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Comedian Neal Brennan: White vs. Black Humor

Comedian Neal Brennan: White vs. Black Humor He’s a director, writer, actor and comedian, but you probably know Neal Brennan best for his work with Dave Chappelle – yes, that includes a co-writing credit on "Half Baked" and a co-creator nod for "Chappelle’s Show." In this video, WatchMojo.com heads to Montreal's Just for Laughs Festival to speak with Neal Brennnan about black versus white humor, and how – as a skinny white dude – he is able to appeal to a primarily African American audience. He also tells us how his favorite joke from the 2011 White House Correspondents Dinner was almost cut (P.S. the joke makes fun of Donald Trump).

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