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Actor Hank Azaria stopped by the fourth hour of NBC's TODAY this morning to talk about his new role as a dad. The actor, known famously on The Simpsons, chatted about his new docuseries on AL called 'Fatherhood,' which documents his experience of being a dad and the health of his premature son. Watch the appearance below!

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VIDEO: Hank Azaria Talks New Docu-Series FATHERHOOD on 'Today'

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