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W. Kamau Bell
W. Kamau Bell.jpg
W. Kamau Bell in 2016
Birth name Walter Kamau Bell
Born (1973-01-26) January 26, 1973 (age 45)
Palo Alto, California, U.S.[1]
Medium Stand-up comedy
Nationality American
Years active 2005–present
Subject(s) Racism, social identity, inequality, American politics
Spouse Melissa Hudson Bell[2]
Children Sami Bell (daughter)
Juno Bell (daughter)[3]
Parent(s) Walter Bell
Janet Cheatham Bell
Notable works and roles Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, United Shades of America, Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period
Website wkamaubell.com

Walter Kamau Bell (born January 26, 1973),[4] known professionally as W. Kamau Bell, is an American stand-up comic and television host. Prominent within the San Francisco stand-up comedy scene, he is best known as the host of the CNN original series United Shades of America and of the former FXX television series Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell.[5] He is the host of the live radio show and podcast Kamau Right Now on KALW, and also co-hosts the podcasts Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period with Kevin Avery and Politically Re-Active with Hari Kondabolu.[6][7]

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>> Stephen: WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY! MY NEXT GUEST IS A COMEDIAN, WRITER AND TELEVISION HOST. HIS NEW CNN SERIES IS "UNITED SHADES OF AMERICA." PLEASE WELCOME W. KAMAU BELL! (CHEERS AND APPLAUSE) ♪ WHY CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS ♪ ♪ WHY CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS ♪ ♪ WHY CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS ♪ (CHEERS AND APPLAUSE) >> Stephen: W. KAMAU BELL OR JUST KAMAU. >> WE KNOW EACH OTHER SO KAMAU IS FINE. >> Stephen: WE MET RIGHT OVER THERE. WHY THE W.? IS THERE ANOTHER KAMAU BELL OUT THERE THAT YOU WANT TO SEPARATE YOURSELF FROM? >> YOU HAVE TO SEPARATE YOURSELF FROM THE PACK. I MEET THEM ALL THE TIME. >> Stephen: I UNDERSTAND THAT. CONGRATULATIONS ON "UNITED SHADES OF AMERICA." WHAT'S THAT TITLE MEAN? (APPLAUSE) >> THANK YOU THREE PEOPLE. I APPRECIATE THAT. I TRAVEL AROUND THE COUNTRY AS A COMEDIAN. I LIVE IN THE BAY AREA. I KNOW THERE ARE LOTS OF DIFFERENT PEOPLE OUT THERE IN THE WORLD AND I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT TO TRY TO SIT DOWN AND HAVE AS MANY CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE AND LEARN FROM THEM AND BE FUNN FUNNY AT THE SAME TIME. I'M GOING FOR A NOBEL PEACE PRIZE. OBAMA GOT ONE. >> Stephen: WHAT'S KEEPING YOU BACK? >> I'M TWO WEEKS INTO MY SHOW. I THINK IT'S ON THE WAY. >> Stephen: ONE THING IS A BLACK GUY GOES WHERE HE SHOULDN'T. WHERE IS THAT. >> BASICALLY IF YOU LEAVE YOUR HOUSE AS A BLACK PERSON YOU'RE IN DANGEROUS TERRITORY. I GO FURTHER. I WILL GO TO TOWNS TO DO COMEDY AND AS SOON AS I WALK IN THEY GO, YOU MUST BE THE COMEDIAN, JUST BECAUSE I DON'T LOOK LIKE ASHOULD BE THERE. THEY'RE, LIKE, YOU SHOULD BE FUNNY OR YOU'RE IN THE WRONG PLACE. >> Stephen: YOU WENT TO ONE PLACE SPECIFICALLY THAT SEEMED LIKE THE WRONG PLACE. >> YES. >> Stephen: YOU MET MEMBERS OF THE CLAN. >> THE K.K.K., NOT A SCOTTISH CLAN. >> Stephen: KLAN WITH A K. YES. >> Stephen: AND YOU SPOKE TO SOME OF THE LEADERS ABOUT WHETHER THEY WERE HATEFUL RACIST OR VIOLENT. WE HAVE A CLIP. >> THE KLAN TO ME IS A TOOL TO REACH PEOPLE. I FEEL IT GETS THE BIGGEST BANG FOR THE BUCK AND THAT'S WHY I JOINED THE KLAN. >> OKAY. BUT MY PERSONAL BELIEF IS THAT BLACK PEOPLE CANNOT MAINTAIN LAW AND ORDER ON THEIR OWN. >> REALLY? THAT'S MY