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Chris Rock - Comedian

Updated: 2016-05-20T01:23:26.209-07:00


Chris Rock out of his comfort zone last spring


(image) Comedian Chris Rock out of his comfort zone last spring, his Broadway acting debut in Stephen Adly Guirgis’ The Motherf**ker With the Hat as ventured.

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Mates that the least Saturday Night Live Rock 1 October issue of the Great White Way! but could consider doing is thinking about other shows.

Jay Pharoah played Rock in a sketch that envisioned the standup king in Romeo and Juliet as well as the musicals Oliver! and Annie.

Comedian Chris Rock hit Gentlemen's Club in the rain


Comedian Chris Rock hit Gentlemen's Club in the rain.Chris Rock blew the stripper is $ 5,000. Chris Rock Atlanta's top strip clubs in the city was magical.According to Mediatakeout, " a number of girls who work there said that Chris blew about $5,000 . . . all on the same girl – a popular dancer named Diamond".According to one girl, Chris got consistent dances from her “for nearly two hours."Diamond posted on her twitter: "Shout out to Chris Rock for the love tonight! $$$"Chris Rock was billed by waving around a hundred and one by a girl about her. The establishment of the guests, Rock did not have any inappropriate contact with Diamond or any other strippers.[...]

Chris Rock is reportedly blew $ 5,000 on a stripper


(image) Comedian Chris Rock is reportedly blew $ 5,000 on a stripper.

Rock has been married with Malaak Compton-Rock for nearly 15 years.

"I Think I Love My Wife" was at Atlanta's top strip club called "Magic City." And had a lot of magic.

According to Mediatakeout, "According to a number of girls who work there, Chris blew about $5,000 . . . all on the same girl. A popular dancer named DIAMOND. According to one girl, Chris got consistent dances from her .. . for nearly two hours."

Chris Rock attacked Donald Trump


Donald trump yet a higher level of celebrity has earned the enmity.Are the example of this celebrity following Jerry Seinfeld and Robert DeNiro, comedian Chris Rock attacked Donald Trump and the Tea Party Republicans for questioning about where President Barack Obama was born.Speaking on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Rock suggested sarcastically trump Republican Party nomination and win the elections actually can get.Rock said, "He might win. He’s got enough ex-wives to vote for him." Rock also trump and spoiled, immature children compared Birthers."A child acts up the most before they go to sleep, the comic stated. “And when I see the Tea Party, these people marching and [saying] the president ain't from America, and I can't live in this country... I'm like, oh, they [are] acting up! They're getting ready to go to sleep…You literally think they are possessed by the devil. Then you turn your head for a second and they're out cold."[...]

Comidian Chris Rock launch Broadway show


Chris Rock Broadway show Thursday night, March 17, when his co-star Annabella Sciorra forgot his lines on stage came to a sudden stop.Chris makes his debut on the famed New York stage in Stephen Adly Guirgis' controversial new perform "The Motherf**ker With the Hat", opposite The "Hand That Rocks The Cradle" star Sciorra in her first Broadway turn. But view the show flat last week of March 20, when Sciorra forgot her words, and a production assistant to read this line was called. Sciorra with games left, and star studded audience, which included Oscar-winner Philip Seymour Hoffman will prove very costly mistake cast a standing ovation at the end was not giving, New York Post gossip column Page Six.[...]

Chris Rock shares felling about Blame Game to Kanye West


Chris Rock Comedian says he sometimes feature more than music, he praised the film's script.Kanye West's fifth studio album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy musical features adding are indie band Bon Iver, Black Eyed Peas' first lady Fergie, and the legendary Elton John. A case, however, as an unexpected surprise came on. Comedian Chris Rock 'and John Legend are among eight-minute track "accusations," and even sang a note.Rock told The New York, "I did that quicker than I read scripts that they offer me money to do. I thank [Kanye] so much it probably freaks him out. Especially at this late date, to get on something, the album of the moment, that stuff is priceless. You can't put a price tag on that."'Ye joins a list of artists who've reached out to Rock to make cameos on selected works. Ludacris' "Everybody Hates Chris" appropriately featured Rock, as did Ice Cube's "You Ain't Gotta Lie (Ta Kick It)," and works by Ol' Dirty Bastard and Biz Markie.Rock continued, "I feel invigorated by it. You'd be amazed at how many people want to work with you if you just ask, if you just make a call."Chris Rock is recently The Motherfucker With The Hat releasing on April 11.[...]

