Katt Williams Biography
Katt Williams is an American actor, rapper, singer and comedian born on 2nd September 1971 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He grew up in a socially and politically charged family, where his mother was the former member of the Black Panther Party. Katt attended Chaminade Julienne Catholic High Scholl and Colonel White High School. Willams holds American Nationality and belongs to black ethnicity. He did the voice acting in the famous video game Grand Theft Auto IV.
Katt escaped from home and was homeless for several years in order to pursuit career as a comedian. He used to live in the park, sold magazines & books door to door and also used to rob radio from cars. When William was underage, he did his first live stand-up comedy in improvisation bar which was really well-received by the audience. Later he became improved comedian at The Comedy Club, The Icehouse and also appeared in BET Network shows Comic View, Rip the Runway, Black Carpet, 106th & Park, The Bet Awards and Bet Comedy Awards.
Katt Williams got his first professional success after making an appearance on TV show “NYPD Blue”, “The Tracy Morgan Show”, “My Wife and Kids”, “The Boondocks” and others. He debuted in Movie “Friday after Next” and soon performed in “Rebound”, “Epic Movie”, “The Perfect Holiday”, “Marshals”, “Norbit” and much more. Katt also hosts in 1St Annual Bet Hip Hop Award Shows and received Cedric the Entertainer Anheiser-Busch Best Los Angeles Comics Award. He had performed stand-up comedy shows around the globe though half a dozen of his shows was canceled due to his legal problems.
Besides his career he got arrested several times, he was arrested for allegedly broken into the house and rubbing jewelry once, he also got arrested for following an altercation with three fans and also for riding the three-wheeled motorbike in downtown.
Katt Williams got married to his girlfriend Quadirah Locus and became the happy father of Micah but the couple got divorced in 1995. He after his saperation with Locus, adopted seven more children and became the father of eight kids. The well-known Hollywood bad ass earned his big chunk of an amount from the tour and different comedy shows which add up to hisn recent estimated net worth of around U.S $ 20 Million.
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio
Katt Williams was born on 2nd September 1971 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He grew up in a socially and politically charged family, where his mother was the former member of the Black Panther Party. Willams holds American Nationality and belongs to black ethnicity.Edit
Married to Quadirah Locus
Katt Williams got married to his girlfriend Quadirah Locus in 1995, after dating her for several months. Later they give birth to their son Micah. After spending couples of year their relation went cold and have divorceEdit
In 1999 stand-up comedian Katt Williams became a presence at The Improv, The Comedy Club, The Icehouse and in many others. He even had his own room at The Hollywood Park Casino where he had a large, loyal following.Edit
Won Best Lost Angeles Comics Award
Katt Williams is able to win hearts of several people by which in the summer of 2001, the great comedian Katt Williams was awarded "Cedric the Entertainer Anheiser-Busch Best Lost Angeles Comics Award".Edit
Debut on NYPD Blue.
Williams made his acting debut on NYPD Blue. He gained notoriety on Wild 'n Out, in which he appeared for several seasons. Williams also appeared in the official music video for Wild 'n Out colleague Nick Cannon's single 'Gigolo' in 2003.Edit
Down fall of his career with An Arrest
Williams was arrested at Ls Angeles International Airport after a stolen gun was found in his briefcase and was sentenced to three years probation, ordered to pay restitution, and was given credit for the three days he spent in jailEdit
Down fall of his career with An Arrest
Williams was arrested in Fulton County, Georgia, on a charge of second-degree criminal damage to property, after having turned himself in on a warrant for failing to appear in court for the April 27 incident. This new arrest involved a February 28, 2016, allegation that the comedian threw a man's cellphoneEdit