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Dave Chappelle, the successful comic who left his own comedy sketch show, The Chappelle Show, on Comedy Central in 2005, leaving behind a reported $50 million contract after personal disputes with producers, is back. Or rather, has more scheduled this summer than he has since he retreated to a more private lifestyle. Contrary to popular belief, Chappelle never really left the comedy scene, he just popped up at places like The Comedy Cellar in New York when he felt like performing stand-up, his true passion (he didn't enjoy comedy sketches, one of the reasons he was unhappy with his show). Since leaving the show he has lived privately, and very quietly with his wife and three children in the midwest. He has occasionally performed live in New York as well as in Los Angeles, at the Laugh Factory on the Sunset Strip, always on short notice and frequently on the spur-of-the-moment.
Dave moved to New York after graduating from Duke Ellington's School for the Arts in Washington, D.C. to begin his career in comedy. He bombed once at the famed Apollo Theater on "Amateur Night" but quickly made a name for himself around the city. He also began acting, landing his first role in Robin Hood: Men In Tights. Fun fact: Dave turned down the role of Benjamin Buford "Bubba" Blue in Forrest Gump because he was afraid the movie would be a flop! He went on to roles in The Nutty Professor and ConAir, among others, but his true break-out role was in the 1998 movie Half-Baked. Chappelle is also a screenwriter and television/film producer. Chappelle’s comedy appeals to a wide array of fans, with his laid-back, deadpan jokes covering hot topics from race to politics. His quirky, slow delivery often leads to bursts of energy that are spot-on to the joke and, well, really funny.
Dave Chappelle is a comedian no one should miss seeing! With so few shows on his current tours tickets will be difficult to find, but American Tickets will have what you need to see him live...and find yourself rolling in the aisles!