Comedian Dave Chappelle was honored for his career in comedy over the weekend.
The award ceremony is typically filled with testimonials and performances from different artists. Comedians in attendance this year included Trevor Noah, Jon Stewart and Tiffany Haddish. Other notable celebrities there included John Legend, Q-Tip, Bradley Cooper and Morgan Freeman.
The ceremony will be aired Jan. 7 on PBS. (RELATED: Comedians Are Demolishing Progressive Thought Police, And It’s Driving The Media Crazy)
Chappelle began his stand-up career as a high school student in Washington, D.C. He is best known for his comedic sketch show “Chappelle’s Show.” The show began in 2003 and ran for three seasons before Chappelle took an extended break from comedy.
Chappelle returned to comedy with a trio stand-up specials, “The Age Of Spin,” “Deep In The Heart Of Texas” and “Sticks And Stones,” set to debut on Netflix. The deal cost Netflix $60 million total.