PERSONAL BELIEF. AND WHY DO YOU THINK THAT IS? WHITE PEOPLE HAVE AN INNER DRIVE FOR DISCIPLINE AND LAW AND ORDER. >> ALL WHITE PEOPLE? NO, NOT ALL WHITE PEOPLE. (LAUGHTER) >> Stephen: WELL... UH... GREAT RESTRAINT SHOWN BY YOU IN THAT INTERVIEW. IS THAT TOUGH TO SIT THERE AND LISTEN TO THAT? >> IT WAS TOUGH TO TRY TO SIT THERE AND EAT. WE WERE EATING LUNCH. I COULDN'T TAKE IN THE HATRED AND EAT A BUGGER AT THE SAME TIME. IT WAS TOO MUCH MULTI-TASKING. >> Stephen: I FOUND THERE ARE REALLY DELICIOUS RACIST BARBECUE IN THE WORLD, THOUGH. >> THERE IS, YEAH. >> Stephen: DID YOU GO TO A CROSS BURNING. >> YES, I WENT TO THE FIRST SHOOTING, MET THE CREW THE NIGHT BEFORE THE HOTEL AND THE FIRST SHOOTING, WE WENT TO A CROSS BURNING. FIRST DAY OF WORK, A CROSS BURNING. >> Stephen: HOW DO YOU KEEP YOURSELF CALM WHEN THERE ARE PEOPLE BURNING A CROSS, SUCH A SYMBOL OF HATE. YOU TRY TO MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH THESE PEOPLE. >> YEAH. >> Stephen: HOW DO YOU MAKE A CONNECTION WITH PEOPLE WHOSE ENTIRE POLITICAL ETHOS IS TO DIVIDE THE RACES? >> I DEFINITELY WENT THERE BECAUSE I KNEW WE WERE MAKING THIS AS A TV SHOW. I WOULD NOT HAVE GONE TO HANG OUT WITH THE KLAN MYSELF. >> YEAH, I UNDERSTAND THAT. >> Stephen: I KNEW THE WHOLE TIME THERE IS A GREATER THING WE WERE TRYING TO DO IF IT ENDS UP IN A JERRY SPRINGER CHAIR EPISODE, IT WON'T DO WHAT IT'S SUPPOSED TO. I LISTEN, PROCESS, TRY TO MAKE THEM LAUGH. THEN WHEN THEY STARTED BURNING THE CROSS, I RELIED ON THE WEIGHT OF BLACK PEOPLE'S HISTORY TO KEEP ME IN THE MOMENT. I FELT LIKE I COULDN'T RUN OUT OF HERE AND SCREAM AND I HAD TO WITNESS IT. A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO ATTENDED A CROSS BURNING DIDN'T GET OUT ALIVE AND I THOUGHT I GET TO LEAVE SO I ACCEPTED IT. >> Stephen: I TAKE IT THERE IS A WEIGHT ON THE WAY WHITE PEOPLE HAVE TREATED OTHER PEOPLE IN THIS NATION THAT THERE IS A LAND MIND FOR UNWITTING RACIST BEHAVIOR OR STATEMENTS. WHAT IS THE MOST RACIST THING YOU THINK PEOPLE DO WITHOUT THINKING IT'S RACIST? >> I THINK THE MOST RACIST THING PEOPLE DO WITHOUT THINKING IT'S RACISM IS LIKE A SENTENCE LIKE THIS -- I'M NOT RAYSIST BUT... I THINK THE MINUTE YOU TRY TO PRETEND, ESPECIALLY IN A WHITE PERSON'S COUNTRY, YOU'RE NOT ACTUALLY BENEFITING FROM RACISM IN WHITE SUPREMACY, THE MINUTE YOU'RE ACCEPTING THAT, YOU'RE LEANING INTO RACISM. >> Stephen: WELL I'M NOT RACIST BUT LET ME JUST ASK THIS -- (LAUGHTER) IS THERE A PARTICULAR RACISM THAT BLACK PEOPLE ENGAGE IN THAT YOU'RE AWARE OF? >> WHEN YOU SAY RACISM, A LOT OF PEOPLE WAY SMARTER THAN ME LIKE CORNELL WEST, THE GUY I TRY TO LOOK LIKE. >> Stephen: GOT TO GET A BIGGER BEARD. >> WORKING ON IT. >> Stephen: YEAH. ACADEMICS DON'T BELIEVE YOU CAN BE RACIST IF YOU'RE A BLACK PERSON. WE CAN BE PREJUDICE BUT RACIST IMPLIES POWER AND INSTITUTIONS BEHIND IT. I CAN BE PREJUDICE AND NOT LIKE WHITE PEOPLE BUT I CAN'T NOT LIKE THEM AND NOT GIVE THEM THEIR VOTING RIGHTS. SOUTH A VERY DIFFERENT THING. >> Stephen: YEAH, YOU'RE LUCKY BECAUSE AS A WHITE PERSON IT'S SUPER EASY FOR ME TO BE RACIST. I DON'T EVEN HAVE TO TRY. >> WAKE UP IN THE MORNING, RACISM! >> Stephen: WHAT DID YOU THINK OF LARRY WILLMORE AND THE WAY HE ENDED HIS SPEECH WITH THE N WORD WITH THE PRESIDENT? >> I LIKE LARRY WILLMORE. HE WAS PLAYING TO THE PEOPLE AT HOME. I DIDN'T APPRECIATE ALL THE CNN JOKES. THAT'S MY NEW NETWORK. HE SAID HE REMEMBERS WHEN CNN USED TO BE A NEWS NETWORK. AND THAT WAS A SHOT AT ME. I SAID I REMEMBER WHEN A SHOW LIKE THE DAILY SHOW WAS FUNNY. (LAUGHTER) >> Stephen: "UNITED SHADES OF AMERICA" AIRS ON CNN SUNDAY NIGHT. THANK YOU SO MUCH W. KAMAU BELL.

