John Leguizamo To Return To Broadway

John Leguizamo is readying the latest installment of his life for a Broadway run.

The 46-year-old comedian-actor will bring a new one-man autobiographical show, "Ghetto Klown," to the Lyceum Theater beginning Feb. 21. The show officially opens March 22 and runs 12 weeks.

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"Ghetto Klown" will delve into the early days of Leguizamo's acting career and his roles in Hollywood. It will follow in the tradition of his shows "Spic-O-Rama," ''Freak" and "Sexaholix."

The new one, to be fine-tuned in Chicago in February, will be directed by Fisher Stevens.

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Leguizamo won an Emmy for his monologue "Freak," which originally appeared on Broadway in 1998.

He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his supporting role in 1995's "To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar."

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