Louis C.K.
Mexican American comedian
Louis C.K.
Louis Szekely, known professionally as Louis C.K. , is a Mexican-American stand-up comedian, radio host, television and film writer, actor and director. He is the star of the FX comedy series Louie, which he also writes, directs, and edits, although he only edited for 5 episodes during the first season
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Jon Stewart's Twitter War with Donald Trump at Stand Up for Heroes
Huffington Post - 4 months
In its tenth year, Stand Up for Heroes remains one of the great nights, with Bruce Springsteen performing an acoustic "Dancin' in the Dark" spiced with dirty jokes. And after a decade of working it, Bruce's comic timing is almost as good as his philanthropy. After Bob Woodruff was nearly killed, embedded with troops in Iraq in 2006, he and his wife Lee started this benefit celebrating the bravery of our military and raising funds to help those wounded. Working with Caroline Hirsch and Andrew Fox, the Woodruffs host this event, also the opening of the New York Comedy Festival, and last night Jim Gaffigan, Louis CK, Jerry Seinfeld, and Jon Stewart, who, in the spirit of the upcoming election recounted a tale of unprovoked, unsavory, racist tweets from Trump. The night also featured a state of the art auction with Lydia from Christie's keeping that bidding rising by the thousands. It's hard to keep your eye on the fast moving money but by the end of the night certain traditions were mai ...
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Ritch Shydner: Veteran Comedian And Chronicler Of The 1980s Comedy Boom
Huffington Post - 5 months
Comedian Ritch Shydner All photos courtesy of Ritch Shydner Ritch Shydner's new book, "Kicking Through The Ashes: My Life as a Stand-up in the 1980s Comedy Explosion", has just been published. In the 1980s, Ritch made numerous appearances on TV, including "Late Night with David Letterman" and "The Tonight Show" with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno. He did an HBO half-hour special, "One Night Stand." He played Al Bundy's co-worker on "Married with Children", and made guest appearances on many other TV shows, such as "Designing Women" and "Roseanne." Ritch was able to translate his modest success on TV into an obscure film career, appearing in Steve Martin's, "Roxanne," and Eddie Murphy's, "Beverly Hills Cop II," before moving on to minor roles on smaller pictures. Ritch wrote for sitcoms such as "Roseanne", "The Jeff Foxworthy Show," and HBO's "The Mind of the Married Man." He wrote material for Jeff Foxworthy's Grammy-nominated comedy albums, "Totally Committed," and "Big ...
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Interview: 'Brooklyn Comedy Festival' Founders
Huffington Post - 7 months
Brooklyn Comedy Festival kicks off a week from tomorrow. Each year, the festival showcases both established and up-and-coming performers from every realm of comedy, including sketch, standup, improv, and podcast. This is the first year to integrate a short-film festival "Kickstarter Presents Brooklyn Comedy Festival: SHORTS." A boozy brunch showing comedy shorts from UCB, comedy celebs like Carrie McCrossen? Yes please. The first Festival event is Sunday, August 21st at 9pm. Comedy continues until the following Sunday (28th), concluding with a Super Mario sendoff (90's Sunday Wrap Party). The Brooklyn Comedy Festival was founded by producer Ashleigh Walker and performers Julian Kiani and Chris Nester. I sat down with Ashleigh and Julian at their Greenpoint headquarters to find out more! Did you have any additional costs this year? [Julian] Every year we increase what we're trying to do operationally. It still remains a pretty tight staff. We have a great group of people wh ...
