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Larry Elder Hollywood Star on his Birthday

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HOLLYWOOD (CNS) – Lawyer-turned-radio talk show host Larry Elder
received a unique birthday present today, the 2,548th star on the Hollywood Walk
of Fame.
Actors Jon Voight and Dean Cain will joined Elder in speaking in the 11:30
a.m. ceremony next to the W Hollywood Hotel.
Elder, who is believed to be 63, was born and raised in South Los
Angeles. He graduated from Crenshaw High School in 1970, Brown University in
1974 and the University of Michigan Law School in 1977.
Elder initially worked for a Cleveland law firm, then opened a business
which recruited experienced attorneys. He began his broadcasting career in the
late 1980s hosting a show on WVIZ, Cleveland’s Public Broadcasting Service
station, then moved to WOIO, the Fox affiliate in Cleveland.
Elder joined KABC-AM (790) in 1994, remaining with the station until
2008. He rejoined the station in 2010 and was fired in December.
Elder also hosted two television shows, “Moral Court” and “The Larry
Elder Show.” He has written four books, “The 10 Things You Can’t Say in
America”; “Showdown: Confronting Bias, Lies and the Special Interests That
Divide America”; “What’s Race Got to Do With It? Why it’s Time to Stop the
Stupidest Argument in America”; and “Dear Father, Dear Son: Two Lives, Eight
Hours.”
Elder now hosts an Internet show that can be heard on his website,
LarryElder.com, and writes a nationally syndicated column.

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