In 2012, Louis won 2 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series in his work on Louie: Pregnant and Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special in his work on Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater.
In 1999, Louis won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program in his work on The Chris Rock Show.
Louis' last name Szekely is from Hungarian descent.
Louis is good friends with actors Chris Graves and Craig Lavalley.
His 1993 short film Ice Cream was not only accepted into the Sundance Film Festival but came to won the grand prize at Aspen Shortfest.
Louis' first film, Tomorrow Night was selected by the Sundance Film Festival.
Louis made the Ten Comics to watch List from the Hollywood Reporter in 2002.
Louis made the "It List" from Entertainment Weekly in 2000.
In 2000 Louis C.K. was listed on the ten comics to watch list in Variety.
Louis' first film, Tomorrow Night, was considered by "New Times L.A" the best film of 2000.
Louis C.K. was ranked #98 on Comedy Central's list of the 100 Greatest Stand-up Comedians of All Time.
He went on a trip across the U.S. with his dog Loona.
He doesn't like to ride the bus from Boston to New York City.
Louis CK has a CD named Louis C. K. Live in Houston.
During his grade school years his surname Szekely was changed to C K as an easy way to pronounce his surname almost correctly as SEE-kay.
He is of Irish, Hungarian and Mexican descent.
Nominated for an Emmy Award 3 times for the Chris Rock Show and won an Emmy in 1999 for Best Writing in a Variety or comedy series in 1999. Also won an Ace Award for producing the Chris Rock Show in 1998.
Louis C.K: HBO is great; You can make fun of Jesus on HBO, but it's too slick for me. I like things kind of junky.
Louis C.K: I like to do things that are wrong in some way;
Louis C.K: I love trying to get really weird ideas on the air, and i even love the whole game of trying to meet people halfway so it'll work.