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Surprise! Louis CK Debuts New Series Horace and Pete Online - Wicked Local Plymouth
Google News - about 1 year
Wicked Local Plymouth Surprise! Louis CK Debuts New Series Horace and Pete Online Wicked Local Plymouth Louis C.K. dropped a few jaws this weekend when he dropped his new series Horace and Pete on his website Saturday with no advanc... email · print. Comment. By TV Guide. Wicked Local Plymouth. By TV Guide. Posted Feb. 1, 2016 at 12:01 AM Updated at ... Louis C.K. Surprises His Fans With Secret Project: 'Horace and Pete'mxdwn.com all 161 news articles »
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Comedy Can't Be "One Size Fits All": When Louis CK Meets Jenna Marbles
Huffington Post - about 1 year
More than half a decade ago, I wrote some thoughts about the future of comedy in the digital age. Without much modesty I can say that some of my assessments (such as the increasing use of technology and the social-media new kind of comedy) were spot-on, others completely missed the mark (the core of the comedy content is less violent than I expected). A lot of clips have been broadcast on YouTube since then, and the world today is significantly different than it was back in 2010. What didn't change was the fact that comedy was and remains the most dominant category of video online. People are watching much more comedy today, and the gap continues to grow. The irony is that we don't laugh more than half a decade ago. As President Reagan would have put it - ask yourself this: are you laughing more than you did five years ago? So how come there are many more attempts to make us laugh but our lips stay sealed? In the other fields online the name of the game today is Personalized Content. ...
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What Don't We Get About Donald Trump's Humor?
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Donald Trump is catching a certain amount of flack in the gotcha media this week for an act of satirical pantomimicry he performed, imitating a man with a congenital musculoskeletal disorder. I'm not sure if it will help or hurt Trump's political chances. It would be grossly insincere for me to pretend to understand what his supporters think. If you think Donald Trump would make a good president, I don't know where you draw the line, taste-wise. "Yes, he sometimes comes off a little insensitive. But in his defense, he is the worst person in the universe." Maybe that's a little strong. Jared from Subway is objectively worse. Although, unlike Donald Trump, who's never done anything that wasn't shoddy and base and cheap and vulgar and repulsive, Jared did encourage people to eat fresh. Plus you can't write off a whole candidacy over one inopportune comic impression. When George W. Bush was running in 1999, he imitated Karla Faye Tucker, a woman he'd executed: 'Please,' Bush whimp ...
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Laugh Your A** Off During NY Comedy Fest With These Tragic Clowns
Huffington Post - over 1 year
COURTESY OF NEW YORK COMEDY FESTIVAL If there's anything I learned during my brief middle school jaunt as an ac-TOR, it's that one must balance drama with comedy to delight an audience. That's what those happy/sad masks meant right? Let's say yes. Divorces can certainly be drama filled, so it's a great idea to balance out all that turmoil with some chuckles. And seeing as it's the New York Comedy Festival this week, this is a great time to highlight some of my favorite comics and their takes on divorce and breakups. Some language in the clips below is NSFW! You've been warned! Up first is of course Louis CK. He has frequently declared his very positive take on divorce, even going so far as to claim that divorce was the greatest part of his life. In the clip below, hear him explain,"Marriage is just a larva stage for true happiness -- which is divorce." Kathy Griffin went through a really rotten divorce not too long ago, full of awful accusations and sad details. But Kat ...
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Standing up to My Fears (and Finding My Voice Along the Way)
Huffington Post - over 1 year
There are a lot of reasons that I'm a writer and not a performer. My nose has more turns than Google Maps. I have a comically oversized head that would only really work in a Munsters reboot. And I'm blessed with a real "Jew's who" of medical ailments: worry, doubt, tsuris, shpilkes, acid reflux, severe panic disorder, non-severe panic disorder, free-floating anxiety, iffy sinuses and a shyness so severe I sometimes need to take a Xanax just to give myself the courage to take another Xanax... So, nobody was more surprised than me, when I woke up one morning in the spring of my 49th year and decided I had to push past all my fears and try stand-up comedy for the first time since 1988. If I was just having a mid-life crisis, I'd have picked something less personally embarrassing -- like growing a four-foot ponytail or buying a solid gold Segway. But stand-up is something that I had to do. And while I have spent the last twenty seasons in sitcom writers' rooms, that involves sitting ...
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The Challenges of Dating As a Single Dad
Huffington Post - over 1 year
I have a lot to say about single fatherhood, divorce, dating, and midlife realizations. I have written journals for years, but this is my first time sharing any of my feelings publicly. When it came down to deciding what would be my first post, I went with the first thing that came to mind: The challenges of dating as a single dad. In future posts I will write more about experiences I have had, the choices single parents make, and the significant impact it can all have on one's children. At this stage of life, friendship and romance both hang in the balance of one's custody schedule. I enjoy the artistic expression of actor/comedian Louis CK. Part of what I like about him is that he's also a single dad, and I identify with much of what he portrays on his TV show. I think he's one of the funniest comics in the business. I imagine Louis and I could be great friends, and I'm sure many guys in my situation feel the same about him. But the point I want to make about custody schedules is ...
