Chris Rock

The "Spiral" star celebrated the CDC's loosened guidelines by riffing on his personally painful time.
The comedian described how he wants to celebrate the conclusion of the never-ending presidential election, and let’s just say a “Cast Away” metaphor is in play.
“I mean, what job do you have for four years no matter what?” the comedian asks "SNL's" first live audience since the COVID-19 outbreak.
The comedian said "blackface ain't cool," but added that "intention" matters. On the late-night talk show host, Rock said: "Jimmy's a great guy."
"I realized that the silence is the biggest crime that white guys like me and the rest of us are doing," said "The Tonight Show" host.
The comedian took the Academy Awards stage with Chris Rock, jabbing at the Oscars' lack of diversity, Jeff Bezos, and more.
The comedian also opened up to Howard Stern about bossing Lorne Michaels around at her “Saturday Night Live” tryout.
"This is the last episode of 2019, but if you’re black, this is the first episode since I left," Murphy boasted.
"I made over $4 billion at the box office, so I guess you could say I won," he belts out 24 years after he was bumped from the program.
"What the hell was he thinking?" the comedian asks about the "Empire" actor.