A lifelong Los Angeles resident, Greg Braxton has written for the Los Angeles Times for more than three decades. He currently is a staff writer covering television for the Calendar section, and has also written extensively about trends and cultural issues in the entertainment field.
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The network on Tuesday defended the series, which portrays the Lakers great as hot-tempered and moody. West’s attorney fired back.
The stand-up and SoCal native, better known as ‘Fluffy,’ will make history by headlining Dodgers Stadium as part of the streamer’s L.A. comedy fest.
The Laker great and others are angered by his depiction as a hot-tempered, foul-mouthed member of the team organization.
After 8 seasons of thorny issues, heated debates and one shelved episode, Kenya Barris, Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross say goodbye.
The Oscar-nominated actor opens up about his time as a teen idol, his intimate understanding of the West and his new TV series, ‘Outer Range.’
In 2012, Gottfried, who died Tuesday at 67, stepped up to the dais at the Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne Barr. I’ve never laughed harder in my life.
Since winning an Emmy for playing Johnnie Cochran in “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” Vance has enjoyed more opportunities. It was a long time coming.
Smith spent his remarkable 30-year career building toward Sunday’s Oscars triumph. With a single, impulsive act, he turned it into a moment of shame.