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Louis CK to write, direct and star in first feature film I'm A Cop
The Independent - almost 2 years
Having shown himself to be a talented and thoughtful director in FX series Louie, Louis CK is to next make an indie film called I'm A Cop.
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Louis CK, Rihanna Confirmed for “Saturday Night Live” Season Finale
Headline Planet - almost 2 years
Louis CK has been tapped to host the season finale of “Saturday Night Live.” NBC confirms that the comedian, who will work as host for a third time, will oversee the season’s concluding episode on May 16. In what will be her fifth such appearance on the show, Rihanna will perform as the night’s musical guest. Two episodes separate the present from the Louis CK-Rihanna edition of “SNL.” The first, which airs on May 2, will feature host Scarlett Johansson and musical guest Wiz Khalifa. The following week’s installment will welcome Reese Witherspoon as host and Florence + The Machine as musical guest. The post Louis CK, Rihanna Confirmed for “Saturday Night Live” Season Finale appeared first on Headline Planet.
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Sophie Heawood: should we lie to our children?
Guardian (UK) - almost 2 years
‘There’s no doubt that some parents’ lies are truly inspired’ It all started so innocently. There we were in the local playground last week, the sun bright but cold, like a trickster in the sky. My child busily climbing up things and down them again, while I sat rooted to the bench with an arse colder than one of Vladimir Putin’s hugs, wondering how the other parents in this part of east London always manage to look so sexually attractive in waterproof clothing. And then it happened – the discordant, mangled wail of Greensleeves came waltzing through the air, in late February, and my daughter squealed “THE ICE-CREAM VAN IS HERE, MUMMY MUMMY I WANT AN ICE-CREAM!” Her little face exploded in hope and longing and lust, and I couldn’t face being the mean person who says no to yet another thing, so I took her excited hands in mine and told her what she needed to hear: that the van plays the music only when it has run out of ice-cream. Just like that, I realised how easy it is to lie to your ...
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Stand-up Scene: Louis CK posts a love note to comedy clubs; Chicago is the place to write your own
Chicago Times - about 2 years
During the standup boom of the late 1980s and early ‘90s, my parents constantly dragged my older brother and me to comedy clubs around the country. I was awfully young at the time, but many clubs would admit underage patrons if they were accompanied by an adult. We were in love with Eddie...
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Woody Allen and the Art of the Impossible
Huffington Post - about 3 years
There are three things I've been reminded of since the reignited Woody Allen controversy started swirling around the blogosphere like one of those bizarre tornadoes that half the country thinks is God's reckoning on a sinful planet. One, unless the offer came from a close family member or a very close friend, I would never agree to be a nanny or a baby-sitter. Two, no matter the writer or the publication, there is no such thing as unbiased journalism. Finally, when it comes to push-button topics, facts are considered insulting; sound bites are divine. Why number one? As a gay, single man in his forties, should I ever be publicly accused of molesting a child, male or female, my reputation would be destroyed for life. If I legally cleared my name and won, I might avoid criminal punishment, but the guilty verdict would remain, if only in the shadows. My writing career has consisted of many things, like a new book about my dog. ("Methinks he loves his dog a bit too much, and he lets th ...
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Agents of Change: 7 Inspiring People Worthy of Your Attention Right Now
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Masha Alyokhina (left) and Nadya Tolokonnikova of the band Pussy Riot chat with Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central's The Colbert Report. Photo: Comedy Central 7. Pussy Riot True, the six members of Pussy Riot -- that wildly fascinating Russian feminist punk rock protest group based in Moscow -- have publicly severed their ties with Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, but it's hard not to appreciate the verve of the two women. The "former" Pussy Riot duo was jailed for an anti-Putin protest outside a Moscow cathedral two years ago. They were released Dec. 23. Now, thanks to a firestorm of international support, they've embarked on a worldwide tour of sorts and have spoken out about a boycott of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, which commence in Sochi Feb. 7. Their outspoken appearance on The Colbert Report on Feb. 4 generated buzz and fueled even more interest on Russia's political views and policies regarding its LGBT community -- a Russian law banning gay "propaganda" from r ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Louis C.K.
