Cedric The Entertainer – Bio, Age, Life Style, And Net Worth
Cedric the Entertainer has established himself as one of the world’s best performers throughout his 30-year career. The performer and comic were celebrated with a superstar on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2018 July.
Cedric is presently appearing in the blockbuster TV comedy “The Last O.G.,” starring Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish, in addition to acting in and executive producing THE NEIGHBOURHOOD. He previously appeared in “The Comedy Get Down,” a mockumentary series based on events behind the scenes of the comedian’s popular stand-up tour of the same name, alongside George Lopez, D.L. Hughley, Eddie Gryphon, and the late Charlie Murphy.
Cedric co-created, executive produced, and starred in five seasons of “The Soul Man,” a comedy; “The Steve Harvey Show,” for which he received four consecutive NAACP Image Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy; the sketch comedy series “Cedric the Entertainer Presents”; and Disney’s animated “The Proud Family,” for which he received an NAACP Image Award. In accumulation, he delivered the 12th season of the syndicated round timetable “Who Likes to Be a Millionaire.” Cedric contacted Black Entertainment Television’s Richard Pryor Comic of the Year Award in 1994 for presenting “Def Comedy Jam” and “BET’s Comic View.”
“Cedric the Entertainer: Live from the Ville,” which was taped at Nashville’s famous Ryman Auditorium and broadcast on Netflix in 2016, and “Cedric the Entertainer: Taking You Higher,” which aired on HBO, are two of his comedy specials.
Cedric is likely best known in film for his crowd-pleasing performances in the popular “Barbershop” film franchise, as well as “The Original Kings of Comedy,” a Spike Lee-directed documentary on the record-breaking Kings of Comedy Tour. “Why Him?” with James Franco and Bryan Cranston; “Be Calm” with John Travolta; “Unbearable Cruelty” with George Clooney; the playful “Madagascar” and its two sequels; “Leading Five” with Chris Rock; “Larry Crowne” with Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts; “Cadillac Records” with Adri “A Haunted House” and its Seasons”A Haunted House 2″ with Marlon Wayans;
” with Tommy Lee Jones; “A Sequels of Heartbreaking Occasions” with Jim Carrey; “Dr. Dolittle 2” with Eddie Murphy; “Charlotte’s Web”; “Ice Age”; “Big Momma’s House”; and “Code Name: The Cleaner” with ELEMENTARY star Lucy Liu. Cedric received great recognition most recently for his portrayal in the drama “First Reformed,” starring Ethan Hawke and Amanda Seyfried.
Cedric developed and produced the feature film “Johnson Family Vacation,” in which he also starred, through his production business, A Bird and a Bear Entertainment. “Dance Fu,” starring Kel Mitchell, was his directorial debut in 2009.
Cedric made his Broadway debut in David Mamet’s “American Buffalo,” where he received critical acclaim. He also has a men’s designer hat line, Who Ced, which he started in 2011, as well as a comedic book titled Grown-A$$ Man.
Cedric, an ardent philanthropist, established the Cedric the Entertainer Charitable Foundation in his birthplace of St. Louis, Missouri, to give scholarships and outreach programs to improve the lives of inner-city youngsters and their families. His annual Cedric the Entertainer Celebrity Golf Classic benefits the Kyles Family Foundation, the Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade, and the Boys & Girls Club of Camarillo, all of which help inner-city and at-risk youngsters.
Cedric was born on April 24th. On Twitter, he’s @CedEntertainer, and on Instagram, he’s @cedtheentertainer.
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