Commentary: Trans comedians stand up for a community that’s often seen and not heard
On the worldwide Trans Day of Visibility, comedians around L.A.’s stand-up scene talk about the fight to be given leading roles on stage, in front of the camera and behind the scenes in Hollywood
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Tavis Smiley lost his PBS talk show over sexual harassment allegations. Now he’s attempting a comeback with an L.A. radio station, KBLA.
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Career guide for Hollywood dreamers
Careers in the entertainment industry can be mysterious for those just starting out, and even for those working in the business. The Los Angeles Times brings you explainers and advice for starting and building your career in Hollywood.