  • 2016
    Age 48
    He sent an e-mail to those subscribed to his mailing list in March 2016, criticizing Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, likening him to Adolf Hitler and calling him an "insane bigot," but added "He's not a monster.
    More Details Hide Details He's a sad man." C.K. later referred to the e-mail as "a little crazy," although he added that he still stood behind much of what he had written. Notes References
    In 2016, he selected the Fistula Foundation as the beneficiary of his Jeopardy!
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    On January 30, 2016, he released the first episode of the tragicomic drama series Horace and Pete to his website, without any prior announcements. C.K. directed, wrote, and starred in the series as bar owner Horace, alongside Steve Buscemi, who portrays co-owner Pete.
    More Details Hide Details James Poniewozik of the New York Times said of the series "it may best be described as a Cheers spec script by Eugene O’Neill: a snapshot of a family — and a country — suffering a hangover decades in the making". The self-financed series received a significantly positive reaction from critics, who largely focused on the performances of the veteran cast that includes C.K., Buscemi, Edie Falco, Steven Wright, Alan Alda, and Jessica Lange and C.K.'s writing. C.K. has expressed his interest in a second season. C.K. also developed with FX the series Better Things, starring Pamela Adlon. C.K. co-wrote, co-produced, and directed the pilot. The show is about a single working actress mother and her struggles to raise three daughters. It premiered in September 2016. He next voiced the lead, Max, a Jack Russell Terrier, in the animated comedy film The Secret Life of Pets. The film was co-directed by Chris Renaud of the Despicable Me series, and was released on July 8, 2016. It has grossed over $767 million worldwide.
    It was announced in January 2016 that C.K. and actor/comedian Albert Brooks would be co-creating, co-writing, executive producing, and providing the voices for the two main characters in an upcoming animated series pilot for FX.
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    During an extended Louie hiatus, C.K. created and starred in his web series Horace and Pete in 2016, and voiced the lead role in the animated film The Secret Life of Pets the same year.
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  • 2015
    Age 47
    In November 2015, C.K co-starred in the biographical drama film Trumbo as a composite character based on five different screenwriters who were blacklisted in Hollywood for their alleged ties to the Communist party during the 1940s.
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    In May 2015, it was announced that C.K. would be writing, directing and starring in a film titled I'm A Cop that was going be produced by Scott Rudin, Dave Becky, and long-time associate, Blair Breard, with a budget of $8 million.
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  • 2014
    Age 46
    C.K.'s production company, Pig Newton, where he works with partner / producer Blair Breard, has a contract to develop and executive produce pilots for FX Networks. In January 2014, it was announced that C.K. would be producing and co-writing a Zach Galifianakis-created comedy pilot for FX Networks.
    More Details Hide Details The 10-episode single-camera comedy, titled Baskets, premiered on January 21, 2016. It features Galifianakis as the main character, a struggling clown named Chip Baskets in a pilot episode written by Galifianakis, Louis C.K. and Jonathan Krisel.
  • 2013
    Age 45
    The show was renewed for a fourth season; with a 19-month hiatus after season 3 to accommodate C.K.'s roles in David O. Russell's American Hustle and Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine in 2013.
    More Details Hide Details During the 2014 Television Critics Association presentations, FX Networks' John Landgraf reported that Louie would return in spring 2015 for a shortened fifth season of seven episodes—compared to the 13 episodes of prior seasons. The fifth season premiered in April 2015 and the possibility of a sixth season remains unknown, as it was announced that the series would be taking an "extended hiatus" in August 2015; C.K. stated in January 2016 that he "just doesn't know" whether it will return or not. Subsequent work
  • 2011
    Age 43
    Seitz called the episode "New Year's Eve" "truly audacious". C.K. has been nominated five times for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015) for his work in Louie and won two Emmys in 2011 for the Louie episode "Pregnant" and for his special Live at the Beacon Theater.
