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Topic - Blair Underwood
Blair Underwood's weird ride to becoming Stanley Kowalski onstage in "A Streetcar Named Desire" started four years ago with a dashed hope.
Kim Kardashian, Blair Underwood and other celebrities served up a Thanksgiving day meal to the homeless in Los Angeles.
The upcoming Broadway production of "A Streetcar Named Desire" has found its Stella.
Blair gets 'Dirty'
"New Orleans is a gumbo of culture and history and races _ French, Spanish, African and all of those mixtures of people. So it's kind of appropriate that we would do this kind of production," says Underwood.
Underwood says, shrugging his shoulders.