Every Eddie Murphy and Dave Chappelle fan will remember Charlie Murphy; edgier stand-up comedian and source of the famous “True Hollywood Stories” that launched Chappelle’s Show into the stratosphere. Sadly, Charlie Murphy is no longer with us, having passed away at age 57.
Comedian Dave Chappelle recently gave an interview with CBS This Morning and discussed a bunch of topics, including why he left Chappelle's Show and some hurt feelings because of the success of Key and Peele.
From 2003 to 2006, Dave Chappelle's show on Comedy Central was an absolute hit. It was a sketch comedy show featuring Chappelle, as well as many other comedians and guest stars. Then, while shooting the third season, Chappelle abruptly left the show and pretty much disappeared from the public …
Funny Or Die announced a coast-to-coast comedy tour today headlined by one of the most beloved comedians of this generation, Dave Chappelle, and the New Zealand based comedy duo, Flight Of The Conchords. The festival will come to 13 cities, including two stops in New Jersey.