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  • 2010
    Age 42
    In a 2010 interview, C.K. talked about how, after his divorce, he thought, "well, there goes my act."
    More Details Hide Details He alluded to the way that his marriage had been central to his act and his life, and he said that it took him approximately a year to realize "I'm accumulating stories here that are worth telling." One element in his preparation for stand-up was training in the boxing gym, including with Lowell, Massachusetts fighter Micky Ward, trying to "learn how to... do the grunt work and the boring, constant training so that you'll be fit enough to take the beating." On December 10, 2011, C.K. released his fourth full-length special, Live at the Beacon Theater. Like Hilarious, it was produced independently and directed by C.K. However, unlike his earlier work, it was distributed digitally on the comedian's website, foregoing both physical and broadcast media. C.K. released the special for $5.00 and without DRM, hoping that these factors and the direct relationship between the artist and consumer would effectively deter piracy. At the end of the special, the release of a new album, recorded at Carnegie Hall the previous year, is mentioned. As of December 21, 2011, the sales of the special from C.K.'s website have earned him over $1 million.
  • 2009
    Age 41
    In August 2009, FX picked up his new series, Louie, which C.K. stars in, writes, directs, and edits.
    More Details Hide Details The show features his stand-up routines blended with segments which are based to some extent on his offstage experiences. The show premiered on June 29, 2010. The show addresses life as a divorced, aging father. In season three, episodes dealt respectively with a date with an unstable bookshop clerk (played by Parker Posey); a doomed attempt to replace a retiring David Letterman; an aborted visit to C.K.'s father; and a dream-reality New Year's Eve episode in which C.K. ends up in China. These episodes were ranked in critic Matt Zoller Seitz's favorite 25 comedy episodes of 2012.
    He also co-starred in the romantic comedy fantasy film The Invention of Lying, directed by and starring Ricky Gervais, in 2009.
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    From 2009 to 2012, C.K. played Dave Sanderson, a police officer and ex-boyfriend of Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler) in the sitcom Parks and Recreation.
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  • 2008
    Age 40
    They divorced in 2008, with C.K. and Bailey sharing joint custody of their children.
    More Details Hide Details C.K. has defended same-sex marriage in his stand-up. About political partisanship, C.K. states, "Some things I think are very conservative, or very liberal. I think when someone falls into one category for everything, I'm very suspicious. It doesn't make sense to me that you'd have the same solution to every issue."
    He was nominated for an Emmy Award for writing on his 2008 special, Chewed Up.
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    He appeared in three films in 2008: Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, Diminished Capacity, and Role Models.
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  • 2006
    Age 38
    In June 2006, C.K. starred in and wrote Lucky Louie, a sitcom he created.
    More Details Hide Details The series premiered on HBO and was videotaped in front of a studio audience; it was HBO's first series in that format. Lucky Louie is described as a bluntly realistic portrayal of family life. HBO canceled the series after its first season.
  • 2001
    Age 33
    He released his debut comedy album, Live in Houston, in 2001 directly through his website and became among the first performers to offer direct-to-fan sales of tickets to his stand-up shows, as well as DRM-free video concert downloads, via his website. C.K. has released nine comedy albums in his career, often directing and editing their specials as well.
    More Details Hide Details He is known for his use of observational, self-deprecating, dark and vulgar humor. C.K. has won a 2012 Peabody Award and six Emmy awards, as well as numerous awards for The Chris Rock Show, Louie, and his stand-up specials Live at the Beacon Theater (2011) and Oh My God (2013). He has won the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album twice. Rolling Stone ranked C.K.'s stand-up special Shameless number three on their "Divine Comedy: 25 Best Stand-Up Specials and Movies of All Time" list.
  • 2000
    Age 32
    He had an early acting role in the independent comedy Tuna, alongside Nick Offerman, in 2000. C.K. wrote and directed the feature film Pootie Tang, which was adapted from a sketch that was featured on The Chris Rock Show and featured Chris Rock in a supporting role.
    More Details Hide Details The film received largely negative reviews from critics, but has become a cult classic. Though C.K. is credited as the director, he was fired at the end of filming with the film being re-edited by the studio. C.K. has co-written two screenplays with Rock: Down to Earth (2001) and I Think I Love My Wife (2007).
