KEVIN HART (Bigg Bunny) began his entertainment career on amateur night at a Philadelphia comedy club. He soon quit his day job at an athletic shoe store chain and began performing full-time at clubs such as the Boston Comedy Club, Caroline's, Stand-Up NY, The Improvisation, The Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store in Los Angeles, eventually branching out internationally to perform at clubs in Amsterdam and London.
It was his performance at the Montreal Comedy Festival which led to his work in feature films. His screen credits include "Epic Movie," "Scary Movie 4," "The Last Stand," "In the Mix," "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "Soul Plane," "Along Came Polly," "Scary Movie 3" (for which he wrote his own role), and "Paper Soldiers."
For television, Hart executive produced, wrote and starred in the ABC sitcom "The Big House," loosely based on his family in Philadelphia. His other television appearances include UPN's "Love, Inc.," Showtime's "Barbershop" and MTV's "Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out." Currently, he can be seen as the host of MTV's hit show "Celebrity Rap Superstar."
Hart's upcoming films include the comedies "Starship Dave," starring Eddie Murphy; "Not Easily Broken," directed by Bill Duke; "Something Like a Business"; "Extreme Movie," with Jamie Kennedy; and "Superhero!" opposite Leslie Nielsen.
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