Thursday, September 3, 2015

Chris Tucker gets book signed by Harry Belafonte

Comedian/actor Chris Tucker was among those getting a book signed Friday night by singer Harry Belafonte at the Free Library of Philadelphia's Central Branch.

Chris Tucker gets book signed by Harry Belafonte

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Actor Chris Tucker holds his signed copy of Harry Belafonte´s book during the singer´s event at The Free Library of Philadelphia Parkway Central Branch on Friday. Photo: Paul J. Froggatt
Actor Chris Tucker holds his signed copy of Harry Belafonte's book during the singer's event at The Free Library of Philadelphia Parkway Central Branch on Friday. Photo: Paul J. Froggatt

Comedian/actor Chris Tucker was among those getting a book signed Friday night by singer Harry Belafonte at the Free Library of Philadelphia's Central Branch.

Belafonte was interviewed by former Fox 29 personality Tracey Matisak, and veteran CBS3 broadcaster Trudy Haynes was also in the audience.

The night before, Tucker, in town playing a mental patient in "The Silver Linings Playbook," which will be shooting here a few more weeks, and a guest dined on pork chops, potatoes au gratin, and green beans at The Palm (200 S. Broad).

Read more from our column in Monday's Daily News

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