Chris Rock (born February 6, 1965) is an African American comedian, actor, producer, writer and director. He was born in Andrews, South Carolina and raised in Brooklyn, New York City. He is known for his jokes about racial stereotypes; he talks a lot about differences that are common between black people and white people in the United States. Rock is also a screenwriter, writing things such as the 'STELLA!' scene in the movie adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire and the earlier episodes of the TV series You Can't Say That In the 'Park! (1992). Chris Rock has been in many television shows, including Everybody Hates Chris and movies, including Dogma.