Chris D’ Elia Biography: 10 Things About Sexual Harassment Accused Comedian
Christopher William D’Elia is an Italian-American stand-up comedian, actor, writer and podcast host. Most of you might recognize his as Henderson form 2019 Netflix thriller series ‘You’.
His father Bill D’Elia was the TV producer and director. Chris D’Elia is doing stand-up comedy since 2006. According to him he was inspired by the some great comedian artist like Jim Carrey, Eddie Murphy, Bryan Callen and Mitzi Shore.
In the recent news Chris D’Elia is accused of sexually harassing multiple teenage girls.
Some girls recently posted images of chat between D’Elia and herself when she was only 16 year old.
One of the girl on her twitter handle she wrote: “for the longest time i thought it was embarrassing for ME that i was interacting with this older man but he was the one who DM’d me on twitter and was the one who was twice my age and was the one that used the power imbalance between us to his advantage so f*** chris d’elia.”
The twitter user said the only reason she never ended meeting D’Elia because she had a boyfriend of her own age.
While Chris D’Elia is criticized and getting thrashed at the twitter, here are some more interesting facts about D’Elia other than being a pedophile:
- His younger brother Matt D’Elia is also a filmmaker and actor.
- He had a guest appearance on the show called Chicago Hope when he was in high school.
- He dint like studies so he dropped out of the college after one year.
- Chris D’Elia gained over 2 million followers on Vine.
- His first one hour stand up special, White Male Black Comic was aired on Comedy Central in 2013.
- He was married to actress Emily Montague in 2006 and got divorced in 2010.
- D’Elia is a father of a single child and he announced the news through his podcast Congratulations in February 2020.
- He lives in the Beachwood Canyon area of Los Angeles alone.
- Deside his TV characters Alex Miller and Danny Burton are frequent drinkers, D’Elia has never consumed drugs or alcohol.
- Once he portrayed Eminem on his show and Eminem loved it so much that he posted the video on his twitter account. Later Eminem include the clip in his music video ‘Homicide’ by Logic. He thanked Eminem for doing do.