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Cedric The Entertainer explains why he still makes sure to perform onstage regularly even though he has struck it big with comedic projects on film and television. He says that the freedom of performing onstage keeps him sharp for working on-camera. He details also how his particular brand of comedy has changed over the span of his career.

He also discusses the specific kind of pressure from fans that comics feel as opposed to what singers might receive, and whether he has a favorite medium out of television, film, or stand-up. Plus, he reveals why he’s grateful for a character like Eddie from The Barbershop films. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview on the “Ed Lover Show.”

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