While Richard Pryor may not have been able to make it on the stand-up comedy circuit, he left behind an amazing legacy in the shape of Rain Pryor. Rain is also a comedian.
Rain Pryor, 52 years old, has many hats. She is a producer and writer as well as a singer, actress, spokesperson, and comedian. She doesn’t keep her fans in suspense when it comes down to her milestones.
In a recent photo posted on her Instagram account, Rain looked like royalty in a black v-neck plunging dress. Rain wore black-framed sunglasses and her hair was combed back. As she sat on a white throne chair, she looked like royalty.
Her surroundings included vases with red roses inside, which added to the atmosphere. It was obvious from her caption that she was attending the African American Comedy Awards 30th Anniversary.
A caption was added to the elegant photo. The caption seemed to be both supportive and critical of those who weren’t there. The caption read this is:
“Sorry for those celebrity comedians who weren’t able to show up, or decided this wasn’t big enough for them to be honored and appreciated by Black people for Black people.”
Rain, who grew up watching her dad do comedy shows and make jokes every other time takes her comedy inspiration from him.
Rain, however, is not like other comedians who draw their material from the misfortunes of their lives and sad events in their lives. A happy comedian he said that she is passionate about her life.
She also discusses the challenges comedians face, such as writing funny jokes but losing the joke because of poor delivery. She claims she takes advantage of the discomfort that jokes can cause, particularly racial ones.
Rain, as a young girl, remembers her father being an everyday dad. This is contrary to what many think he was, especially after his drug-related scandal. She claims her Hands-on, making them clean their rooms, cook, and find jobs.
In 2019, Rain shared that she would be venturing into a project out of her normal entertainment scope.
He was strict and wouldn’t tolerate disrespect from his children. She recalls that Larry Cox was coming to pick her up on a date and that her father showed up at the top stairs with a shotgun. He wanted to know his plans for his daughter.
Cox, then 15, did not hesitate to answer that he wanted Rain to go to a movie and dinner. Pryor then asked if it was okay. It is possible to say this is:
“Huh! I think I like you!”
In 2019, Rain shared that she would be venturing into a project out of her normal entertainment scope. She let her fans know that she would be running for the Baltimore City Council in an attempt to unseat Ryan Dorsey, a councilman whose behavior she questioned.
Her dissatisfaction with the school’s handling of bullying cases brought her to her decision to run for office.
Her stand was that her community needed a sober mind that would represent and Bring together the community problems relating to public education, small businesses, and public safety will be solved.