As a child Katt rejected a scholarship to The National Science Academy.
Katt was inspired by the likes of great humorists such as Richard Pryor Donn Knotts, Eddie Murphy, Bill Cosby, George Carlin, Thomas Marshall, Jeff Foxworthy, Whoopi Goldberg, Jerry Seinfeld and Dave Chapelle.
Katt received outstanding grades and a slew of academic honors in school.
He is of African-American descent.
Katt played Lord Have Mercy in the movie Norbit.
As a means to get into a nightclub where he was underage one evening, Katt noticed that they weren't checking IDs in the line for comics and proceeded to enter the club through that entrance. Thinking that he would be able to chill and enjoy the party, he was called on stage where he did a five-minute improv to an enthusiastic crowd.
Katt lives in Los Angeles California.
His trademarks are hats and permed hair.
Katt has eight children, including seven adopted children.
He is 5'5".
Katt joined the Nation Of Islam for a brief period when he moved to the Bay area, but dropped out soon after.
Katt's favorite books: Harry Potter series, The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremecy, The Bourne Legacy, and The TuPac Shakur series.
Katt's favorite television shows are: Wild 'N Out, My Wife & Kids, Girlfriends, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Arrested Development, Futurama, Family Guy, and Nick at Nite.
Katt was arrested at the Los Angeles airport on Monday, November 6th, 2006 for felony posession of a loaded concealed stolen firearm. Katt was stopped at the security checkpoint and searched, producing three guns that he had checked in, and the stolen one as well.
Katt raps on The Game's mix tape "Ghost Unit", where they talk down to Roc-a-fella records.
Katt appears in the Paul Wall video for Girl.
Katt appeared in Nick Cannon's video for Gigolo in 03.
Katt is working on a solo debut album, to be released in 2007.
Katt auditioned for the Montreal Comedy Festival in 2001, and was chosen as one of the New Face Of Comedy.
Katt played his character 'Money Mike' in Lil Kim's Video Lighter's Up in 2005.
Katt appears in the Westside Connection video "It's The Holidaze".
Katt is sponsored by T-Mobile and Capri Jewelers.
Katt went on his first film audition for Friday After Next, and landed the role of 'Money Mike'.
Katt was awarded Cedric The Entertainer's Anheiser-Busch "Best Los Angeles Comic's Award" in the summer of 2001.
Katt moved from Dayton to Los Angeles, California in 1999. Within a year and a half, he was a success, performing at The Laugh Factory, The Improv, The Comedy Store, and The Icehouse.
Katt became a single father in 1995. He has since adopted seven more children, and remains a single father.
Katt won an Orational Competition at age nine, in Dayton, Ohio. The crowd approached him and told him how funny he was, and that is when he told his mom that he wanted to be a comedian.
Katt recited the poem 'Anyway' at age eight, for the NAACP.
Katt is the son of an ex Black Panther.
Katt is name 'Hottest New Artist' by Rolling Stone Magazine, in 2006.
Katt is known as an actor, comedian, and recording artist.
Katt began reading at three years old. His parents didn't send him to his room for a punishment, because he liked to sit and read so much.
Katt earned a full scholarship to the Nationl Science Academy, a private school in Dayton, Ohio.
He appears in Lil Scrappy's music video, Money In The Bank.
He has an HBO comedy stand-up special called Katt Williams: Pimp Chronicles Pt. 1. It's an hour-long featuring many guest artists.
He was in Outkast's video Roses.
You will see Katt in E-40's video U and Dat.
Katt recently became a member of Dipset, Cam-ron's group, in 2006.
Katt Williams: I was young. You know when you are young, you just do what you do. I can use my I.Q. now. I had a high I.Q as an 8 years old. So you know what was I gonna do with it. I was just trying to be impressive and not mess up.
Katt Williams: Improv is where a comic really gets to shine, if he is good. That's as close as a comedian can get to the playoffs. I went through those years were I wanted to be the funny comic, now I'm trying to be the greatest comic of my time.
Katt Williams: I'm on the grind 23/6. The blessing now is that I got the gift and I got the thing to work the gift and I got the reason to be working.
Katt Williams: Everything, everywhere is comedy material. To watch and view the world via television, newspapers, movies and music translate our world into funny. There is no subject where funny doesn't exist.
Katt Williams: I'm in the great comedian lane. Once you're in that lane, that's just the beginning of it. The getting there is the journey.
Katt Williams: I have eight children, seven adopted. When my son Micah was born, it changed my life. Every week when I'm able to clothe and feed my family, pay my staff and travel around the world solely on the strength of comedy, that is my greatest accomplishment.
Katt Williams: My goal is to build a comedy empire and help restore dignity to our profession. It's the best I ever feel when I'm on stage, putting the thoughts from my head into those of an audience. Applause is my drug of choice.