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Kevin Darnell Hart[1] (born July 6, 1979)[2] is an American comedian and actor. His humor often invokes self-deprecation, derived from his experiences as a black man with a large extended family. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Hart began his career by winning several amateur comedy competitions at clubs throughout New England, culminating in his first real break in 2001 when he was cast by Judd Apatow
Judd Apatow
for a recurring role on the TV series Undeclared. The series lasted only one season, but he soon landed other roles in movies such as Paper Soldiers
Paper Soldiers
(2002), Scary Movie 3
Scary Movie 3
(2003), Soul Plane (2004), In the Mix (2005), Little Fockers
Little Fockers
(2010) and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017). Hart's comedic reputation continued to grow with the release of his first stand-up album, I'm a Grown Little Man (2008), and performances in the films Think Like a Man
Think Like a Man
(2012), Grudge Match (2013), Ride Along (2014) and its sequel Ride Along 2
Ride Along 2
(2016), About Last Night (2014), Get Hard
Get Hard
(2015), Central Intelligence
Central Intelligence
(2016), The Secret Life of Pets (2016), and George Beard in Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017). He also released four more comedy albums, Seriously Funny in 2010, Laugh at My Pain
Laugh at My Pain
in 2011, Let Me Explain in 2013, and What Now? in 2016. In 2015, Time Magazine named Hart one of the 100 most influential people in the world on the annual Time 100
Time 100
list.[3] He starred as himself in the lead role of Real Husbands of Hollywood.[4]

