Zack O’Malley Greenburg tells Kim Masters that even though Michael Jackson had fame and money and worldwide recognition for his music, he felt that in order to achieve true immortality, he needed to also be a Hollywood leading man. Greenburg explores Jackson’s business empire in his new book Michael Jackson, Inc. Then, meet some graduates from one of LA’s most well-known improv and sketch comedy school, the Groundlings. Michaela Watkins and Jim Rash say that to succeed in improv, you’ve first got to have some on-stage fails.
Michael Jackson’s Hollywood Hopes; Groundlings Turn 40
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Hollywood News Banter
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‘Michael Jackson, Inc.’
Michael Jackson is best known as a music icon, but he also built a business empire that included merchandise, video games, a record label, and famously, his purchase of the...