91 Facts About Dave Chappelle

1. Dave Chappelle infamously told a 2004 stand-up crowd that they were "stupid" for shouting "I'm Rick James, b*tch" when he was trying to perform, and told them that the show was ruining his life.

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2. About the cover Dave Chappelle mused, "That's a Prince Judo move right there.

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3. Dave Chappelle infamously told a 2004 stand-up crowd that they were "stupid" for shouting "I'm Rick James, b*tch" when he was trying to perform, and told them that the show was ruining his life.

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4. About the cover Dave Chappelle mused, "That's a Prince Judo move right there.

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5. Dave Chappelle infamously told a 2004 stand-up crowd that they were "stupid" for shouting "I'm Rick James, b*tch" when he was trying to perform, and told them that the show was ruining his life.

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6. About the cover Dave Chappelle mused, "That's a Prince Judo move right there.

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7. Dave Chappelle was watching a special on Hefner in which musicians and comedians performed for The Hef and his Playboy Bunnies.

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8. Dave Chappelle infamously told a 2004 stand-up crowd that they were "stupid" for shouting "I'm Rick James, b*tch" when he was trying to perform, and told them that the show was ruining his life.

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9. Dave Chappelle infamously told a 2004 stand-up crowd that they were "stupid" for shouting "I'm Rick James, b*tch" when he was trying to perform, and told them that the show was ruining his life.

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10. Dave Chappelle is pretty active on social media such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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11. Dave Chappelle has a height of 5 ft 11 inches and his weight is unknown.

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12. Dave Chappelle began his acting career as a theatre actor in the famous Apollo Theatre.

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13. Dave Chappelle is a stand-up comedian and actor from America.

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14. Dave Chappelle had better luck in films, beginning with roles in comedies like Robin Hood: Men in Tights in 1993 and Eddie Murphy's box-office hit of 1996, The Nutty Professor.

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15. Dave Chappelle was referring to television comedian Bill Cosby and the fictional Brooklyn family of Cosby's immensely successful 1980s NBC sitcom, The CosbyShow.

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16. Dave Chappelle was born in 1973, in Washington, DC, and grew up in one of the tougher areas of the nation's capital.

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17. Dave Chappelle hosts the ferocious sketch-comedy series Chappelle's Show on cable's Comedy Central Network.

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18. Dave Chappelle continued to write and perform in films as well as on stage.

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19. Dave Chappelle had dabbled in developing television pilots beginning in the early 1990s.

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20. In 1993 Dave Chappelle landed his first film role: the Mel Brooks comedy Robin Hood: Men in Tights.

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21. Dave Chappelle was only 14 when he first performed his standup comedy act in public venues in Washington.

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22. Dave Chappelle costarred in the short-lived situation comedy Buddies and had small roles in the films The Nutty Professor and Con Air (1997).

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23. Dave Chappelle participated in box office hits such as Blue Streak, Con Air and The Nutty Professor.

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24. Dave Chappelle was born on 24th August 1973 as David Khari Webber Chappelle.

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25. Dave Chappelle will be paid $60 million, $20 million for each of the three specials.

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26. Dave Chappelle has never publicly spoken anything about how he met his wife.

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27. Dave Chappelle has time and again spoke of his attachment with Ohio.

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28. Dave Chappelle converted to Islam in 1998 and his wife is of a different religion although we don't know what the religion is.

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29. Dave Chappelle had introduced the public to a new genre of comedy.

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30. Dave Chappelle appeared on Oprah in 2006 and said he felt manipulated by those around him.

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31. Dave Chappelle infamously told a 2004 stand-up crowd that they were "stupid" for shouting "I'm Rick James, b*tch" when he was trying to perform, and told them that the show was ruining his life.

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32. Dave Chappelle called him the next day, which led to a famous sketch in which Brady shows off his dark side.

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33. Dave Chappelle headlined the Funny or Die Tour, beginning in Austin, Texas, on August 23, 2013.

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34. Dave Chappelle began to make his way into television, scoring the first of the many TV deals he would eventually be offered at age 18.

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35. Dave Chappelle decided to forgo college to start a stand-up career in New York City.

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36. Dave Chappelle began making appearances in films such as Robin Hood: Men In Tights and Half Baked in the mid-1990s.

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37. Dave Chappelle told Time in May 2005, "I don't normally talk about my religion publicly because I don't want people to associate me and my flaws with this beautiful thing.

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38. Dave Chappelle donated the Emmy to his former high school while filming an episode of Jerry Seinfeld's Netflix series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

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39. In 2015, Dave Chappelle appeared in the Spike Lee film Chi-Raq, his first film role in 13 years.

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40. Dave Chappelle appeared again on Inside the Actors Studio in 2013, for its 250th episode.

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41. Dave Chappelle wanted to donate half of the DVD sales to charity.

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42. Dave Chappelle said the rumors that he was in drug or psychiatric treatment only persuaded him to stay in South Africa.

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43. Dave Chappelle toured several cities in February and March 2006 to promote the film under the name "Block Party All-Stars Featuring Dave Chappelle".

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44. Dave Chappelle was the star and a producer of the Michel Gondry-directed documentary Dave Chappelle's Block Party, which chronicles his hosting a free concert in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn on September 18, 2004.

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45. Dave Chappelle promoted the work of other black comedians as well, most notably Paul Mooney and the late Charlie Murphy.

