November 17, 2008

What is it about COMEDY... Katt Williams Hospitalized

We've all read about the mental stress that being a comedian obviously has on a person's life off stage. We all know the pain experienced by the legendary Richard Pryor and most recently the challenges faced by both Martin Lawrence and Dave Chappelle.

Now comes word that comedian Katt Williams has been committed to a mental hospital by family members. Williams plans to officially retire from standup after a New Year’s Eve performance in Detroit on December 31, citing mental and physical strain from road life and the desire to strengthen his family.
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  1. Following an arduous 300 shows and an 18-month touring schedule that left him incredibly fatigued, Katt felt compelled to be with his family in an effort to deal with his stress. While doing so, he is under a doctor’s care.

    As this is a private and personal matter, we hope the media will respect his family’s request for privacy.

    Yvette Shearer
    Shearer Public Relations


    I'm on a Katt Williams Support Campaign. All we need is an influx of letters of support to his management staff. I've contacted local and all facets of entertainment to chip in. Jay Leno, Conan, The View ladies, KTLA, Big Boy, MoJo, Ben's Chili Bowl in D.C. (Katt visit's them when he was there - check the latest DVD), and countless radio personnel.

    HELP!!

    Thank you!!

    Lady Di

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