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Eddie Izzard opens up about life, identity and performing ‘Hamlet’

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NBC News’ Joe Fryer interviews British comedian Eddie Izzard about her work in stand-up and how she is now tackling “Hamlet” in a solo performance. Izzard also speaks about how being gender-fluid helps her portray so many different roles.