Kevin Barnett (comedian)
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|Born||August 7, 1986|
|Died||January 22, 2019|
|Citizenship||United States of America|
Kevin Barnett (August 7, 1986 – January 22, 2019) was an American actor and stand up comedian. Barnett was the co-creator of “Rel,” a sitcom starring Lil Rel Howery that debuted on Fox in September of 2018. Barnett was also a writer on Comedy Central's Broad City and The Carmichael Show Barnett started his career on MTV's Guy Code before becoming a co-creator of the sketch comedy show Friends of the People. He was also featured in the Mike Birbiglia film Sleepwalk with Me. Barnett died unexpectedly of non-traumatic pancreatitis at the age of 32 while on a vacation. Tributes poured out in his memory across the comedy world.
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