Produced on July 16, 1968, in La, California, Rain Pryor is the daughter of comic Richard Pryor.
Rain Pryor was born on July 16, 1968, in La, California to humor writer and dancer Shelley Bonis, of Jewish descent, and famous African American comic Richard Pryor. The couple were married for a couple of years before divorcing. Rain grew up along with her mother and maternal grandparents, not meeting her dad again before the age of four and over time coming to understand his world of celebrity and private tumult. Comprehension from youth that she wished to be a thespian, Rain went to attend Beverly Hills High School, giving much of her time to drama work.
Rain was just slated to create a guest appearance, but the strength of her performance got her a reoccurring character in the situation comedy of several varied, intellectually talented high schoolers.
Rain did a combination of TV and live stage work throughout the 1990s and costarred to get a time with Sherilyn Fenn in the Showtime show Rude Awakening, which debuted in 1998. From the end of the decade, Rain had also started working as a drug counselor, inspired in part from the battles she had seen her dad go through with dependence. She wed fellow counsel Kevin Kindlin in 2002.
Exactly the same year, Rain could stage the one woman show Fried Chicken and Latkes, which looks at her multicultural tradition in the standpoint of various characters, fusing humor and song. She’s continued to stage the show in various sites, both national and abroad.
Rain also reconnected with her dad, who was suffering from health complications associated with multiple sclerosis to get several years and who expired in December, 2005 from a heart attack. Before his departure, the two impersonated a dad and daughter working with MS on the medical drama Chicago Hope. Rain has worked over time as a representative for research on the disorder and been an ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
In 2006, Rain’s marriage with Kindlin finished and she left Los Angeles to relocate to Baltimore. She subsequently went abroad and helmed Divas, a show where she covered tunes from female jazz greats. Her attempts given a live album.
Rain discovered romance novel again with Yale Partlow.
In 2009, Rain starred in her very own cabaret show, Pryor Expertise, and several years afterwards returned to television with the appearance in the 2012 HBO movie on Sarah Palin, Game Change, starring Julianne Moore.