New Stand Up Special From Ken Jeong Coming To Netflix
According to Deadline, Netflix will be the home to a new comedy special from comedian Ken Jeong. He will film the special at Ice House comedy club in Pasadena, California this fall, with a premiere date to be determined. This is the same club where Jeong got his start in comedy. Read more about the news from Deadline here!
Ken Jeong is a comedic actor, producer and writer. Since his feature film debut playing the doctor in "Knocked Up," Jeong has gone on to numerous comedic roles in both film and television. Jeong appeared as the Asian mobster "Mr. Chow" in the hit comedy "The Hangover," which earned him three TEEN CHOICE nominations and an MTV Movie Award. In 2008, Jeong starred in his first major role, opposite Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott, as the villain in Judd Apatow's "Role Models." That same year, he also appeared in the cult comedy hits "Pineapple Express" and "Step Brothers." In 2011, Jeong reprised his role of "Mr. Chow" in "The Hangover 2." He was then seen in the franchise's third installment, "The Hangover 3." Other film credits include "The Duff," "Transformers 3," "Despicable Me 2," "Ride Along 2" and "Norm of the North." On television, Jeong was mostly recently seen starring on the network comedy "Dr. Ken," on which he also served as creator, writer and executive producer. Additionally, he was a series regular on the critically acclaimed comedy "Community" from 2009-2015. Other television credits include "The Office," "Entourage" and "MADtv." In 2015, Jeong directed an ESPN 30 FOR 30 documentary, "Student Athlete," and he also produced the Sundance Award-winning film "Advantageous," which received a Film Independent Spirit Award nomination.
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