Demond Wilson may have played a junkman on Sanford and Son, but did the Peacock network have to treat him like one?
No, says the actor, who in a new book dishes about the injustices he says he and co-star Redd Foxx endured during their classic ’70s sitcom’s five year-run.
Interviewed on Your Mental Health, Demond previews Second Banana: The Bittersweet Memories of Sanford and Son, which just shipped from the printer on Friday.
“I have been silent for over 30 years. I have not spoken out against the atrocities that were perpetrated against us.
“Now, this book is not a tell-all book. And it’s not a catharsis for my angst. Nor is it a get-even book.
“It’s a documentation of what Redd and I went through from day one until the Continue reading