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Warnock first realised that he wanted to be a comedian whilst he was a pupil at Raymont Junior Academy in Savannah, Georgia. He was a fat child who was bullied and he enjoyed the laughter of his classmates when he mocked his tormentors.
After working as a barber he began a full-time career as a stand-up comedian in 1995. He travelled the United States performing all over the country, on BET's Comicview, and in the Turner South series That Comedy Show. He wrote material for the television show It's Showtime at the Apollo, and comedians Monique and Chris Tucker,
He made a documentary on black comedians called No Joke, which he co-produced with comedian J. Anthony Brown from the Tom Joyner Morning Show. The documentary features life on the road with black comedians such as Steve Harvey, Renaldo Ray and Paul Mooney.
Warnock and his wife, Eunissa, have five children: Akintunde II (born 1994); Jaleel (1996); Deja (1997); Khalia (August 2000); Elijah Prince (November 2002). They live in Irmo, South Carolina.
- Brutally Honest (2004)
Christian Comedy Live (2006)
- It's Time to Laugh, Vol.1 (2009)
- Few, Jenel (July 26, 2012). "Savannah's favorite, funny son Akintunde Warnock returns". Savannah Morning News. Retrieved August 12, 2018.