When I originally saw Chris Rock in front of an audience at the 2005 and the 2016 Academy Awards as the host, I was somewhat distrustful whether he could deliver true to form infront of the crowd.
After he first came in with an entertaining prologue to the Awards ceremony, I heaved sigh of relief, because, he ‘nailed’ it.
From that minute, Rock made the event a vivacious one, making him perhaps the best host of the all around recognized awards. Since his first comical introduction to both the 2005 and 2016 Academy Awards, he has been extremely ‘solid’ in the satire business.
Obviously he had begun doing comedy in 1993 by featuring in a hip-hop satire CB4, before hosting the Academy’s and other awards. But when he steps onto these large stages, he splits the ribs of the crowd.
Chris Rock, who was discovered by Eddie Murphy (a great comedian by all standards) at New York’s Comedy Strip, has found real success including winning several awards like four Emmy’s and three Grammy’s.
He also won Best Comedy Album ‘Never Scared’ at the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards in 1999, Best Spoken Comedy Album ‘Greater And Blacker’ at the 40th Annual Grammy Awards in 1997, plus numerous other selections.
The Stand-Up Comedian’s triumphs includes two Emmy award winning HBO specials, three Grammy Award winning satire collections and the famous sitcom ‘Everyone Hates Chris’.
The 55 year old is generally noted for his raw humor and has no issues about creating fun of all genders and races. His uninhibited nature has earned him so much respect just as discussion from both white and minority communities.
Just when people were feeling the loss of his stage acts, Chris Rock, signed an agreement with Netflix (the film streaming giants), and came back to the phase for the 2018 arrival of Tamborine. In fact, it was an incredible time seeing Chris Rock doing what he adores most.
That equivalent year, he rejoined ‘Sandler for the satire The Week Of (2018)’, and furthermore rejoined with his venerated idol, Eddie Murphy for an appearance in ‘Dolemite Is My Name (2019)’.
When he started hosting his own TV show in 1997 named ‘The Chris Rock Show’, he was so stunning in front of an audience that, the show earned him two CableACE awards.
One entrancing thing about Chris Rock is his fat smile. Truth be told, when he moves on to the stage, he impeccably ‘nails’ it. He always becomes outlandishly enormous for his innocent face. And he’s essentially Amazing, amusing, and a courageous humorist.
During his stage performance, whenever he says something pleasant, it is a snare. You’re being calmed into a misguided feeling of consideration since sometime somebody will get hurt.
Chris Rock is known to be one of the most interesting, and sharpest professional comic actors on the planet. His satire analyzes the cracked connection between black and white Americans, which is the reason he is so frequently compared with Richard Pryor (another super talented satirist).
People think his comedy scrutinises Black America while as yet figuring out how to make it chuckle. And his jokes are social editorial.
The entertainer has won huge number of comic honors and still counting. In the mean time, Chris Rock thinks there is so much racism in Hollywood but believes things are gradually changing now.
Furthermore, if it changes, this will permit more black jokesters perform more in front of the audience.