Dave Chappelle managed to address the controversy surrounding last year’s standup specials, and ignite a new one all at once. The comedian’s latest Netflix standup offers a measured response to jokes about Caitlyn Jenner and the transgender community, though a subsequent special sees Chappelle questioning both the #MeToo movement and fellow comedian Louis C.K.’s accusers.
Excited though we were for a new Dave Chappelle special next week, Equanimity marked the last of his new Netflix material. Well, not anymore! A new trailer confirms that a fourth special will also be released in tandem with the New Year’s Eve debut.
Comedian Dave Chappelle recently gave an interview with CBS This Morning and discussed a bunch of topics, including why he left Chappelle's Show and some hurt feelings because of the success of Key and Peele.
Benedict Cumberbatch may make for a Strange SNL host this weekend, but as everyone knows, next week might be the most in need of some levity. Thankfully, Dave Chappelle will answer that call in a rare TV appearance, hosting the followup outing with an equally exciting musical guest.
Just announced today (February 26) Dave Chappelle will be coming to Grand Rapids' DeVos Performance Hall for one night only this coming Monday, February 29 at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale Saturday, February 27 at 10 a.m.
From 2003 to 2006, Dave Chappelle's show on Comedy Central was an absolute hit.
It was a sketch comedy show featuring Chappelle, as well as many other comedians and guest stars. Then, while shooting the third season, Chappelle abruptly left the show and pretty much disappeared from the public eye.