A turning point in mainstream television, IN LIVING COLOR was that rare comedy series whose humor appealed to--and made fun of--a very diverse audience. A sketch comedy show with one of the most talented ensemble casts in TV history, it was created by Keenan Ivory Wayans, and starred Keenan, his brothers Shawn, Marlon, and Damon, and their sister, Kim. This was also the show that jump-started the careers of many notables, including Jennifer Lopez, who was one of the dancers, and cast members Jim Carrey (ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND), David Alan Grier (BEWITCHED), and Jamie Foxx (COLLATERAL). Popular recurring characters included Damon Wayans's Homey D. Clown, a criminal clown from the ghetto, and Jim Carrey's Firemarshall Bill, whose maniacal laugh became common parlance among fans. In the fourth season, the show took on contemporary issues, such as a spoof of Bill Clinton and a skit about gays in the military.