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Love 'Saved' Rock From Fight With Law


From a potential fight with JUDE LAW,comedian Chris Rock has been saved by COURTNEY LOVE.The actor was left unimpressed by the funnyman's gags at the 2005 Oscars.

At the Sherlock Holmes star fun poked by Chris Rock during the ceremony six years ago by joking he was in "every movie" at the time.

Comedian was then charged with law suit but has been save by Love.

Rock tells Esquire, "I was sitting with Courtney Love, and she might've saved me from a fight. I'm not going to say a**-whipping... But you never know - he's hanging out with Guy Ritchie. Those guys go at it. Those motherf**kers are in shape. So Jude Law might whip my a**, I don't know. Those guys bring out mats and sh*t... Nothing (happened). Courtney kind of barked, or was growling, and that was it."

Comedian Chris Rock as 'insane' Tea Party slams


Comedy actor Chris Rock in an Esquire magazine interview slams tea party, small children, who wear yourself out right before bed, a small government, anti-tax movement compare.Roch said, "When I see the Tea Party and all this stuff, it actually feels like racism's almost over. Because this is the last -- this is the act up before the sleep. They're going crazy. They're insane. You want to get rid of them -- and the next thing you know, they're f------ knocked out". Rock often politicians in both parties on the normal stand is jabbed. He has donated to Democratic politicians, adding Hillary Rodham Clinton's New York Senate campaign and the presidential races of John Kerry and Barack Obama.[...]

Did Chris Rock pressure the LAPD ?


LAPD haven’t given up the search for Biggie’s killer and Chris Rock will be happy to hear this.

The government must abhor rap considering they never investigate rappers’ murders joked by comedian Rock in 2004.

"… the U.S. government hates rap. You know why I say that? Because they don't arrest anybody that kills rappers. They don't got no clues, no suspects. They don't have shit when there's a dead rapper. They don't fill out a police report, they don't even have a chalk line when there's a dead rapper. Shit, if you want to get away with murder all you got to do is shoot somebody in the head and put a demo tape in their pocket ... ‘This is a rap killing, let's go home.’ ”

According to CNN, the agencies began to pursue leads again a couple of months ago upon discovering additional evidence and combining the efforts of the Los Angeles Police Department, L.A. County District Attorney’s Office and the FBI.

"I think I was getting too close to the truth," Poole said.

Poole points a finger at former police officer David Mack, who was sent to prison the same year Biggie was killed for robbing a bank. Mack was released from federal prison on May 14.

As to why the case wasn’t solved Poole said, "I think they feared the truth would be a scandal."

Chris Help Woman in Labor


A woman in labor at Neiman Marcus in the Garden State Plaza was helped by comedian Chris Rock.He helped out woman when she was water broke.The comedian instantly stepped in to help, using his comedy to keep the mommy-to-be calm.

“He was making the crowd and the woman in labor laugh,” a witness told “She recognized who he was immediately and he stayed there until the paramedics took her away.”

After the woman left in the ambulance,Chris was able to complete his Christmas shopping.There’s no word on how the new mom and baby are doing at this time.

Chris Rock shows his chivalry


Chris Rock, renowned to be one of the greatest comedians in the Hollywood industry, is a multi-talented personality with his exuberant skills as a screenwriter, director, television producer, film producer and an actor.

Rock who born in Andrews, South Carolina spend a very tough childhood time certainly not with the ‘white’ neighborhoods-particularly during his school days with racist bullying from white students.He jobs at various fast-food and restaurants and finally started his career as a comedian in 1984 in New York’s Catch a Rising Star.

Chris Rock is not only the great comedian of the industry but also a great human being from a heart as she recently at a New Jersey mall by helping a pregnant woman shopper in times of need when her water broke.Father of two girls, Rock certainly surprised the crowd and the mother-to-be with his chivalrous and witty timely act. Well, that adds another feather to his cap!

Chris Rock Roasts Oprah Winfrey


To honor some of the famous names in entertainment and media, including the one and only Oprah Winfrey at Kennedy Center on Tuesday nights.

