If you are a fan of the comic star named Louis C. K, then you’d love to read through this article about the comedy duo who accused Louis of sexual harassment. Dana Min Goodman & Julia Wolov are the creators of the popular MTV series titled Faking It. The duo has been in the limelight for a long while following the sexual harassment claims against the famous comedian Louis C. K. Meanwhile, C.K. is an American comic star, actor, writer, and producer; best known for his works on Shameless, The Chris Rock Show, Live in Houston, and many others.
Amazingly, the comedian has received several accolades for his excellent contributions in the American entertainment industry. So far, he has recorded six Primetime Emmy Awards in his name as well as two Grammy Awards and a Peabody Award, just to mention a few. Louis is currently regarded as the fourth best stand-up comedian of all time. He has worked with other comic stars including David Letterman, Dana Carvey, Chris Rock, and Conan O’Brien, among others.
While Louis was on his way to the peak of his comedy career, 2017 became a year of reckoning for the star. Not only did Dana Min Goodman & Julia Wolov unveil their experience; but a host of other women also voiced out about the sexual misconduct involving the comedian. Since then, the duo has been in the limelight while Louis’ sexual assault allegation continues to dominate the media. Interestingly, we have taken time to gather interesting facts about these amazing ladies Dana and Julia. Learn more about them below.
Interesting Things To Know About Dana Min Goodman & Julia Wolov
Dana Min Goodman Began Her Acting Career in 2002
The star actress was born and raised in the United States, Mount Prospect, Illinois to be precise. When she completed her basic and higher education, Goodman went to Chicago where she kicked off her acting career. She made her first film appearance in 2002 when she played a minor role in the two films titled Barbershop and Tenfold. She went on to appear in dozens of movies including Reno 911; Bedtime Stories, The Ridiculous, and The Bunny House, among others.
Julia Wolov Previously Worked as a Writer and Performer with The Second City Improv Group
While it is already known that Julia Wolov is from Tulsa in Oklahoma, United States; she also acquired her bachelor’s degree from Indiana State University. After her graduation, the amazing lady relocated to Chicago where she became part of an entertainment group tagged The Second City Improv group that was based in Chicago. For the next two years, Wolov wrote several stories and also performed along with the group. Some of her popular stories include Bright Lights, Betty White’s Titties.
The Pair Created The MTV Show Titled Faking It in 2014
Guess you might be wondering, how did these two meet? Well, the duo met each other in 1995 during Chicago’s ImprovOlympic. At the time, they were both taking classes there. After they graduated, the pair teamed up and started working together. They have worked on several projects including the demonstration of what a shaky L ride does to one’s bosom. They equally appeared on Kenny Rogers’ music where they illustrated moments of date rape.
Subsequently, the two friends got their big break in 2002 during the Colorado festival where the alleged sexual assault against Louis C.K. took place. They both worked as writers for MTV shows including Punk’d and Good Vibes. In 2014, they both started their own comedy show on the MTV network. The show was titled Faking It and it premiered in 2014 and ran for two years ending in 2016 after completing 38 episodes. Asides from the show, the pair have featured together in several films including Bedtime Stories, The House Bunny, and The Ridiculous, etc.
Dana Min Goodman & Julia Wolov’s Sexual Allegation Against Comic Louis C. K.
According to the two best friends, the famous entertainer Louis C. K. had sexually assaulted them in a hotel in Colorado. The event was said to have happened during the Comedy Arts Festival held in Aspen, Colorado in 2002. Dana and Julia disclosed that they accompanied the comedian to his hotel room because they thought nothing was wrong with it. However, on getting to the hotel room the comedian abruptly brought out his manhood and masturbated in the presence of the two ladies. After the incident, the pair had told many people about it but each time they always got backlashes from people.
Surprisingly, in November 2017, three other women including comic stars Rebecca Corry and Abby Schachner shared the story of C.K. incessant harassment with the press. This gingered other celebrities who couldn’t speak out including Dana Min Goodman and her best friend Wolov to join in sharing their experience with the comic star.