Louis C.K.'s Career Achievements And His Life After Sexual Misconduct Accusations
The gifted comedian Louis C. K. is loved by many for his astonishing sense of humor. The One Night Stand star has been in the entertainment industry for three decades now, earning quite a hefty sum.
Everyone looked up to C.K. as one of the reputed comedians until his dirty deeds were uncovered. He was accused by many women of sexually abuse after which the award-winning comedian's reputation just went down the drain. Let's look into his lifestyle before and after the allegations.
Louis C. K.'s Career and Achievements
Soon after his graduation, CK decided to pursue a career as a comedian. In the beginning, he played minor roles in local channels. Later he performed on several stand-ups comedy before joining Saturday Night Live.
The comedian then got his breakthrough role from the HBO stand-up series One Night Stand in 2005. Following the success, he created his own television sitcom Lucky Louise in 2006. The show is a realistic portrayal of an average working-class family.
Throughout his career, the actor worked on several television shows including; Late Night With Conan O'Brien (1993-1994), The Dena Carvey Show (1996), Cedric the Entertainer Presents (2002-2003), Better Things (2016-2017), and many others.
C.K also worked on many movies such as; Pootie Tang (2001), The Invention of Lying (2009), I Love You Daddy (2017) and more.
For his amazing acting skills, the comedian won several awards including Emmy Awards, Satellite Awards, The Comedy Awards, Critics' Choice Awards, and many others. From his marvelous career, the comedian accumulated an impressive net worth $25 million.
Louis C. K.'s Controversial Personal Life
Amid of his successful career, the comedian was accused of sexual misconduct by several women including; Dana Goodman, Julia Wolov, and Rebecca Corry. The comedian was alleged of masturbating without consent in front of females.
C.K's flourishing career took downfall when he confirmed that the series of sexual misconduct allegations were true. He was ousted from several of his projects.
Following the statement, he was soon neglected by several media house and television channel. His movie I Love You, Daddy rejected by the distributor The Orchard and his co-stars refused to promote the movie.
Making things worse for the comedian, FX Networks, and Netflix cut ties with C.K canceling their projects. Illumination Entertainment concluded their relationship with the actor and replaced Patton Oswalt in the sequel of The Secret Life of Pets. The Disney also fired C.K from the television series Gravity Falls.
Following all the drama, the gifted comedian is maintaining a low-key personal life. As of now, C.K is not on any social media accounts which makes difficult for his fans to connect with the actor.
Louis C. K.: Quick Facts
- Born on 12 September 1967 in Washington D. C.
- His nickname is Louie.
- His parents are Mary Louise and Luis Szekely.
- His star sign in Virgo.
- He stands at 6 feet (1.82 m).
- He has citizenships of the United States and Mexico.
- Previously Louise was married to Alix Bailey. The two shares two children; Kitty Szekely and Mary Louise Szekely.