Patrice O’Neal (Comedian) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Patrice O'Neal

Respected stand up comedian known for his uncompromising and fearless style of comedy. He was a cast member on Comedy Central’s Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. Comedy Central aired his only hour-long special, Elephant in the Room, in 2011.

After a long drought, he got a Showtime half-hour special, a writing gig for the Colin Quinn show, and a Comedy Central Presents special.

He appeared on Showtime at the Apollo, The Office, Chappelle’s Show, and had a brief stint writing for the WWE.

He was born Patrice Malcolm O’Neal, named by his mother after Patrice Lumumba, the leader of the Congolese independence movement, and Malcolm X.

While he was performing in the UK, he was noticed by the rising comic Ricky Gervais, who frequently mentioned him among his favorite comedians.

Patrice O'Neal Age

How old is Patrice O'Neal? He was born in 1969, he was 53 years old at the time of his death.

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Patrice O'Neal Wiki

Patrice O'Neal Wiki/Bio
Famous asComedian
Age53 years old
BirthdayDecember 7, 1969
BirthplaceNew York City, NY
Date of DeathNovember 29, 2011
Zodiac SignSagittarius

Quotes by Patrice O'Neal

The case is I talk for a living, so I should be able to say anything I want to say regardless of how you feel. What we’re starting to deal with now is your opinion matters, but to be quite honest, your opinion means nothing.

— Patrice O'Neal

Just making the crowd laugh is not really doing things for me anymore. That’s just knowing how to kill; I’ve learned how to kill – but also learned when a crowd’s laughter is meaningful.

— Patrice O'Neal

I’ve still got that little freedom part of me that wants to have a car that looks really sexy.

— Patrice O'Neal

I don’t go to any sexy places to eat where they give you half a lamb chop and one bean. I like going, ‘Uhhh, I’m done’ when I eat.

— Patrice O'Neal

I like to be loved or hated – I don’t like mediocre. So I’d rather have the entire crowd hate me than to have 90% hate me.

— Patrice O'Neal