Kevin Hart and Don Cheadle are American actors, both of them mostly recognized because of their unique, amazing humoristic skills.
The two even shared the filming set a couple of times, and they appeared on several interviews together in the last 15 years.
Kevin and Don often spoke about their friendship, mentioning they’ve been friends for over 20 years now.
Taking this into consideration, it was weird for people to see how uncomfortable Kevin and Don’s conversation during a specific interview became.
However, those who have been fans of Kevin Hart for some time definitely know that he and Don’s on-screen bickering and the awkward conversation was nothing more than a joke, which seems much like them.
Don Cheadle even stood up for Kevin Hart after he faced backlash for his reaction during the interview, confirming it was all said in a humoristic, good manner.
Read on to find out about which projects both Kevin Hart and Don Cheadle have ahead of them.
Kevin Hart is undoubtedly one of the funniest stand-up comedians
According to IMDB, Kevin Hart has had over 100 TV appearances in the last 20 years.
His career started with writing scripts for shows such as “Def Comedy Jam” and “Comedy Central Presents”, before his first successful comedy gig called “Kevin Hart: I’m a Grown Little Man” in 2009.
During the next 10 years, he created more comedy series which became widely popular, including “Real Husbands of Hollywood”, “Die Hart”, “Hart of the City”, and “Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up”.
Kevin also landed roles in numerous popular TV movies that are known for the similar style of comedy as Kevin’s, such as “Scary Movie 4”, “Epic Movie”, and “Little Fockers”, as well as some more serious ones like “Night School”, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”, and “Fatherhood”.
He is set to appear in the upcoming movies titled “The Great Outdoors”, “Ride Along 3”, and “My Own Worst Enemy”.
Despite a lengthy career in the acting industry, Kevin Hart is mostly recognized because of his unique stand-up comedy gigs.
His start as a comedian was rocky, his gigs back in the early 2000s did not really go well, and he even had food thrown at him.
Kevin decided it was time to create a unique style of stand-up comedy that would really grow on all of us.
His first stand-up tour took place in 2009, under the title “I’m a Grown Little Man”, and he named it like this on purpose, joking about his height.
In the next 10 years, Hart had numerous successful tours, including “Let me Explain”, “What Now?”, and “Laugh at My Pain”.
It is estimated that Hart earned over $15 million just from the 2010 tour “Laugh at My Pain”.
In 2021, Kevin started his own TV show called “Hart to Heart”, where he welcomes numerous celebrities, who join him in the well-spirited comedy skits.
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Don Cheadle’s career highlights
Despite his 50-year-long acting career, Cheadle’s most impressive and most popular performance is undoubtedly the portrayal of Lt. Col. James Rhodes, a.k.a. War Machine.
Cheadle repeated his performance as ‘Rhodey’ in almost all of the Marvel movies from 2010 to 2022, including “Avengers: End game”, “Captain America: Civil War”, and the upcoming movie titled “Armor Wars”.
Cheadle also built an amazing reputation by taking roles in several great TV series, such as “Black Monday”, “House of Lies”, and “Don’t Look Deeper”.