About Lil Rel VIP Ticket
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Lil Rel began performing stand-up comedy on Chicago's East Side at a club called the Lion’s Den. Early in his career he performed on BET’s "Comic View" and later the reality competition "Last Comic Standing". The same year he was on "P. Diddy Presents: The Bad Boys of Comedy" on HBO. In 2009, he was part of America's National Night Out Against Crime in Chicago.
In 2012, Lil Rel and five other comedians starred in a revival of the popular 1990s comedy sketch program "In Living Color" on FOX. He went on to work as a writer, producer, and one of the regular cast members of the truTV sketch comedy series, "Friends of the People". In 2015, he began co-starring in the role of Bobby Carmichael on the NBC sitcom "The Carmichael Show".
In early 2016, Netflix added his first exclusive solo stand-up special, "Kevin Hart Presents: Lil Rel: RELevent", for streaming in the United States. The next year, he won the 2017 Best Comedic Performance MTV Movie & TV Award for his performance in Jordan Peele's satire horror film "Get Out".
Lil Rel currently stars in the Fox sitcom "Rel", loosely based on his own life.