Katt Williams is in the midst of his most monumental comedic comeback yet. Although, loyal fans who have watched the rise of his inevitable return could argue that he never really fell off. Since his Grammy-winning appearance in the hit FX TV series ‘Atlanta’, Williams has been cast in ‘Black-ish’ – taking on the role of ‘Perry’ (the estranged father of the newly added character, Krya). It looks like mainstream will be seeing a lot more of Williams as he is propelled further into the spotlight.
Williams highly-anticipated re-emergence into primetime comedy has everyone on the edge of their seats. Supported on all fronts by fellow co-stars, celebs and day-1 fans, the world eagerly awaits to watch Williams shoot his shot at career second chances.
Sources at ABC say he’s sober, on his best behavior and a beloved cast member,
“It’s definitely a comeback for Katt. This is a big deal. He was on Atlanta, but this is a mainstream, family-friendly, network series. Everyone is rooting for him, especially stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson.”