Dick Gregory is still on the front lines speaking out for human and social rights as well as empowering people of color to stand up be part of the solution and not the problem. Born Richard Claxton Gregory on October 12, 1932, in St. Louis, Missouri, Mr. Gregory just celebrated his 84th birthday and is currently performing his stand-up show around the country to sold-out crowds. Also, actor Joe Morton produced, wrote, and performed in his one-man show titled "Turn Me Loose" on Broadway t...
#Dick Gregory, comedian, actor, and civil rights activist, was born Richard Claxton Gregory in 1932 in St. Louis, Missouri. Gregory's father left the family when Gregory was a child forcing his mother, Lucille, a maid, to raise him and his five siblings. During his high school years Gregory j
Project X (1963) $19.99; Episode of the anthology series "The Dick Powell Show". The director of a top-secret space project (Michael Rennie) turns marriage counselor to iron out a problem between a young officer (Steve Forrest) and his neglected wife (Gena Rowlands). Also with Leon Askin. Hosted by Gregory Peck.
The awesome amazing April Yvette Thompson!! Spending some quality catch up time in NYC over good eats!! Check out her latest creative adventure 'Turn Me Loose' (she's a producer) starring Joe Morton on the Life of Dick Gregory!! Make time for your loved ones y'all!! VERY important!! Pick up the phone get in your car catch that flight!! #qualitytimewfriends #3FLifestyle #cantstopwontstop #bftmoments by edblunt