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Magazine Runs Article About Louis C.K.

NEW YORK—An American entertainment magazine has run, in its most recent issue, an article about comedian and actor Louis C.K., sources reported this week. “We decided to publish an article describing how Louis C.K. is dominating the world of comedy across a variety of media,” said an editor of the magazine in question, who confirmed the three-page profile opens with a present-tense declarative sentence stating that C.K. is about to go on stage. “This article also discusses Louis’ independent online sales model, how he incorporates his experiences as a father into his stand-up, and the creative freedom he enjoys on his TV show Louie. It also contains a sentence comparing his current lucrative successes to his everyman personality.” The publisher confirmed that the profile featured a photo of C.K. looking sad in a black T-shirt and jeans.


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