R.I.P. Jak Knight, stand-up comic Dies at 28

A professional comedian, entertainer, and essayist, Knight as of late acquired public unmistakable quality as the co-maker and co-star of Peacock satire series Bust Down

Past that, Knight was a remarkable new ability in the realm of TV parody, with credits, as both an essayist and an entertainer,

on shows like Black-ish and Big Mouth (where he played DeVon), and a long line of celebrated stand-up sets. Per Variety, no reason for death has been delivered. Knight was 28.

Initially from Seattle, Knight originally became famous in the Los Angeles parody scene, scoring an early media outlet gig after an experience with satire team 

The Lucas Brothers prompted them extending to him a composing employment opportunity on their Adult Swim show Lucas Bros. Moving Company.

From that point, he kept on creating as both an essayist and a stand-up, earning more extensive respect in 2018, when he was chosen as one of a few comics to do a 15-minute set for Netflix's The Comedy Lineup. 

(A differentiation Knight imparted to Bust Down co-maker Sam Jay, whose Pause With Sam Jay saw Knight recruit on as an essayist, entertainer, and maker as of late.)

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