This was his first major appearance on a special television show. Later, in the year 2006, Katt made his second special show on HBO starring in the show, ‘The Pimp Chronicles: Part 1,’ with the comedy piece, ‘This Shit Right Here Nigga, This Shit Right Here Nigga.’ In the year 2007, Katt was offered a movie for a stand up entitled, ‘American Hustle.’ This show was an instant hit and stamped his authority as an established comedian. In the year 2008, Katt did his second show for the HBO named, ‘It’s Pimpin’ Pimpin’.’ Four years later in 2012, Katt did his third with HBO named, ‘Kattapacalypse.’
Aburtly in the year 2013, Katt announced an end of his stand up comedian career only to return in 2014 with a new show with the HBO named, ‘Katt Williams: Priceless: Afterlife,’ directed by Spike Lee.
Katt’s acting career can be dated back to the year 2002 when he debuted in, ‘NYPD Blue.’ He also gained a lot of fame for his acting work in the series, ‘Wild ’n Out,’ wher he appeared for a number of seasons. Katt also played supporting roles in the movies, ‘First Sunday,’ ‘Norbit’ and ‘After Next.’
Katt’s musical performances has also been quite notable and he has gained accolades for his performances for the rapping done by him for songs of bands like Baby Bash, The Game and Suga Free. In the year 2006, Katt joined the famous New York rapper Cam’ron’s group, ‘The Diplomats.’ In the year 2009, Katt released his debut live album named, ‘It’s Pimpin’ Pimpin.’ In the year 2013, Katt released a hip-hop song, ‘Lames In The Game,’ alongwith Hell Rell.
Katt’s life is full of incidents and legal issues and is a bit tormented by them. Katt’s comedy work was rewarded in the year 2007 when he was nominated for the Teen Choice Awards.
Moving towards his personal life, Katt is the proud father of eight children among them seven adopted and a biological son named Micah from his former marriage. Katt’s hardwork is evident from the fact that his net worth of $ 10 million.