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Lewis Black mini bio:
Lewis Niles Black was born on the the 30th August 1948. His first appearance is in the comedy series, Comedy Central Presents. He appeared in two more episodes in 2000 – 2002. He used to be the host for the World Stupidity Awards at Just for Laughs comedy festival. From 2003-2006. He also appeared in HBO's Black on Broadway show. He hosted Last Laugh '07 by Comedy Central alongside with Dave Attell and D. L. Hughley. He appeared at HBO's Red, White and Screwed at Warner Theater in Washington, DC. He was awarded with “Best Comedy Album” Grammy award for the album, The Carnegie Hall Performance in 2007. He was a host in the TV series, The Root of All Evil (2008). He was a host for The History Channel's comedy documentary, History of the Joke with Lewis Black (2008) The Stand Up Month (2008) in Comedy Central also featured Lewis Black. His most recent appearance on TV series include The Big Bang Theory, "The Jiminy Conjecture" (2009), Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2010), The Penguins of Madagascar, "Arch-Enemy" (2011), Episode 61 of Celebrity Ghost Stories (2012) , and Episode 3 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012). His has a role in the upcoming film Inside Out (2015).
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