Louis C.K. was born on September 12, 1967, in Washington D.C., United States as Louis A. Székely. He was raised in Mexico along with his parents and siblings. His father Luis Szekely was an economist whereas his mother Mary Louise Szekely was a software engineer. Louis attended Newton North High School where he finished his graduation.
Louis started his career as a comedy writer and wrote comedies for numerous comedian including David Letterman, Dana Carvey, Conan O'Brien, and Chris Rock. He also directed two hit movies Tomorrow Night and Pootie Tang. He also appeared in short-lived HBO television show, Lucky Louie.
After sometimes, Louis played the supporting role in American fantasy romantic comedy movie, The Invention of Lying, which was directed by Ricky Gervais and Matthew Robinson. The co-stars of this movie are Jennifer Garner, Jonah Hill, Rob Lowe, and Tina Fey. The movie became a huge hit and made a collection of $32.7 million at the box office against the budget of $18.5 million.
Similarly, Louis also appeared in numerous movies and TV shows American Hustle, Blue Jasmine, Trumbo, Horace and Pete, Baskets, Better Things, The Secret Life of Pets, and I Love You, Daddy.
Louis is an American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. He married his girlfriend Alix Bailey after dating her for sometimes. However, he was unable to continue his married life with his wife and divorced her. He shares a joint custody of his two children Kitty Szekely and Mary Louise.
Besides, he has alleged of several sexual misconducts. A number of women accused him of sexual misconduct including Dana Goodman, Julia Wolov, Abby Schachner and Rebecca Corry The news was published by The NY Times. Well, following the allegations, he stated that their stories were true, and he expressed remorse for his actions.
Louis earns a huge amount of money from his professional career. In 2017, his net worth was $52 million according to Forbes. However, his current net worth is under review. He also collected $4.5 million by selling 10000 tickets for his standup shows. He charged $45 per ticket for his shows. He has bought an apartment in New York City's West for $2.45 million.