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career

2.1 Stand-up 2.2 Film and television roles 2.3 Music 2.4 Modeling

3 Influences 4 Comedic style 5 Personal life

5.1 Legal issues

6 Filmography

6.1 Film 6.2 Television

7 Discography 8 Awards and nominations 9 References 10 External links

Early life Hart was born on July 6, 1979 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[2] He was raised by his single mother, Nancy Hart,[2] and has one brother, Robert.[1] His father, Henry Witherspoon,[5] a cocaine addict, was in and out of jail throughout most of Kevin's childhood, and Kevin used humor as a way to cope with his troubled family life.[2] After graduating from George Washington High School, Hart briefly attended the Community College of Philadelphia
Philadelphia
and moved to New York City.[6][7][8][9] He then moved to Brockton, Massachusetts, and found work as a shoe salesman.[9] He began pursuing a career in stand-up comedy after performing at an amateur night at a club in Philadelphia.[10] Career Stand-up Hart's first gig was at The Laff House in Philadelphia
Philadelphia
under the name of Lil Kev, which did not go well.[11] His career suffered a slow start, as he was booed off stage several times, once even having a piece of chicken thrown at him.[12] After those initial unsuccessful shows, Hart began entering comedy competitions throughout Massachusetts, and his fortunes soon turned for the better.[9] It took time for Hart to develop a unique comedic style. After an early period of attempting to imitate comedians like Chris Tucker, he found his own rhythm by delving into his insecurities and life experiences. "Because of what I do, it has to be an open book," he has said. "But right now this is a book that is being written."[12] Hart's comedy tours began in 2009 with his act titled "I'm a Grown Little Man," followed by "Seriously Funny" in 2010, "Laugh at My Pain" in 2011, and "Let Me Explain" in 2013, the later two of which were also released as features in movie theaters.[11] Hart grossed over $15 million from "Laugh at My Pain", making it one of the year's top-selling comedy tours.[citation needed] Hart also has a game available through iTunes called "Little Jumpman." His Facebook
Facebook
page, Twitter
Twitter
account, and YouTube
YouTube
channel are all connected to and accessible through this app.[13] Most overseas fans of Hart discovered him on YouTube, as well.[14] It was announced in October 2013 that ABC will be making a 30-minute pilot based on Hart's stand-up act. Hart does not plan to star in the sitcom, but does plan on having a recurring role.[15] On April 9, 2015, Hart embarked on a comedy world tour titled the What Now? Tour at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, which concluded on August 7, 2016 at the Columbus Civic Center
Columbus Civic Center
in Columbus. Film and television roles Hart came to prominence from his guest appearance in Undeclared. He made his film debut in the film Paper Soldiers. Hart then gained further recognition from his other films such as the Scary Movie franchise, Soul Plane, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Death at a Funeral, and Little Fockers. He played Doug in the film The Five-Year Engagement
The Five-Year Engagement
(2012) and appeared in Think Like a Man
Think Like a Man
which was a box office success. He also appeared in the sequel. He had a cameo as himself in This Is the End. In 2013, Hart played a boxing promoter in Grudge Match and appeared in Exit Strategy as Mannequin Head Man. He also appeared in 35 and Ticking. In 2014, Hart starred as Ben in Ride Along, opposite Ice Cube.[16] The film received generally negative reviews from critics, but was a major box office success.[17][18] Hart returned in the sequel, Ride Along 2, which was released on January 15, 2016.[19][20] In 2013, Hart co-created Real Husbands of Hollywood
Real Husbands of Hollywood
with Chris Spencer. The show follows Hart along with other married celebrities (each playing a comical fictionalized version of themselves) within the series including: Boris Kodjoe, Nelly, Duane Martin, J.B. Smoove, Nick Cannon, and Robin Thicke. Thicke didn't return for the second season due to his music career, though Hart has stated that the door is open for Thicke to return.[21] The series is intentionally filmed in a style similar to Bravo's The Real Housewives. Episodes often hinge on the "real" Kevin Hart's desperately unsuccessful attempts to climb Hollywood's celebrity social ladder (which always backfire in humiliating ways), and the character's barely-hidden jealousy of his more successful celebrity friends. A sneak peek was shown as a segment during the 2012 BET Awards and the official promo was released in October 2012.[22] Also in 2015, Hart starred in the films Get Hard with Will Ferrell
Will Ferrell
and The Wedding Ringer. In addition to acting, Hart has also hosted various ceremonies. Hart first hosted the 2011 BET Awards.[23] Hart then hosted the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards.[24] His longtime friend Judd Apatow, the director who gave him his first big on-screen break in the TV series Undeclared, was the one who recommended him for the gig.[25] Hart hopes that this will project him further into a side career as an emcee, stating, "Hopefully after MTV, of course we're talking Emmys, Oscars, whatever."[11] He has hosted three episodes of Saturday Night Live.[26][27] In 2015, Hart hosted the Comedy Central Roast
Comedy Central Roast
of Justin Bieber.[28] As of October 2016, Hart is in talks to portray Santa Claus in Dashing Through the Snow, a planned 2017 Disney Christmas-themed film.[29][30] Music As Chocolate Droppa, his alias, he signed to Motown Records
Motown Records
and released Kevin Hart: What Now? (The Mixtape Presents Chocolate Droppa), the soundtrack to his stand-up film of the same name.[31] He released the singles "Push It On Me" featuring Trey Songz
Trey Songz
and "Baller Alert" with Migos
Migos
& T.I.[32] Modeling In 2017, Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart
and Tommy John
Tommy John
appeared in an underwear commercial for Macy's.[33] Influences Hart has cited as comedy inspirations Bill Cosby, Chris Rock, Eddie Murphy, George Carlin, Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle
Dave Chappelle
and Richard Pryor.[34][35] Comedic style Kevin Hart's comedic style, particularly in his stand-up routines are based on his racial, physical, familial and gender role experiences. His stand-up frequently invokes self-deprecation, derived from his experiences as a shorter-than-median (5'4"), black, adult male, with an extended black family, trying to navigate his career and personal paths in life. He frequently talks about his fears of being less than ideally physically gifted, the resulting ways in which they intersect with his masculinity, sexuality, traditional male gender role, as well as the experiences and dynamics of his social interactions, and how he fails to live up to the traditional definitions and notions of them. Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart
has spoken about both his acceptance of his vulnerability with the issues and the painful experiences with his perceived shortcomings as well as the society and family he belongs to as being the primary sources of his comedic material and humour. In particular, this has included acceptance of both his height and the resulting roles in both his personal and professional life he's often given. Personal life Kevin and Torrei Hart filed for divorce in February 2010, citing irreconcilable differences. Hart requested joint custody[36] of their two children, daughter Heaven (13) and son Hendrix (10).[37] The divorce was finalized in November 2011.[38] Hart's relationship with his father improved after the latter recovered from his addiction. Hart said, "My dad said I was supposed to be on drugs. I was like, 'Dad, shut up,' but then I thought about it, and it was stupid, but it made sense. He was saying that basically he was my example to never go down that road."[11] Hart also talks about his mother in his stand-up routine, portraying her as a loving, yet intimidating woman. She died from cancer in 2007.[11][39] On August 18, 2014, Hart proposed to Eniko Parrish.[40] They married on August 13, 2016 near Santa Barbara, California.[41] Their son Kenzo Kash was born November 21, 2017.[42] On December 15, 2017, Hart publicly admitted having cheated on his pregnant wife.[43] Hart earned an estimated $32.5 million in 2017.[44] Legal issues Hart was arrested on April 14, 2013 on suspicion of drunk driving after his black Mercedes nearly collided with a tanker truck on a Southern California
Southern California
freeway. Hart failed a field sobriety test and was booked for misdemeanor DUI.[45] On August 5, 2013, Hart was sentenced to three years of probation after pleading no contest to one count of driving under the influence of alcohol.[46] Filmography Film

