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Born: July 3, 1980 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Profession:

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Kevin Hart is one of America's most popular comedians, but he didn't reach such a lofty status overnight. Using humor to get through a tough inner-city childhood, he later paid his dues in comedy clubs. After being cast by Judd Apatow for a few episodes of his short-lived cult-favorite TV show "Undeclared" (Fox, 2001-02), Hart began to pick up career momentum, with small parts in films such as the horror spoof "Scary Movie 3" (2003) soon giving way to bigger roles in feature comedies, including the unabashedly campy "Soul Plane" (2004). Turning up in more Apatow productions and other parody flicks (2008's "Superhero Movie"), Hart finally had a breakout performance in the hit ensemble romantic comedy "Think Like a Man" (2012). By this point, thanks largely to his legion of viral-video fans, his stand-up-comedy career followed suit, with his "Laugh at My Pain" tour and concert film proving to be a huge success that made him an undeniably bankable name.

Kevin Hart is one of America's most popular comedians, but he didn't reach such a lofty status overnight. Using humor to get through a tough inner-city childhood, he later paid his dues in comedy clubs. After being cast by Judd Apatow for a few episodes of his short-lived cult-favorite TV show "Undeclared" (Fox, 2001-02), Hart began to pick up career momentum, with small parts in films such as the horror spoof "Scary Movie 3" (2003) soon giving way to bigger roles in feature comedies, including the unabashedly campy "Soul Plane" (2004). Turning up in more Apatow productions and other parody flicks (2008's "Superhero Movie"), Hart finally had a breakout performance in the hit ensemble romantic comedy "Think Like a Man" (2012). By this point, thanks largely to his legion of viral-video fans, his stand-up-comedy career followed suit, with his "Laugh at My Pain" tour and concert film proving to be a huge success that made him an undeniably bankable name.

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 Get Hard (2015)
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 Ride Along (2014)
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 About Last Night (2014)
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 This Is the End (2013)
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 Grudge Match (2013)
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 Think Like a Man (2012)
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2001:
Co-starred with Jason Segel on a never-aired sitcom titled "North Hollywood," written and directed by Judd Apatow
2002:
Made TV debut on "Comic Groove" (Comedy Central)
2002:
Feature film debut, "Paper Soldiers"
2002:
Appeared on Fox's short-lived comedy "Undeclared," created by Apatow
2004:
Played supporting role opposite Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston in "Along Came Polly"
2005:
Cast in "The 40 Year Old Virgin," directed by Apatow and starring Steve Carell
2009:
Made executive producing debut with the stand-up special "Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man"
2010:
Delivered ratings hit with the Comedy Central special "Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny"
2010:
Cast alongside Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence in "Death at a Funeral"
2012:
Co-starred in the hit romantic comedy "Think Like a Man"
2013:
Created and starred in the mockumentary show "Real Husbands of Hollywood"
2013:
Released another high-profile comedy film, "Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain"
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