one of my favorite comics, Franklyn Ajaye.  I also had the even gooder fortune of being paid to do it.  Franklyn is known to most people from his starring role in Car Wash and scene stealing turns in movies like Stir Crazy.  Check out the April/May issue of Wax Poetics to read "High Art:  Franklyn Ajaye blazes a trail for serious comedy."


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  1. 1 Mark Apr 21st, 2008 at 7:46 pm

    I placed my order yesterday for the current edition of Wax Poetics. Why? Because Franklyn Ajaye wrote Comic Insights, and he’s the only movie star who ever sent me an email.

    I should probably put a Nick Adams title in my Amazon shopping cart, too. But I’m torn between “Making Friends With Black People” (ISBN-10: 075821295X) and “Practical Clinical Endodontics (Dental Update)” (ISBN-10: 0443074828).

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