Louis C.K. - Bio, Net Worth, Personal Details, Affairs, Wife, Age, Facts, Comedy, Comedy Cellar, Sexual, News, Family, Career, Tour,Comeback
One of the Mexican-American stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and filmmaker is Louis A. Szekely is known as Louis C.K. He is known for his use of observational, self-deprecating, dark, and shock humor. In 2012, C.K. won a Peabody Award and has received six Primetime Emmy Awards. He has won the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album twice. He is ranked fourth on its 2017 list of the 50 best stand-up comics of all time.
C.K’s Early Life
Louis C.K.’s real name is Louis A. Szekely. He is born on 12 September 1967 at Washington D.C. He is born to Mary Louise who is the software engineer and Luis Szekely who is an economist. He has three sisters. His first language was Spanish. He began to learn English when he was seven. He attended Newton North High School and graduated in 1985. After graduation, he worked as an auto mechanic and at a public access TV cable station in Boston. He also worked as the cook and also in the video store.
C.K. Body Features
C.K. height is 1.83 m and weight is 82 kg. His eye color is dark brown and he has light brown color hair. Overall he has the balanced and healthy body.
- In 1984, he directed the comedic short film named 'Trash Day'. he was seventeen at that time.
- As a stand-up comedian, his first attempt was in 1985 at a comedy club maned 'open mic' night in Boston, Massachusetts.
- He performed his act on many televised programs, including Evening at the Improve and Star Search.
- His short film Ice Cream which was made in 1993 was submitted to the Aspen Shorts fest in 1994.
- From 1993 to 1994, he did writing job was for Conan O'Brien on the late-night talk show named 'Late Night with Conan O'Brien'.
- In 1995, he did writing for the show named 'Late Show with David Letterman'.
- In 1996, he served as the head writer for the show named 'The Dana Carvey Show'.
- From 1997 to 1999, he wrote for The Chris Rock Show.
- In 1998, C.K. wrote and directed the independent black-and-white film named 'Tomorrow Night'.
- In 1999, he hosted the PBS show Shortcuts. He also devised and starred in a show named 'The Filthy Stupid Talent Show'.
- in 2000, he had an early acting role in the independent comedy Tuna and performed on the stand-up showcase series named 'Comedy Central Presents'.
- In 2001, he wrote and directed the feature film 'Pootie Tang'.
- He has co-written two screenplays with Rock named 'Down to Earth' in 2001 and 'I Think I Love My Wife' in 2007.
- In 2001, his first comedy album named 'Live in Houston' was released.
- In 2002, he voiced Brendon Small's estranged father as Andrew Small in the animated sitcom 'Home Movies'.
- From 2002-2003, he was among the writing staff of the sketch comedy show named 'Cedric the Entertainer Presents'.
- In 2005, he starred in stand-up series ‘One Night Stand’.
- In 2006, he starred and wrote ‘Lucky Louie’.
- In 2007, he launched his first hour-long special show as 'Shameless'.
- In 2008, he appeared in three films as Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, Diminished Capacity, and Role Models.
- In 2009, he recorded a concert film titled ‘Hilarious’. He co-starred in the romantic comedy fantasy film named 'The Invention of Lying'. He also edited, wrote and directed the series ‘Louie’.
- From 2009 to 2012, he played as Dave Sanderson in the sitcom named 'Parks and Recreation'.
- In 2011, he released his fourth full-length special show ‘Live at the Beacon Theater’.
- On 3 November 2012, he hosted ‘Saturday Night Live’.
- In 2013, he played the romantic interest of Sally Hawkins' character in the film named ‘Blue Jasmine’.
- In 2014, he self-released 'Tomorrow Night'.
- In 2015, he co-starred in the biographical drama film ‘Trumbo’ as a composite character.
- In 2016, he released the first episode of the tragicomic drama series ‘Horace and Pete’ to his website.
- He voiced the lead role as Max in the animated comedy film 'The Secret Life of Pets' which was released on 8 July 2016.
- He filmed '2017' in Washington D.C. and released on April 4, 2017, through the streaming service Netflix.
- In 2017, he directed the film named 'I Love You, Daddy' in secret.
- On 26 August, he made an announcement that he would appear on the show ‘Comedy Cellar’ in Manhattan, New York.
The New York Times published the report that revealed sexual harassment allegations by five women against C.K. The allegations were given by comedian Rebecca Corry, comedy duo Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov, manager Dave Becky and comedian Abby Schachner. Due to the scandals, he apparently was dropped by HBO on an upcoming ‘Night of Too Many Star’. TBS suspended production and eventually scrapped its animated series ‘The Cops’. Illuminations Entertainment terminated their relationship with him. The Disney Channel also removed him from reruns of Gravity Falls.
C.K. Personal Life
C.K. is the married man. He married to artist Alix Bailey married in 1995. Together, they had two daughters. But the couple divorced in 2008.
C.K.’s net worth is estimated to be $25 million.