Year Film Role Notes

2002 Paper Soldiers Shawn

2003 Scary Movie 3 CJ

Death of a Dynasty P-Diddy / Cop 1 / Dance Coach / Hyper Rapper / H. Lector

2004 Along Came Polly Vic

Soul Plane Nashawn Wade

2005 The 40-Year-Old Virgin Smart Tech Customer

In The Mix Busta

2006 Scary Movie 4 CJ

The Last Stand F Stop/G Spot

2007 Epic Movie Silas

2008 Fool's Gold Bigg Bunny

Superhero Movie Trey

Extreme Movie Barry

Meet Dave Number 17

Drillbit Taylor Pawn Shop Dealer

2009 Not Easily Broken Tree

Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man Himself Stand-up film

2010 Something Like a Business JoJo

Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny Himself Stand-up film

Death at a Funeral Brian

Little Fockers Nurse Louis

2011 35 and Ticking Cleavon

Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain Himself Stand-up film

Let Go Kris Styles

2012 The Five-Year Engagement Doug

Think Like a Man Cedric

Exit Strategy Mannequin Head Man

2013 This Is the End Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain Himself Stand-up film

Grudge Match Dante Slate, Jr.

2014 Ride Along Ben Barber

About Last Night Bernie

Think Like a Man
Think Like a Man
Too Cedric

School Dance OG Pretty Lil' Thug Uncredited role[citation needed]

Top Five Charles

2015 The Wedding Ringer Jimmy Callahan/Bic Mitchum

Get Hard Darnell Lewis

2016 Ride Along 2 Ben Barber

Central Intelligence Calvin Joyner

The Secret Life of Pets Snowball (voice)

Kevin Hart: What Now? Himself Stand-up film[47]

2017 Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie George Beard (voice) Also songwriter for "Saturday"

The Upside Driss

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Franklin "Mouse" Finbar

2018 Night School Teddy Walker

Television

Year Show Role Notes

2002–2003 Undeclared Luke 3 episodes

2002–2004 Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn Himself 8 episodes

2004 The Big House Kevin 5 episodes

Comedy Central Presents Himself Stand-up special

2005 Barbershop James Ricky 3 episodes

2005–2006 Jake In Progress Nugget Dawson 2 episodes

2006 Love, Inc. James

Help Me Help You Kevin Episode: "Raging Bill"

