Louis C.K. is one of the most honest and respected comedic voices of his generation, finding success in both television and film as well as the live stage. Currently he serves as executive producer, writer, director, and editor of Louie, which was nominated for four 2011 Emmys. He was recently honored as 2011 "Comedy Person of the Year" from the Just For Laughs Festival, won a 2011 Comedy Award for "Best Standup Special", and was recently nominated for five 2012 Comedy Awards.
As a filmmaker, Louis is best known for his cult classic Blaxploitation spoof, Pootie Tang, which he wrote and directed. His first feature film, Tomorrow Night, an independent film that he produced, wrote, and directed, premiered at The Sundance Film Festival in 1998. Louis has appeared in several films, including Dimished Capacity, Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, and The Invention of Lying, and has had a recurring role on the NBC series Parks & Recreation.
Please Note: This performance contains strong language and mature themes.
Performance Timing: 90 minutes, with no intermission.
TICKET NOTE: A limited number of tickets will go on sale at the Kennedy Center at Noon. on Friday, June 29. When tickets are sold out at the Kennedy Center, patrons should check the Louis C.K. Web site for more information and ticket availability.