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46. In 2003, Dave Chappelle debuted his own weekly sketch comedy show on Comedy Central called Chappelle's Show.

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47. Dave Chappelle had a minor role in 1997's Con Air which made $26 million after production costs.

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48. Dave Chappelle attracted the attention of TV network executives and developed numerous pilots but none were picked up for development into a series.

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49. Dave Chappelle quickly made a name for himself on the New York comedy circuit, even performing in the city's parks.

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50. Dave Chappelle performed at Harlem's famed Apollo Theater in front of the infamous "Amateur Night" audience, but he was booed off stage.

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51. Dave Chappelle was featured in a montage of random people telling a joke in the first episode of ABC's America's Funniest People, airing on September 13 of 1990.

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52. Dave Chappelle got a colossal deal for the new season of his hit show.

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53. Dave Chappelle stepped into several of the couple's photos after meeting them at.

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54. Dave Chappelle brings the laughs, even when he doesn't say a word.

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55. Dave Chappelle might photobomb your engagement pics if you're polite and serve the country.

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56. Dave Chappelle campaigned for his longtime friend Ben Jealous, who lost a bid to be the governor of Maryland.

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57. Dave Chappelle took his support for Maryland governor hopeful Ben Jealous a step further—he appeared in interviews, participated in campaign events and even carried.

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58. Dave Chappelle is calling voters to get them to the polls for Maryland's Ben Jealous.

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59. Dave Chappelle confirmed two things when he was stopped by a reporter: That he doesn't watch the NFL, and he supports Colin Kaepernick.

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60. Dave Chappelle is doing his part to get people to the polls on Tuesday.

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61. Dave Chappelle supporting Ben Jealous by making personal phone calls to Maryland voters.

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62. Dave Chappelle wants to get Maryland voters to the polls for the midterm elections today.

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63. In 2018, Dave Chappelle returned to the big screen with a brief appearance in Bradley Cooper's directorial debut, a remake of A Star Is Born.

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64. On November 19, 2009 Dave Chappelle performed at the Laugh Factory again, where it was speculated that he would attempt to take back the record.

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65. In April 2007, Dave Chappelle set a stand-up endurance record at the Laugh Factory Sunset Strip comedy club, beating comedian Dane Cook's record of three hours and 50 minutes.

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66. Dave Chappelle said, "It was the first time I felt that someone was not laughing with me but laughing at me.

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67. Dave Chappelle said that he felt some of his sketches were "socially irresponsible".

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68. Dave Chappelle said on Inside the Actors Studio that the death of his father seven years prior influenced his decision to go to South Africa.

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69. In June 2005, Dave Chappelle performed impromptu stand-up shows in Los Angeles, then went on a tour that began in Newport, Kentucky, not far from his Ohio home.

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70. Early in his career, Dave Chappelle described he was called to perform after comedy vet Chris Thomas, who was so good that he, even though he was warned, totally bombed.

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71. The same year, Dave Chappelle was offered the role of Benjamin Buford "Bubba" Blue in Forrest Gump.

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72. Jon Stewart and Dave Chappelle recently made a trip to London for their joint comedy tour.

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73. Dave Chappelle says President Trump gets "too much credit" for America's current state of affairs when he's actually symptomatic of a bigger phenomenon the country is going through.

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74. Jon Stewart and Dave Chappelle recently sat down for an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour where they discussed a wide-range of topics, including the lead-up to Donald Trump's presidency, the current climate and they reflected on how their.

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75. Dave Chappelle jokes that despite election meddling, Russia didn't make us racist.

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76. Dave Chappelle denied that division in the United States is more acute than ever before, noting in a wide-ranging interview with CNN that the country has been grappling with systemic racism since before President Donald Trump took office.

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77. Dave Chappelle returned to his Washington, DC area roots to campaign on behalf of gubernatorial hopeful and Democratic Party member, Ben Jealous.

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78. Dave Chappelle says his backing of Maryland gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous is NOT a political Hollywood ploy 'cause he's just doing what he thinks is right.

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79. Dave Chappelle told Yellow Springs' residents in September 2006, "Turns out you don't need $50 million to live around these parts, just a nice smile and a kind way about you.

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80. Dave Chappelle has been praised by fellow comedians for his work.

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81. On November 12, 2016, Dave Chappelle made his hosting debut on Saturday Night Live, with A Tribe Called Quest as musical guest.

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82. In 2015, Dave Chappelle appeared in the Spike Lee film, Chi-Raq, his first film role in 13 years.

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83. In June 2014, Dave Chappelle made his first major New York City appearance in eleven years, performing ten nights at Radio City Music Hall.

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84. In the sketch, Dave Chappelle is wearing blackface and is dressed as a character in a minstrel show.

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85. Dave Chappelle was interviewed for Inside the Actors Studio on December 18, 2005, at Pace University's Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts.

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86. In December 1998, Dave Chappelle appeared as Tom Hanks' character's friend and confidant in You've Got Mail.

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87. Dave Chappelle played another supporting role in an early Doug Liman film, Getting In in 1994.

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88. Dave Chappelle moved to New York City to pursue a career as a comedian.

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89. Dave Chappelle was featured in a montage of random people telling a joke in the first episode of ABC's America's Funniest People, airing on September 13, 1990.

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90. Dave Chappelle received his first Emmy Award in 2017 for his guest appearance on Saturday Night Live.

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91. Dave Chappelle had a few things to get off his chest as it pertains to President Donald Trump.

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