2007 All of Us Greg Episode: "The B-R-E-A-K-U-P"

Wild 'n Out Various 21 episodes

2009 Party Down Dro Grizzle Episode: "Taylor Stiltskin Sweet Sixteen"

Kröd Mändoon and The Flaming Sword of Fire Zezelryck 6 episodes

Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man Himself Stand-up special

2010 Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny Stand-up special

Cubed Security Guard Episode: "2.10"

2011–2012 Modern Family Andre 2 episodes

2011 BET Awards 2011 Host TV special

2012 Workaholics Kevin Episode: "To Kill a Chupacabraj"

2012 MTV Video Music Awards Host TV special

2013–2016 Real Husbands of Hollywood Himself Also co-creator, writer, executive producer

2013 Second Generation Wayans Episode: "The Arrival"

2013–2017 Saturday Night Live Host 3 episodes

2015 Comedy Central Roast
Comedy Central Roast
of Justin Bieber TV special

Year Song Artist Role

2004 "Lean Back" Terror Squad featuring Fat Joe
Fat Joe
and Remy Ma Himself

2011 "Booty Wurk (One Cheek at a Time)" T-Pain

2016 "Push it On Me" Trey Songz Chocolate Droppa

Discography

Seriously Funny (2010) Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain (Soundtrack) (2013) Kevin Hart: What Now? (The Mixtape Presents Chocolate Droppa) (2016) Kevin Hart: What Now? The Comedy Album (2017)

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result

2004 Teen Choice Award Choice Breakout TV Star – Male The Big House Nominated

2005 BET Comedy Award[citation needed] Platinum Mic Viewers' Choice Nominated

2012 BET Award Best Actor Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain Won

Teen Choice Award Choice Movie: Male Scene Stealer Think Like a Man Nominated

Teen Choice Award Choice Movie Hissy Fit Think Like a Man Nominated

2014 BET Award Best Actor Ride Along, Real Husbands of Hollywood, About Last Night Nominated

NAACP Image Award Outstanding Comedy Series Real Husbands of Hollywood Won

NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series Real Husbands of Hollywood Won

NAACP Image Award Entertainer of the Year Won

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award Favorite Funny Star Won

MTV Movie Award Best Comedic Performance Ride Along Nominated

MTV Movie Award Best On-Screen Duo (with Ice Cube) Ride Along Nominated

Acalpulco Black Film Festival Artist of the Year Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, This Is the End, Grudge Match Won

Teen Choice Award Choice TV: Reality Show Real Husbands of Hollywood Nominated

Teen Choice Award Choice Movie Actor: Comedy Ride Along Won

Teen Choice Award Choice Movie: Chemistry (with Ice Cube) Ride Along Nominated

Teen Choice Award Choice Movie: Hissy Fit Ride Along Nominated

Teen Choice Award Choice Comedian Won

2015 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Comedy Series Real Husbands of Hollywood Nominated

NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series Real Husbands of Hollywood Nominated

MTV Movie Award Best Comedic Performance The Wedding Ringer Nominated

MTV Movie Award Comedic Genius Award Won

BET Award] Best Actor The Wedding Ringer Nominated

Teen Choice Award Choice Comedian Nominated

2016 Billboard Touring Awards Top Comedy Tour Won

People's Choice Awards Favorite Comedic Movie Actor The Wedding Ringer Won

Favorite Cable TV Actor Real Husbands of Hollywood Won

2017 Favorite Comedic Movie Actor Central Intelligence Won

Favorite Animated Movie Voice The Secret Life Of Pets as Snowball Nominated

Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie Nominated

Favorite Villain Won

Most Wanted Pet Won

Best Friends Forever (shared with Dwayne Johnson) Central Intelligence Won

Best Friends Forever (shared with Ice Cube) Ride Along 2 Nominated

2018 Grammy Awards Best Comedy Album Kevin Hart: What Now? Nominated

Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actor Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Pending

References

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