Kurt Metzger is an American comedian, writer, and actor. He was born on August 15, 1977, in New Jersey.
Metzger began his career in comedy in the early 2000s, performing at clubs and festivals across the United States. He gained prominence as a writer on the television show “Chappelle’s Show,” where he worked from 2004 to 2006.
In addition to his work as a writer, Metzger has also appeared on several television shows, including “Inside Amy Schumer,” “Horace and Pete,” and “The Jim Gaffigan Show.” He has also released several comedy albums and specials.
Metzger is known for his edgy and controversial style of comedy, which often tackles taboo subjects such as race, gender, and politics. He has been the subject of controversy for some of his material, including a joke about rape that drew criticism from some quarters.
Metzger continues to tour and perform stand-up comedy, as well as producing new content for television and other media. He remains a divisive figure in the world of comedy, but continues to have a loyal following of fans who appreciate his unique style and perspective.