During the honor comedian Chris Rock was called up on a stage to say a few words.Chris Rock commence with some jokes about the first couple,saying how great it was to be staring at "the most powerful person in the world, and then next to her, Barack Obama."

But he soon go to the good stuff: a game he likes to play called "Oprah's So Rich." He encouraged he audience to ask, "How rich is she?" before giving a few hilarious examples. For example,

"China owes her money!"

Chris Rock: Plays midwife to shopper


(image) American comedian Chris Rock performed midwife to an pregnant mother when she went into labour which started unexpextedly as she stepped off an escalator in the middle of a bustling shopping mall in New Jersey.

By comedy central, the comedian had voted the fifth greatest stand up of any time. He help to the woman by telling her joke until the instantly emergency services arrived.

According to the news an eyewitness told, 'He was making the crowd and the woman in labour laugh. She recognized who he was immediately and he stayed there until the paramedics took her away.'

Chris Rock: Helps Pregnant Woman Whos calm


(image) Chris Rock Comedian 45 years old was shopping at Neiman Marcus at the Garden State Plaza mall in New Jersey there he notification a pregnant lady, she suddenly went into a labour who's water was broke and just a few drop him feet away.

Reported Us magazine, "The Grown Ups star, who has two kids with wife Malaak, used his trademark humour to keep the woman -- and a crowd of concerned shoppers -- calm until an ambulance was called".

Seemly were also treated to some of his comedy routine. It is thought most people, including the pregnant lady, had recognised the star. A Source said, "He was making the crowd and the woman in labour laugh. She recognised who he was immediately and he stayed there until the paramedics took her away."

Chris Rock, Actors Set To Roast BET Exec Stephen Hill Next Week


Sean "Diddy" Combs will be among the celebrities who will "roast" BET executive Stephen Hill next week in New York as part of the annual Music and Entertainment Industry (MEI) Comedy Roast.

Combs will be joined by actors Chris Rock, Nick Cannon, Anthony Anderson, Mike Epps and actress Gabrielle Union, who will roast Hill, the popular executive in charge of BET's music and programming.

The comedic roast is set to take place during City of Hope's Fourth Annual Music and Entertainment Industry event (MEI). Hill is an honored City of Hope supporter.

“The complete bludgeoning of my ego during this roast is absolutely worth it for the support and attention that will be brought to City of Hope’s efforts," Stephen Hill told in a statement.

The annual MEI Comedy Roast has helped raise over $1.3 million dollars to benefit the City of Hope's research and care for patients with cancer and diabetes.

Previous celebrities who have been roasted include John Mellencamp, Fat Joe and legendary music executive Clive Davis.

This year's Celebrity Roast of Stephen Hill will take place at the Frederick P. Rose Hall Home of Jazz at the Lincoln Center, on December 9th.

