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If jokes are the children of pain, then Lewis, who died Sunday at age 91, was a born patriarch.Some comedians are always in character.With Lewis, you never knew when he might switch from sad to funny to angry to reflective. He might lash out at an audience member during one of his nightclub performances or chastise a gathering at the Friars Club in New York for not cheering loud enough for one of his fellow entertainers. Lewis believed in truth, and part of his truth was darkness. Lewis was born into a world of vaudeville and silent movies and carried with him decades of 20th century show business.Jim Carrey had a final message for his hero.
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