“If you ain't got no job and you ain't smokin' no weed, I don't know what the f*** you are doing with you life.”
“I think pimp, therefore I am.”
“Aspirin is perfectly legal, but if you take 13 of them motherf***ers, it'll be your last headache.”
Katt Williams (born Micah Sierra Williams in Cincinnati, Ohio on September 2, 1971) is an American actor, comedian, rapper and voice artist. Katt began his stand-up comedy career in his Cincinatti neighborhood, and soon after moved to California to sharpen his comic delivery. By 1999, he had become an established comic, appearing on stage at The Improv, The Comedy Club, The Icehouse and The Hollywood Park Casino. In 2002, Katt made his acting debut on NYPD Blue and gained great notoriety on Nick Cannon’s Wild ‘n Out, which he appeared on for many seasons. He starred in his first comedy special in 2006 entitled Katt Williams: Live: Let a Playa Play. Katt has appeared in many movies such as First Sunday, Norbit and Friday After Next. During his lifetime, he has found himself in trouble with the law and has had been arrested 10 times within the past decade. In Feb. 2016, he was arrested in Georgia after a clerk at a pool store said that Katt punched him and pointed a gun at five women.
Best Known For:
Katt is best known for his stand-up comedy and character, “Money Mike,” in the movie Friday After Next.
Katt was married to Quadirah Locus, but the marriage ended in divorce and he got the custody of their son Micah. Aside from his biological son, he is the father to his seven adopted children.