Chris Rock 'Blames' Few Comedians on Rap Albums


Want to hear something funny?Well, don't look hear. We're all business today. But if you're in the mood to chuckle, try checking Kanye West's latest album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. On "Blame Game," a track featuring John Legend on the hook, another special guest makes an appearance: Chris Rock. After Kanye drops a couple verses about the aftermath of a relationship gone wrong (Hm ... are you listening, Amber?!), Rock drops some funny punchlines, adding an exclamation to Kanye's message of heartbreak.This particular tactic isn't new to the rap game. Rather than try and be funny themselves, there are plenty of rappers who have turned to comedians to appear on their albums in order to inject a comedy routine into the mix. In honor of Chris Rock's latest appearance—and in honor of the fact that he's also reportedly narrating Busta Rhymes's entire next album—RapFix gathered a group of 10 comedians who have appeared on rap albums in the past. No joke: these guys provided some of the best laugh tracks we've ever heard.The Comedian: Cedric the EntertainerThe Appearance: On Kanye West's 2004 debut, The College DropoutThe Result: Does 'Ye have a thing for comedians? Why, yes he does. (Hint: This isn't the only comedian to appear on a Kanye album on this list). Big Ced did his thing on the Chicago MC's album by playing the role of an administrator at a school. And, boy, do we wish we went to that school growing up.The Comedian: Dave ChappelleThe Appearance: On Reflection Eternal's 2000 album, Train of ThoughtThe Result: Yo, did you know that even Nelson Mandela was checking for Talib Kweli and DJ Hi-Tek back in 2000?!? Um, yeah. Sort of. The former Chappelle's Show host did a spot-on impression of the former South African impression in support of the guys. Good one, Dave.The Comedian: Katt WilliamsThe Appearance: On several Dipset-affiliated releasesThe Result: Once a full-fledged members of the Dips (yo, how come no one called him for the reunion?!), Katt's gone as far as releasing his own Gangsta Grillz mixtape with DJ Drama in 2007. No, we're not kidding.The Comedian: Tony RobertsThe Appearance: On Styles P's 2007 album, Super Gangster (Extraordinary Gentlemen)The Result: The former Def Comedy Jam and "ComicView" performer talked real greasy on a couple of skits from the Ghost's solo project—and ended up a ghost. Damn, Styles, you really don't know how to take a joke, do you? (just kidding, dude!)The Comedian: Mike EppsThe Appearance: On Gucci Mane's 2009 album, The State Vs. Radric DavisThe Result: Epps, who has also starred in several skits for Jim Jones, provided some commentary about how gangsta he was compared to Gucci Mane as he played the role of a character named "Toilet Bowl Shawty." Anything for a laugh!The Comedian: Kevin HartThe Appearance: On T.I.'s post-prison 2010 mixtape, F--- A MixtapeThe Result: Kevin Hart (aka K-Hart as he refers to himself here?) leaves Tip a less-than-encouraging voice mail. Earmuff the kids—this is one funny skit!The Comedian: Tracy MorganThe Appearance: On Ghostface, Method Man and Raekwon's 2010 album, Wu-MassacreThe Result: We're still not 100 percent sure how Morgan's skit titled "How To Pay Your Rent" fit into the grand scheme of things, but we did learn one thing: If you're looking for this comedian to pay your rent, you better think again. Straight comedy.The Comedian: Lil DuvalThe Appearance: On T.I.'s F--- A Mixtape ... mixtapeThe Result: K-Hart wasn't the only one to get some shine on Tip's comeback mixtape. Lil Duval also donated a couple of punchlines to the cause. Okay, we get it, fellas: F--- a mixtape!The Comedian: Bernie Mac, pl[...]

Chris Rock:Adam Sandler Bought Us All Maseratis


(image) Working with Adam Sandler has benefits:You might just find a Maserati in your driveway if you star in one of his movies, and it makes a ton of money,

That's what happened to Chris Rock after starring alongside Sandler in the comedy "Grown Ups."

"I went outside the other day and I had a new Maserati in the driveway," Rock told Howard Stern on his Sirius radio show, joking: "Now I think that I'm Adam Sandler's b---h."

Comedian Chris Rock Decided To Be At BroadWay


Chris Rock, stand-up comic superstar will make his Broadway debut in a new play about love and fidelity, come springtime 2011. This would be first time for comedian Chris Rock that he will be performing first time to a live audience on Broadway in New York City. This hollywood comic is popular known for his his contemporary political and relationship humor.

The Broadway play carries a title with an expletive. The actual title is called, “The Motherf**ker With the Hat.”.Don't take it as a fun as you will admit yourself when till you hear the title of this upcoming play.

Chris Rock will star in the ensemble of Stephen Adly Guirgis’new play alongside actors,Bobby Cannavale, Elizabeth Rodriguez,Annabella Sciorra and Yul Vazquez. The production, directed by Tony Award winner Anna D. Shapiro, will begin previews on March 22, 2011 at the Schoenfeld Theatre. The play will be a 14-week engagement.

The play centers on Jackie (Cannavale), a parolee who newly becomes sober, and his girlfriend instead is still hooked on drugs and alcohol. Rock will portray the AA sponsor to Jackie, (Cannavale’s character)

Chris Rock: Curses for charity fan


Los Angeles Celebrities for the sake of charity but ''Rush Hour'' star Chris Rock did the unthinkable, he indulged in a cursing brawl with a fan to raise money for a good cause. During the concert chris call to someone''s ex and curse him/her for dumping the person with the highest bid. Desiree young woman has won the bid and got on stage and asked Chris to curse out her ex-boyfriend, Desiree were still together. Once the call was connected, for about three minutes straight ''The Longest Yard'' star launched a expletive filled tirade at Jeff, who happens to be his fan. At the concert which was held to raise money for education programs for autistic children and adults, were Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Joel McHale and Sarah Silverman.

