Comic Donnell Rawlings (Chappelle's Show) at the Brea Improv
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Bobby Lee -- best known as a cast member on FOX's MADtv from 2001 to 2009, as well as NBC's Animal Practice -- headlines the Improv. He's appeared on The Tonight Show, Mind of Mencia, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Chelsea Lately, and in the movies Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, Pineapple Express and The Dictator. On MADtv, Lee was known for characters such as the incompetent translator Bae Sung and the Average Asian, as well as his impression of Kim Jong-il. Learn More
Donnell Rawlings is an overnight success a decade in the making. You’ve seen him on Comedy Central’s award winning and critically celebrated Chappelle’s Show as “Ashy Larry”, the 70’s jheri curled “Beautiful”, and numerous other characters he’s played. Donnell is the franchise player Dave Chappelle and Neal Brennan wanted as a writer and prime time player on their team. Since Dave Chappelle had business to take care of in Africa, Donnell was asked to step into the huge shoes Dave left behind,and host the Lost Episodes. “Hilarious” is what Linda Stasi of The New York Post calls Donnell’s performance as host.
His unique brand of observational humor earned Donnell co-hosting duties on Power 105’s (NY’s #1 Hip Hop and R&B radio station) morning show “Egypt and Ashy in the Morning”. Donnell is currently filming “Reality Bites Back” for Comedy Central, touring heavily with his stand up dates, starring in a series of promotional interstitials for MTV, and has completed 3 films in the past year. He also enjoyed a reprising his character of Day-Day Price on HBO’s Emmy-Award winning series “The Wire” during a 3-episode arc, during the show’s final season (2007-2008).
In 2007, Donnell co-created and starred in Heavy.com’s hit web series “From Ashy to Classy”, in which Donnell portrays the loveable yet clueless culture critic, Ashford Lawrence. The series was picked up for a second round of episodes and remains one of Heavy.com most popular shows.