Who is Comedian Chris Cotton? Wiki, Age, Bio, Family, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need to Know

Comedian Chris Cotton Wiki

Chris Cotton was born Christopher Edward George Cotton, was an American comedian, actor and writer. He was also co-founder of the Production Company, Center City Comedy LLC. He co-hosted the Artie Quitter Podcast with Artie Lange. Cotton began performing Stand Up Comedy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His Stand Up Comedy Set themes include pop culture, current events, getting married and growing up in the city. According to Chris Cotton’s biography of Zanies Chicago, he worked as a digital creator at Comedy Central, while co-starring Comedy Central: Every Damn Day. He also worked with many of the best national leading artists, including Artie Lange, Keith Robinson, Godfrey, Bret Ernst, Tommy Davidson, Kevin Hart, Judah Friedlander and Hannibal Burress As a writer, Cotton wrote and acted in numerous sketches, television shows and contributed to the development of commercial advertising. Cotton often performed at the Raven Lounge in Center City in Philadelphia, a place he helped create with the Conrad Roth and H. Foley comics in 2007. They created the place with the goal of helping provide a platform for color comedians. He told Philly Voice in 2015 in a discussion about the Raven Lounge and other places in the Philadelphia area, including Laff House, “This is not a career statement, but it has a lot to do with it. Basically, none of the black comics or newer comics knew about this club. And it was the kind of thing we are all working on here, we don’t want you to come, because we don’t want anyone else to take the place. Cotton also recently released his memoirs, What My Dad Did: My Theory On Joke Writing, in August. His book showed Cotton’s rise in the ranks of the comedy world, in addition to telling the story of his father, Henry S. Cotton Jr.

Comedian Chris Cotton Age

He was 32 years old.

Comedian Chris Cotton Wife & Children

He was married to his wife Ericalynn Cotton. They married in May 2011. Chris Cotton and his wife Ericalynn were expecting their first child on February 11, 2020, according to Cotton’s wife’s baby registry at Amazon. A statement in the baby registry says: “Thank you for visiting our registry. We really appreciate all the love that Chris and I have shown during this time! We are very excited about the arrival of “Blu” and can’t wait to meet him ?????? – Ericalynn and Chris. ”

Comedian Chris Cotton Death & Cause

Chris Cotton died at the age of 32. His death was confirmed in several posts on his Facebook page on December 11, 2019. He had appeared on December 9 at Tattooed Mom in Philadelphia. He was scheduled to perform at the City Winery in Philadelphia on January 3. The event will continue but now it will serve as a memorial for Cotton. Comedy Central Chris Cotton died at the age of 32. His death was confirmed in several posts on his Facebook page on December 11, 2019. He had appeared on December 9 at Tattooed Mom’s in Philadelphia. He was scheduled to perform at the City Winery in Philadelphia on January 3. The event will continue but now it will serve as a memorial for Cotton. Comedy Central tweeted: “We are devastated by the loss of Chris Cotton, a hilarious comedian, a beloved member of the Comedy Central family and a joy to be around. He will be missed.”: “We are devastated by the loss of Chris Cotton, a hilarious comedian, a beloved member of the Comedy Central family and a joy to be around. He will be missed.”

Comedian Michelle Biloon wrote on Twitter, “What a total sh*t year. Philly lost a great comic and a truly great person. My heart goes out to the family of Chris Cotton and all those close to him.”

Comedian Alexis Guerreros wrote, “Legit heartbroken at the new about Chris Cotton. He was homie and a wonderful human being. He’ll be missed greatly. RIP.”

Chris Cotton’s cause of death was not revealed.

Comedian Chris Cotton GoFoundMe

A GoFundMe has been created to help Chris Cotton’s family. A statement on the GoFundMe page says: “With great sadness, we announce the premature death of our friend and brother CHRIS COTTON. We have created this * official fundraiser * with the blessings of his beloved wife, Erica. All the money will go directly to her and her growing family.If Chris ever made you laugh, angered or shook his head, please pay that with a donation.

“There will be memorial/comedy shows in both NYC & Philly to celebrate his life. Date TBD. In the meantime, if you have a funny Chris memory feel free to share it below. You may help make someone smile. And lastly, tell your people you love them before you don’t have the chance.”

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