Chris Rock Comedian Calmer


Chris Rock claims he is much calmer now he is older because he has realised he doesn't have the ability to change the things that fill him with rage.
Chris Rock has calmed down as he has got older.
Comic the 45 year old - who has daughters Lola, eight, and Zahra six year old with wife Malaak Compton Rock used to be known for his vitriolic rants about political issues, but he has now curbed his anger because he knows he can't change things.
He said: "What intelligent being still has the same amount of anger 20 years later on?
"I'm angry about there are still things, don't get me wrong. But you calm down. And you realise you can't change most of that's going on. You realise you're just a man."
Chris admits he is content with his life, but doesn't think his happiness will stop his stage routines from being funny.
He added: "I'm a pretty happy guy. And I don't think that hinders me. If I had to go on tour next month I think I could come up with a pretty funny act."

Chris Rock Americanizes 'Death at a Funeral'


CHRIS ROCK doesn't view the world in black and white, especially when it comes to comedy.
"I come from the same line as Richard (Pryor), Eddie (Murphy) and (Bill) Cosby," says the veteran funnyman. "But I'm also a descendant of George Carlin and Rodney Dangerfield. When I was a kid, I didn't think of Rodney Dangerfield as a funny white guy. We just saw him as a funny guy."
The same goes for his movies. Rock doesn't see his remake of the 2007 British comedy "Death at a Funeral" as a "black" comedy. It's simply a comedy. If there's any label to be put on it, it's an American comedy, he says.

"When you define it as a 'black comedy,' it somehow lessens it, makes it smaller," he says. "I think we've made an American family comedy, even though it's rated R. It's got a big, great cast, black and white. All the people that aren't in a Tyler Perry movie right now are in this movie."
The 45-year-old saw the original "Death at a Funeral," directed by Frank Oz ("Bowfinger"), at an art house theater. He recalls the audience was fairly small -- maybe 12 people -- but they appeared to enjoy the irreverent comedy.
"People were laughing their (behinds) off," recalls Rock, "and to me that said: This is a pop movie. I just thought the jokes would work in America."
The comedian and actor figures he was probably the "only black man in America" who saw the movie, which earned a paltry $8.5 million at the box office in the United States. Savvy to the current enthusiasm for ensemble comedies like "Pineapple Express," "The Hangover" and "Valentine's Day," Rock saw potential in the source material.
"A lot of things are collaborations," observes the former "Saturday Night Live" cast member. "They're not doing a lot of one-guy comedies right now. I thought the fact that ('Death at a Funeral') had a lot of funny parts was perfect for me. I didn't want to have to carry the whole movie."
Rock's instincts were on target. He quickly got Sony Pictures on board, and he recruited filmmaker-playwright Neil LaBute, with whom he had collaborated on the 2000 dark comedy "Nurse Betty," to helm the remake.
He called up his old friend Martin Lawrence, who had opened for him on a stand-up gig years ago, to join the cast. He credits Lawrence as "the only comedian to blow me off the stage." Also joining the ensemble were "30 Rock" and fellow "SNL" alum Tracy Morgan, Danny Glover, Luke Wilson, Loretta Devine, Keith David, Regina Hall, James Marsden, Zoe Saldana and Peter Dinklage, who reprises the role he played in the original.
Rock worked with the original movie's writer, Dean Craig, on adapting the script to give it an American voice and sense of humor.

Chris Rock to Translate a French Movie


Funnyman CHRIS ROCK is set to translate another French movie for international audiences - he's planning a big budget remake of hit comedy LA PREMIERE ETOILE.

The film, about a black working class family who leave their home to tackle snobbery on the ski slopes, was a big hit in France and became the 10th highest grossing film in the country of 2009.

