Was cast as Dr. Myron Hackett on the medical drama "Heartbeat."
Competed on 16th season of "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC) with professional partner Cheryl Burke
Starred in HBO comedy special " D.L. Hughley: Reset"
Hosted New York-based radio program "The D.L. Hughley Morning Show"
Hosted current events and talk program "D.L. Hughley Breaks the News" (CNN); also executive produced
Cast in "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" (NBC) as one of the stars of a late-night sketch comedy show
Guest hosted "The Late Late Show" (CBS) to fill in for Craig Kilborn
Starred opposite Snoop Dogg in "Soul Plane," a comedy about the maiden flight of a black-owned airline
Co-starred in genre spoof "Scary Movie 3"
Voiced the Gadgetmobile in "Inspector Gadget 2"
Co-starred in comedy drama feature "The Brothers"
Featured alongside Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer, and Bernie Mac in Spike Lee's concert film "The Original Kings of Comedy," based on successful stand-up tour
Starred in own HBO comedy special "Going Home"
Executive produced and starred on "The Hughleys" (ABC, 1998-2000; UPN, 2000-02), loosely based on his own experiences as a black man living in a predominantly white neighborhood
Made TV series debut as regular on short-lived CBS comedy "Double Rush"
Performed in highly-rated "HBO Comedy Half-Hour: D. L. Hughley"
Hosted BET's stand-up series "Comicview"
Appeared on HBO's "Def Comedy Jam"
Was involved with the notorious Los Angeles gang the Bloods between the ages of 12 and 18.
Worked as telemarketer for The Los Angeles Times before finding success as a comedian.
Performed stand-up on the "Chitlin Circuit."