|Alma mater||Columbia College Chicago|
|Occupation(s)||Television producer, director, writer, actor|
|Known for||Co-creator of Everybody Hates Chris|
|Spouse||Adrienne LeRoi (1992–2019)|
|Awards||NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series|
Everybody Hates Chris (2008)
Ali LeRoi (born February 12, 1962) is an Emmy Award-winning American television producer, director, writer and actor. He is best known as the co-creator of the Chris Rock semi-autobiographical sitcom Everybody Hates Chris, for which he won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series in 2008.
LeRoi met Rock during the set on his eponymous HBO late-night talk show in 1997. LeRoi wrote and directed several episodes of the series, on a team that earned four consecutive Emmy Award nominations (1998-2001) for "Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program," winning that Emmy in 1999. In 2001, the talk show was also nominated for "Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series," citing LeRoi as a Supervising Producer.
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Ali LeRoi made his feature directorial debut on the movie.
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