Chuck Sklar began his career in his hometown of Chicago as a stand-up comic, leading to several appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, as well as numerous cable comedy shows. He went on to write for Bill Maher at Politically Incorrect, and Conan at Late Night in the early seasons of those series, before beginning his collaboration with Chris Rock, which kicked off with HBO's The Chris Rock Show, for which Sklar won an Emmy. He went on to work as a writer with Chris on Everybody Hates Chris, the HBO documentary Good Hair, and numerous other film and television projects, including The Academy Awards. Sklar has also written a half dozen or so pilots for HBO, FX, Fox and MTV and worked on the staff of several sitcoms that you probably don't remember. In addition to those staff jobs, Sklar has been a head writer of several late night shows on Comedy Central, MTV and CNN. Finally, Sklar has frequently been in front of the camera, playing the lead in Louis C.K.'s first film, Tomorrow Night, and more recently appearing on the show, Louie on FX, where he played Osama Bin Laden. Sklar first began working with Kamau Bell in 2009 after seeing his one man show, The W. Kamau Bell Curve: Ending Racism In About An Hour.