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More satire from Shearer

Harry Shearer and his wife, singer-songwriter Judith Owen, conceived their satirical revue, 'This Is So Not About the Simpsons: American Voyeurs,' for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Harry Shearer and his wife, singer-songwriter Judith Owen, conceived their satirical revue, "This Is So Not About the Simpsons: American Voyeurs," for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. (ROB SHANAHAN/file 2006)
By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / October 26, 2007

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Harry Shearer gives voice to about a dozen regular characters on "The Simpsons," including C. Montgomery Burns and his assistant, Smithers, Principal Skinner, and Reverend Lovejoy. And he's done the work of a dozen people this year, with a new album, "Songs: Pointed and Pointless"; a new novel about a supposedly Native American casino, "Not Enough Indians"; his syndicated "Le ... (Full article: 702 words)

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