VIDEO: Billy Crystal Talks TV Return on New Series THE COMEDIANS
Actor and comedian and Broadway star Billy Crystal (700 Sundays) stopped by this morning's TODAY to talk with Matt Lauer about his new FX show, "The Comedians," where he plays himself. It's been 30 years since he's had a regular television gig. Check out the appearance below!
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