Craig Melvin

author of “Pops: Learning to Be a Son and a Father”

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NBC’s Craig Melvin is known for his regular segment “Dad’s Got This Feature,” where he spotlights fathers making a difference in their kids' lives.

Ahead of Father’s Day, NBC’s Craig Melvin talks about his complicated relationship with his dad

NBC’s Craig Melvin is known for his regular segment “Dad’s Got This Feature,” where he spotlights fathers making a difference in their kids' lives.

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