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Patrick Stewart never thought of himself as a funny guy. After commanding a starship and a team of mutants in sci-fi and superhero franchises, Stewart's newest mission is starring in his first-ever TV comedy. With his role in Starz' "Blunt Talk" as naughty newsman Walter Blunt, the classically trained theater actor is discovering at age 75 that he can make folks laugh.The series was created by Seth MacFarlane, who worked with Stewart on "Family Guy," and Jonathan Ames, who fashioned the role of Blunt with Stewart.Stewart didn't think he'd ever be back as a regular on a series after "Star Trek: The Next Generation" warped away over 20 years ago.
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