Kevin Hart Biography, NetWorth, Albums and Tours

Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart is a comedian and actor who rose to prominence as a stand-up comedy before going on to star in films such as Jumanji, About Last Night, Think Like a Man, and others.

Early Years and Professional Career

Kevin Hart was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on July 6, 1979. Hart was reared by his mother as the youngest of two boys.Hart relocated to New York City after graduating from high school, and then to Brockton, Massachusetts.

But it was while working as a shoe salesman in his hometown of Philadelphia that Hart’s stand-up career took off.
Hart began performing under his own name and crafting material based on real-life events with the help of Keith Robinson, a veteran comedian who mentored the younger comic.

Stand-Up Stardom, Albums and Tours

When Kevin Hart’s stand-up career took off, ABC gave him his own comedy, The Big House. On the show, Hart played himself, a successful young man who is forced to leave his Hawaii house and move in with some distant relatives in Philadelphia after becoming embroiled in an embezzlement scam.

Hart became a full-fledged star during his 2011 Laugh at My Pain tour, which was converted into a concert documentary.

Hart, as the title suggests, dug deep into his own personal history for material, from his mother’s cancer death to his family’s weird conduct.

His slogan, “All right, all right, all right,” became a popular catchphrase among audiences. Laugh at My Pain toured 90 cities and earned $15 million, making it one of the most successful comedy tours of the year.

Movies

Kevin Hart’s filmography includes Paper Soldiers (2002), The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2004), Soul Plane (2004), Little Fockers (2010), and The Five-Year Engagement (2010), among others (2011). Hart was one of the top comedic actors on the big screen by the time of Ride Along (2014), a buddy-cop comedy starring Ice Cube that spawned a 2016 sequel.

Car Accident

Kevin Hart was engaged in a car accident in Calabasas, California, early on September 1, 2019.

The comedian was a passenger in his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda when the driver, Jared Black, lost control on the notoriously treacherous Mulholland Highway, throwing the car off the road and down an embankment, according to sources.

Both were taken to local hospitals for treatment, with Hart having to undergo emergency back surgery.