Katt Williams is a comedian, actor and rapper whose off-stage controversies have often garner as much attention as his on-stage accomplishments. His credits include the films Rebound, Epic Movie and Friday After Next, and the TV series NYPD Blue and Wild n’ Out.


Born in 1973 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Katt Williams is a comedian and actor who has appeared in films such as Rebound (2005), Epic Movie (2007) and Norbit (2007). His most famous role was in the 2002 film Friday After Next, in which he played “Money Mike.” He has also appeared on various television series, including NYPD Blue, The Tracy Morgan Show and the MTV improv program Wild n’ Out.

Early Life

Born Micah Sierra Williams on September 2, 1973, Katt Williams is a comedian, actor and rapper whose off-stage controversies have at times garnered as much attention as his on-stage accomplishments. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, but raised in Dayton, Williams emancipated himself from his parents at the age of 13, moved to Florida, and supported himself as a street vendor. His first stand-up performance came in his teens, when he thrilled the crowd with a five-minute improv routine.

Encouraged by his early success, Williams honed his unique comic delivery by performing his routine in clubs nationwide, from Oklahoma to Oakland, California. By 1999, Katt had become an established comic, appearing on stage at the likes of The Improv, The Comedy Club, The Icehouse and The Hollywood Park Casino.

Professional Success

Katt Williams made a guest appearance on television’s NYPD Blue in 2002, followed by roles on The Tracy Morgan Show, My Wife and Kids, The Boondocks and various other TV series. He gained notoriety on the MTV improv show Wild n’ Out, on which he appeared for three seasons.

Williams’s film debut came in 2002, when he performed in his most famous role to date, as “Money Mike” in Friday After Next—and subsequently earned the moniker for his side career as a rap artist. Other film credits include performances in Rebound (2005), Epic Movie (2007) and Norbit (2007).

Along with his TV and film appearances, Katt Williams has continued to perform stand-up around the country, though nearly half a dozen of his shows were canceled in late 2012, amidst a flurry of legal problems.

Controversy and Criminal Record

In December 2012, Williams was arrested outside a bar in Seattle, Washington, following an altercation with three fans. Shortly after the incident, he announced on a local news broadcast that he was retiring from stand-up comedy, but retracted his statement a few days later.

A warrant for Williams’s arrest was issued in January 2013, stemming from a November 2012 incident during which the comedian was reportedly chased by police officers while riding a three-wheeled motorbike in downtown Sacramento, California.

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Ed Sheeran was born in February 1991 in Halifax, England. He began playing guitar at a young age and soon after started writing his own songs. When he was just a teenager, he moved to London to pursue his music, and his outpouring of creativity added up to several early EPs and hundreds of live shows. Getting a lot of attention with his online performances, Sheeran hit No. 1 on the iTunes chart before he ever signed with a record label. Since signing with Atlantic, Sheeran has sold millions of records and has had a song appear in the second installment of The Hobbit trilogy.

Early Years

Ed Sheeran was born on February 17, 1991, in Halifax, West Yorkshire, in the United Kingdom. When he was young, he began playing guitar, showing early promise as a musical talent. When he was 11, Sheeran met singer-songwriter Damien Rice backstage at one of Rice’s shows, and the young musician found added inspiration. As the story goes, Rice told Sheeran to write his own music, and Sheeran set out the next day to do just that.

It wasn’t long before Sheeran was recording CDs and selling them, and he soon put together his first official EP, The Orange Room. With that accomplishment and his abiding ambition driving him, at only 14 years of age, Sheeran headed to London for the summer. Thinking he could find gigs on the big city, Sheeran left home with his guitar and a backpack full of clothes, and his musical career took flight.


Once in London, Sheeran got busy recording and playing the local singer-songwriter circuit and quickly released two albums: a self-titled record in 2006 and Want Some? in 2007. He also began opening for more established acts, such as Nizlopi, the Noisettes and Jay Sean, and released another EP, You Need Me, in 2009, a year that found Sheeran playing more than 300 live shows.

It wasn’t until 2010 that Sheeran made the leap to the next level in his career, and it came via online media, a route Sheeran had learned to use with great effectiveness. When a video he posted online got the attention of Example, a rapper, Sheeran was asked to go on the road with him as his opening act. This led to an even larger online fan base and inspiration for many more songs, which ended up filling three new EPs, all in 2010.

The Next Level

When Sheeran headed to the U.S. that year, he found a new fan in Jamie Foxx, who asked Sheeran to appear on his Sirius radio show. Soon after, in January 2011, Sheeran released yet another EP, his last as an independent artist. Without any promotion, the record reached No. 2 on the iTunes chart, and he signed on with Atlantic Records that same month.

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