  • 1998
    Age 30
    In 1998, C.K. wrote and directed the independent black-and-white film Tomorrow Night, which premiered at Sundance, marking his feature film directorial debut after making several shorter films, including six short films for the sketch comedy show Howie Mandel's Sunny Skies (1995) on the Showtime cable network. C.K. self-released Tomorrow Night in 2014.
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  • 1996
    Age 28
    In 1996 HBO released his first half-hour comedy special.
    More Details Hide Details C.K. has performed his stand-up frequently on shows such as Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Lopez Tonight, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! In August 2005, C.K. starred in a half-hour HBO special as part of the stand-up series One Night Stand. Inspired by the work ethic of fellow comedian George Carlin, who had committed to dropping all of his existing material and starting over every year, C.K. launched his first hour-long special, Shameless, in 2007, which aired on HBO and was later released on DVD. In March 2008, he recorded a second hour-long special, Chewed Up, which premiered on Showtime Network on October 4, 2008, and went on to be nominated for an Emmy for "Outstanding Writing in a Comedy or Variety Special". C.K. has said that "failure is the road to becoming a great comedian."
  • 1995
    Age 27
    C.K. and artist/painter Alix Bailey married in 1995.
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  • 1993
    Age 25
    In 1993, he unsuccessfully auditioned for Saturday Night Live, and most of the comedy clubs in New York City closed.
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  • 1989
    Age 21
    As Boston's comedy scene grew, C.K. gradually achieved success, performing alongside acts such as Denis Leary and Lenny Clarke, and eventually he moved up to paid gigs, opening for Jerry Seinfeld and hosting comedy clubs until he moved to Manhattan in 1989.
    More Details Hide Details He performed his act on many televised programs, including Evening at the Improv and Star Search.
  • 1985
    Age 17
    His first attempt at stand-up was in 1985 at an open mic night at a comedy club in Boston, Massachusetts, during the apex of the comedy boom.
    More Details Hide Details He was given five minutes of time, but had only two minutes of material. He was so discouraged by the experience that he did not perform again for two years. He and Marc Maron later reminisced about their early careers and friendship on Maron's WTF Podcast.
    C.K. attended Newton North High School, and graduated in 1985.
    More Details Hide Details He graduated with future Friends star Matt LeBlanc, with whom he would later be nominated in the same category at the Primetime Emmy Awards multiple times. After graduation C.K. worked as an auto mechanic and at a public access TV cable station in Boston. According to C.K., working in public access TV gave him the tools and technical knowledge to make his short films and later his television shows. "Learning is my favorite thing", he said. He also worked for a time as a cook and in a video store.
  • 1967
    C.K. was born on September 12, 1967, in Washington, D.C., the son of Mary Louise Székely (née Davis), a software engineer, and Luis Székely, an economist. C.K.'s parents met at Harvard University, where his mother was completing her degree in a summer-school program.
    More Details Hide Details They were married at St. Francis Church in Traverse City, Michigan. C.K. has three sisters. C.K.'s paternal grandfather, Dr. Géza Székely Schweiger, was a surgeon. Székely Schweiger was a Hungarian Jew whose family immigrated to Mexico, where he met C.K.'s paternal grandmother, Rosario Sánchez Morales. Sánchez Morales was a Catholic Mexican. C.K.'s grandfather agreed to have his children raised Catholic, but was (according to C.K.) "quietly Jewish". C.K.'s mother, an American with Irish ancestry, grew up on a farm in Michigan. She graduated from Owosso High School in Owosso, Michigan. She attended University of Michigan and graduated from Ohio State University Phi Beta Kappa. C.K.'s maternal grandparents were M. Louise Davis and Alfred C. Davis. When C.K. was a year old, his family moved to his father's home country of Mexico, from where his father had earned a degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico prior to graduating from Harvard. C.K.'s first language was Spanish; it was not until after the move back to the U.S. that he began to learn English. He claims he has since forgotten much of his Spanish, however, he still carries a Mexican passport along with his American one. At age seven, C.K. left Mexico with his family to move back to the United States and settle in Boston.
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