And now Rock has bought the rights to the picture, with plans to write a new English-language screenplay and produce the remake, according to

It will be the second French remake for Rock, who previously directed and starred in 2007's I Think I Love My Wife with Kerry Washington, based on 1972 French film, Chloe in the Afternoon, by late moviemaker Eric Rohmer.

A 'Merry' time with Chris Rock: Comedian wants 'Hannah Montana'


(image) Chris Rock, known for edgy comedy, says he got into DreamWorks' "Madagascar" franchise for the "Hannah Montana money."

"You know, you get in with the kids and that definitely can't hurt," Rock told reporters in a conference call.

Wednesday at 8, NBC will premiere "Merry Madagascar," a holiday cartoon based on the "Madagascar" films; it features favorites Alex (Ben Stiller), Marty (Rock), Melman (David Schwimmer) and Gloria (Jada Pinkett Smith).

After Santa (Carl Reiner) crash-lands on the island, it's up to the Central Park Zoo-sters to help deliver presents and save Christmas. Though their initial motive may have been a sleigh ride back to New York City, somewhere along the way, the four rediscover the magic of giving.
Rock says even though his Marty voice is different from his normal voice, kids still recognize him every time he opens his mouth. "The looks on their faces, it's like, 'Wow, I can't believe its him!'" said Rock. "They get very excited. And my youngest daughter, Zahra, is a bragger. She's very quick to tell people her daddy is Marty the zebra."

The billion dollar black 'good hair' industry to the Chris Rock


Emmy winning comedian to a Chris Rock , devoted husband and loving father --but this funnyman it's time to get to know a new side. Meet Chris Rock, hair expert.It's a detour he took after an innocent carpool ride left Rock with an idea he just couldn't shake."I was with my daughter one day, and we're in the car and she's with one of her friends in the back seat, a little white friend," he says. "She was just kind of raving about her friend's hair a little too much for my comfort [saying]: 'You've got great hair. Oh, your hair's so good.'"Not wanting to make her comments a big deal, Rock says he tried to play his them off. "[I said]: "Oh, baby, your hair's beautiful. Come on,'" he says. "If I would have really reacted, then she would have a complex about her hair."Still, Rock couldn't let it go. "It sparked something in me," he Oprah's hair throughout the years!What Rock discovered is a $9 billion industry that affects the daily activities, wallets, self esteem -- and even the sex lives -- of black women. Because women spend so much time and money on their hair, Rock says men are forced to adopt a hands off policy.If you've got a weave, your scalp's like a beat up highway--Chris Rock "You cannot touch a black woman's hair. You are conditioned not to even go there," he says. "When I was a dating guy, I dated women from different races. Anytime I was with an Asian or a Puerto Rican girl or a white girl, my hands would constantly be in their hair. Like my hands were thirsty."One of the first lessons Rock learned on this journey was that women do their hair for one another. "They say it's for the men, but it's actually for the women. Because guys don't care," he says. "There's no point in the history of the world where men were not sleeping with the women in front of them. We take what we can get."Actress Nia Long, who Rock interviews in the film, agrees. "There's always this sort of pressure within the black community like, if you have good hair, you're prettier or better than the brown skinned girl that wears the Afro or the dreads or the natural hairstyle," she Oprah's stylist reveals his hair secretsRock found the biggest moneymaker in the hair business to be weaves. Black women can spend six to eight hours getting their hair braided into tiny sections. Stylists then delicately attach tracks of hair -- which can be simple extensions or full wigs -- to the braids."If you've got a weave, your scalp's like a beat up highway," Rock jokes.Women who wear weaves stop by the salon for regular washes, conditioning and tightening, but the real expense lies with the hair itself. Rock says he was shocked to learn that regular women spend thousands of dollars on weaves -- and even put them on layaway."Janet Jackson spends $5,000 to go to the Grammys on her hair. I didn't know Kiki was spending $5,000 to go to AT&T and answer the phone," he says. "That was disturbing."Rock discovered the hottest hair on the market is found in India, where human hair is the number two export behind software. "This is some of the worst poverty in the world," he says. "I don't think [people] know they're walking around with $1,000 on their head."While in India, Rock witnessed a tonsuring ceremony at the Venkateswara Temple. Every year, more than 10 million people cut their hair off as an offering to the Hindu gods. "In India, hair is considered a vanity, and removing hair is [...]