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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 6 July 1979Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Height 5' 4" (1.63 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Kevin Hart was born on July 6, 1979 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for BET's Comicview (1992), Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain (2013) and Laugh at My Pain (2011). He has been married to Torrei Hart since May 22, 2003. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Torrei Hart (22 May 2003 - present) (filed for divorce) (2 children)

Trade Mark (1)

Short stature

Trivia (5)

Has one daughter, Heaven Lee (b. 2005).
Hendrix Hart, a son, was born on October 8, 2007.
Once worked as a shoe salesman. He quit the job to work full-time in comedy clubs.
Close friends with Anthony Anderson.
Is good friends with Jason Segel.

Personal Quotes (5)

I think if someone gets kicked in the face it is their fault- they watched the foot come towards their face.
[on being asked if there were any topics he would not joke about] Uh, yes. Rape. Rape would be one of them. I also stay clear of homosexuality or anything dealing with that right now, because it's such a sensitive topic in today's times. There are words I've used in the past that I wouldn't use now because of the attention those words get.
[on discovering his comic side] I was probably around eleven. My mom was about to whup me, whup me with a belt. I said something she couldn't help but laugh at, and I thought I might be funny. Cause if I could stop a whupping with comedy, I'm doing the right thing.
A reputation as a hard worker is a good reputation to have. It's also about being professional and very loyal to the people who put me here, which would be my fans. I feel like I have a job to do, like I constantly have to reinvent myself. The more I up the ante for myself, the better it is in the long run. I try to interact with my fans as much as possible. It's good that the person I'm being onstage isn't really an act. It's really me.
Here's the thing. We do a movie with a predominantly black cast and it's put in a category of being a black film. When other movies are done with a predominantly white cast, we don't call them a white film. I'm trying to remove the stigma off things they call black films.

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