News about Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart Learned About Fame's Downsides From Britney Spears
Kevin Hart steps out on the red carpet at the Comedy All-Star Gala on Friday night (October 14) at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT.
Kevin Hart Assures New 'Jumanji' Movie Is Not A Redo: 'It's A Continuation'!
Kevin Hart is dapper in a snake skin shirt while attending the fan screening of his latest film Kevin Hart: What Now? held at the Regal Gallery Place Theater on Wednesday evening (October 12) in Washington, DC.
Kevin Hart Goes Retro for 'Runner's World' Anniversary Issue
Kevin Hart makes his big arrival at a fan screening of Kevin Hart: What Now? held at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 theater on Wednesday night (October 12) in New York City.
Kevin Hart Shoots Down Rumors Wife Eniko Parrish is Pregnant
Kevin Hart makes a silly face while speaking during a SiriusXM Town Hall Series event on Wednesday (October 12) in New York City.
Kevin Hart Plays Would You Rather with Jimmy Fallon! (Video)
Kevin Hart shares a big laugh while speaking at a Q&A panel for his upcoming film Kevin Hart: What Now? held at the Apple Store Soho on Tuesday (October 11) in New York City.
Kevin Hart feels 'blessed' as he gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Kevin Hart Quotes
Even as a little boy, Kevin had an obsession for stand-up comedy and comedians in general. Explaining about how he discovered his comic side, he once said “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".
Everybody wants to be famous, but nobody wants to do the work. I live by that. You grind hard so you can play hard. At the end of the day, you put all the work in, and eventually it'll pay off. It could be in a year, it could be in 30 years. Eventually, your hard work will pay off.
My main goal is to be a self-made man and have control over what's mine.
My experiences in life are getting bigger and better. The more stuff I do, the more stuff I talk about - having kids, traveling, going through relationship problems, dealing with things in my own family. All that stuff builds character.
I don't think you get successful to brag and throw what you have in the world's face. That's all private.
I get that racism exists, but it's not a catalyst for my content. I don't need to talk about race to have material. My style of comedy is more self-deprecating. I think that makes me more relatable. When you deal with 'topics' - race, white versus black - you're not separating from the pack. You're doing what everybody else is doing.
I can get where some scientists would say comedians are crazy. What you have to understand: A lot of comedians are dealing with a dark passion. A lot of these are guys coming from a tumultuous life, including myself. Some people need outlets, a way to express yourself.
I am who I am. That's why my friends and peers respect and appreciate me. I don't change or cater my actions to fit my surroundings. I'm myself 24/7. People appreciate that.
You definitely want your kids to understand their heritage, but I don't want my kids to just focus on being black. They are people. I don't want them to judge other people or to be judged. I want them to be good people, so good people will treat them accordingly. I preach that to my kids and everything else falls into place.
Everything is an open book. I don't speak on other people's hardship, but if it happened in my life or something that has been an experience on my particular journey, I'm going to talk about it. That's what my fan base appreciates the most. I'm universal. You can relate to the things I say or that I go through.