Contents

Early life and education

Bell grew up in Alabama, Boston and Chicago, the son of Walter Bell, who served as Alabama's Insurance Commissioner and Chairman of Swiss Re America Holding Corporation, and author Janet Cheatham Bell, who founded a self-publishing firm.[8][9] Between ages five and 12, Bell lived in Boston, Massachusetts in the Mattapan neighborhood of the city.[10] Bell graduated from the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools and attended the University of Pennsylvania before dropping out. Later he began to pursue a career in comedy.[11]

He is first cousin once removed of speculative fiction writer N. K. Jemisin.[12]

Career

After establishing himself as a sociopolitical comedian and community activist based in San Francisco, Bell became a founding member of the comedy collective Laughter Against the Machine and has been featured in a number of prominent podcasts and publications, such as WTF with Marc Maron, Citizen Radio, and Current TV's The War Room with Jennifer Granholm, on which Bell was a regular correspondent.

His first comedy album, One Night Only, was released in 2007. Also in 2007, he developed a one-man show entitled The W. Kamau Bell Curve: Ending Racism in About An Hour, "a comedic exploration of the current state of America's racism", which he periodically performs in updated versions.[13][14][15]

His follow-up album, Face Full of Flour, was released in 2010, and was named one of the Top 10 Best Comedy Albums of the year by iTunes and Punchline Magazine.[16] From 2011 to 2012, he wrote the blog "Kamau's Komedy Korner" for the San Francisco Weekly.[17] In 2012, Bell was voted San Francisco's best comedian by the SF Weekly, the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and 7×7 Magazine.[13]

His first stand-up comedy TV special, Semi-Prominent Negro, premiered on Showtime on April 29, 2016,[18] and on September 30, 2016, his third full-length album, also titled Semi-Prominent Negro, was released on Kill Rock Stars.[19]

On November 7, 2017, Bell became the Frank Sinatra Artist-in-Residence of Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California.[20]

Television host

From 2012 to 2013, Bell hosted a weekly stand up comedy television series, Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, first on FX and later on FXX.[21] The show, produced by Chris Rock, provided observational comedy and commentary on social and political issues in addition to celebrity interviews. After the show was cancelled in November 2013,[21] Bell moved back to California from New York.[22]

