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The single-camera series, which is being developed by actor David Krumholtz, will be loosely based on the Wu-Tang swordsman's life as well as his publicist Heathcliff Berru. The show will focus on an 'up-and-coming music industry manager tasked with representing an aging rap star mired knee-deep in existential crisis.' It is currently unclear if GZA will star in the pilot.
Aside from 'Coffee and Cigarettes,' GZA previously appeared as himself on the sketch comedy series 'Chappelle's Show.' The 44-year-old rapper, whose real name is Gary Grice, is currently working on 'Liquid Swords II: The Return of the Shadowboxer,' the sequel to 1995's classic 'Liquid Swords.' RZA confirmed that he will be handling the entirety of the production of the album, which GZA intended to release last fall.
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