Comedian Michael Ian Black is perhaps best known for his work on 'The State,' the early '90s MTV sketch comedy show that also launched the careers of director David Wain ('Role Models'), comedian Ken Marino ('Party Down'), and Michael Showalter ('Stella'). Fans of that show are rejoicing, because 'The State' just came out on DVD -- good timing considering Black this month debuted a new comedy ...
When comedian Michael Ian Black ('Best Week Ever,' 'Stella') first began using micro-blogging site Twitter last month, he was surprised to find that his popularity on the site was eclipsed by actor LeVar Burton ('Star Trek: The Next Generation,' 'Reading Rainbow'). A heavy adapter of the Web 2.0-lifestyle, LeVar Burton keeps a blog (where he narrates all of his posts!) and is a prolific Twitter ...
Poor Michael Ian Black. First 'The State' got canceled, then 'Stella.' He's since been reduced to one-liners on VH1's 'I Love the (fill in the blank)' series, and now he's had his Facebook account disabled. The under-appreciated comedian had his account disabled for unspecified reasons, which led him to post a scathing and hilarious rant on his blog: "How am I supposed to receive invitations to ...
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