He is currently the host of the CNN documentary series United Shades of America, which premiered on April 24, 2016 and was renewed for a third season in 2017. The show, of which Bell is an Executive Producer, was awarded the Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program in 2017.[23]

The show United Shades of America was renewed for season 3 in 2018. The first episode of the show was aired on the 29th of April 2018.[24] The show lasted for 8 episodes in total.[25] The last episode titled "Native Hawaii" aired on July 1, 2018.[26] Later in July 2018, Bell was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Host for a Reality Program for his hosting in United Shades of America.[27]

Podcast host

From 2010 to 2014, Bell co-hosted the podcast The Field Negro Guide to Arts & Culture with Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid.[28]

Since November 2014, Bell has co-hosted the Earwolf-produced podcast Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period with comedian and writer Kevin Avery.[29] In addition to reviewing the films of Denzel Washington one by one, the podcast has also featured interviews with prominent actors, filmmakers, musicians, and comedians including Spike Lee,[30] Ava DuVernay,[31] Jesse Williams,[32] Issa Rae,[33] and Ryan Coogler.[34]

Since January 2016, he has hosted Kamau Right Now, a live radio show and podcast produced by KALW.[35]

Since June 2016, he has also co-hosted the Panoply/First Look Media-produced podcast Politically Re-Active with comedian Hari Kondabolu.[7] The podcast explores American politics and elections with a comedic approach, and includes interviews with activists, journalists, and scholars such as Ian Haney-López, Robert Reich, and Pramila Jayapal.[36]

Author

Bell has authored a number of essays and blog posts about race and racism in American politics and media. In May 2017, Bell published his first book,The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell: Tales of a 6'4, African American, Heterosexual, Cisgender, Left-Leaning, Asthmatic, Black and Proud Blerd, Mama's Boy, Dad, and Stand-Up Comedian.[37] The book is a humorous autobiography interspersed with essays about politics and popular culture.

Activism

Bell sits on the advisory boards of Race Forward, a racial justice think tank (formerly known as the Applied Research Center), and Hollaback!, an anti-harassment organization.[38] In October 2013, he was named the American Civil Liberties Union celebrity ambassador on racial justice.[39]

Implicit bias incident in 2015

On January 26, 2015, Bell and his wife Melissa were involved in an incident at the Elmwood Cafe in Berkeley, California, which Bell alleged was racially motivated.[40] An employee of the cafe told Bell to "scram", or words to that effect, while he was talking to his white wife and her friends at one of its outdoor tables.[41] The cafe owner and Bell held a community forum to discuss implicit bias and how to improve.[42] Bell's account was eventually featured in an episode of the radio series This American Life entitled "Birds & Bees".[43] After a similar incident resulted in the arrests of two black men at a Starbucks in April 2018, Bell renewed his criticism of the Elmwood Cafe, and it closed shortly thereafter.[44][45][46]

Discography

  • 2007: One Night Only
  • 2010: Face Full of Flour
  • 2016: Semi-Prominent Negro[47]

References

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  2. ^ Taylor, Tracey (March 16, 2015). "At community forum in Berkeley, W. Kamau Bell and Elmwood Café launch 'implicit bias' training initiative". Berkeleyside.
  3. ^ "Race Matters: Comedian Kamau Bell Told To 'Scram' By Waitress While Socializing With His White Wife And Her Friends". February 2, 2015.
  4. ^ California Birth Index. "Walter K Bell, Born 01/26/1973 in California". California Birth Index. Retrieved May 10, 2016.
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  8. ^ "Comic Bell brings his total bias here". philly-archives. Archived from the original on 15 September 2015. Retrieved 2016-04-22.
  9. ^ "The Clean Revolution is achievable and essential". www.theclimategroup.org. Archived from the original on 6 September 2015. Retrieved 2016-04-22.
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  11. ^ Kamau Bell on Bruce Lee and why he didn’t know Jimi Hendrix was black AV Club.
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  19. ^ "W. KAMAU BELL 'SEMI-PROMINENT NEGRO' OUT NOW ON CD & MP3!". 1 October 2016.
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  21. ^ a b Braxton, Greg (November 13, 2013). "Chris Rock's 'Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell' canceled". Los Angeles Times.
  22. ^ Sale, Anna. "W. Kamau Bell Wonders How Much Is Enough". Death, Sex & Money. wnyc.org. Retrieved 2 July 2015.
  23. ^ Ryan, Maureen (2017-04-03). "CNN's Timely 'United Shades of America' Gets Return Date (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved 2018-08-29.
  24. ^ United Shades of America is Back (Season 3 returns -- April 29th) - CNN Video, retrieved 2018-08-29
  25. ^ Wright, Megh. "Season 3 of W. Kamau Bell's CNN Series 'United Shades of America' […]". Vulture. Retrieved 2018-08-29.
  26. ^ United Shades of America (TV Series 2016– ), retrieved 2018-08-29
  27. ^ Staff, Variety (2018-07-12). "Emmy Nominations: The Complete List". Variety. Retrieved 2018-08-29.
  28. ^ "The Field Negro Guide to Arts and Culture w/ Vernon Reid and W. Kamau Bell". thatfnpod.libsyn.com. Retrieved 2016-06-29.
  29. ^ "Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period podcast on Earwolf". www.earwolf.com. Retrieved 2016-05-08.
  30. ^ "Spike Lee: Another Thing People Don't Know, episode #57 of Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period on Earwolf". www.earwolf.com. Retrieved 2016-05-08.
  31. ^ "Mo' Better Blues w/ Ava Duvernay, episode #50 of Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period on Earwolf". www.earwolf.com. Retrieved 2016-05-08.
  32. ^ "Jesse Williams of Grey's Anatomy, episode #70 of Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period on Earwolf". www.earwolf.com. Retrieved 2016-05-08.
  33. ^ "Devil in a Blue Dress with Issa Rae, episode #69 of Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period on Earwolf". www.earwolf.com. Retrieved 2016-05-08.
  34. ^ "Creed w/ Ryan Coogler, Aaron Covington, episode #57 of Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period on Earwolf". www.earwolf.com. Retrieved 2016-05-08.
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  36. ^ "Politically Re-Active with W. Kamau Bell & Hari Kondabolu by First Look Media / Panoply on iTunes". iTunes. Retrieved 2016-06-29.
  37. ^ "Nonfiction Book Review: The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell: Tales of a 6'4, African-American, Heterosexual, Cisgender, Left-Leaning, Asthmatic, Black, and Proud Blerd, Mama's Boy, Dad, and Stand-Up Comedian by W. Kamau Bell. Dutton, $28  (320p) ISBN 978-1-101-98587-8". PublishersWeekly.com. Retrieved 2018-07-16.
  38. ^ "Bio". W. Kamau Bell. Retrieved 2016-05-08.
  39. ^ "ACLU Ambassadors – W. Kamau Bell". Aclu.olrg (American Civil Liberties Union). Retrieved 2015-01-05.
  40. ^ staff, Berkeleyside (29 January 2015). "Comedian W. Kamau Bell reports being victim of racism at Berkeley's Elmwood Café". berkeleyside.com.
  41. ^ staff, Berkeleyside (29 January 2015). "Comedian W. Kamau Bell reports being victim of racism at Berkeley's Elmwood Café". berkeleyside.com.
  42. ^ Taylor, Tracey (16 March 2015). "At community forum in Berkeley, W. Kamau Bell and Elmwood Café launch 'implicit bias' training initiative". berkeleyside.com.
  43. ^ "557: Birds & Bees Transcript". This American Life. May 15, 2015.
  44. ^ Raguso, Emilie (20 April 2018). "Elmwood Café closed, as 2015 racism charge gets new life with Starbucks arrest". berkeleyside.com.
  45. ^ contributor, Guest (20 April 2018). "Opinion: Whatever the reason it closed, the Elmwood Café missed a real opportunity to be a force for change in Berkeley". berkeleyside.com.
  46. ^ Raguso, Emilie (20 April 2018). "After closure, Elmwood Café owner says worker co-op, nonprofit could take over". berkeleyside.com.
  47. ^ Cameron Wade (August 23, 2016). "W. Kamau Bell Announces New Stand-up Album, Semi-Prominent Negro". Paste Magazine. Retrieved 2016-09-13.

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