Wikipedia Biography / Profile Background
- Patricia Williams, also known as ‘Ms. Pat,’ is an American stand-up comedian, podcast creator, and author.
- A touring stand-up comedian, Ms. Pat has traveled across the United States and sold out venues, while also promoting her book Rabbit – A Memoir by Patricia Williams & releasing new episodes of her own podcast The Patdown.
Personal Life, Parents and Family Details :
- Ms. Pat has had a rough childhood and she is not afraid to share it with her audience.
- She was born in a disorganized family in a neighborhood in the West end of Atlanta, where she learned how to take care of herself at a very young age and she learned it the hard way.
- As a teenager, she became a drug dealer and even earned her street name ‘Rabbit’.
- Ms. Pat got pregnant early and had her first children at the tender age of 14 and 15 respectively. Later on, she was handed four more children who belonged to her sister who was, unfortunately, dealing with drug addiction.
- Patricia met her husband when she was 19 and got married the same year. He was 21 at the time and a military vet who helped her change her life for the good.
- For the next decade of her life, Ms. Pat dedicated herself to raising her big family and providing the kids with education and values she couldn’t have.
- Currently, she lives in Indianapolis with her spouse and three children.
Early Life and Education :
- Ms. Pat could never afford to go to college or really dedicate a fair amount of time to traditional education. She learned what she needed to from the culture of the street during her childhood and teenage years. Many years later, she emerged as a brave woman spreading her message of ‘Not being afraid of what you have been through, but proud of whom you have become’.
- Her career’s early beginnings are somewhat bizarre as Ms. Pat was first made aware of her talent to tell jokes during her regular visits to the welfare office for food stamps and Section 8 housing assistance.
- It wasn’t until 2003 when she decided to go on a stage for an Open-Mic Show, that she truly uncovered her talent.
Career, Job, Salary and Net Worth :
- Since 2003, Miss Pat’s career kept on getting more and more successful until she made it to TV shows such as Last Comic Standing on NBC, This is Not Happening on Comedy Central, Stand-up in Stilettos on TV Guide Network and Mom’s Night Out on Nickelodeon.
- In 2017, she started touring across the United States with her own comedy show and has booked dates throughout 2019 all the way to 2020.
- Ms. Pat’s shows are of brutal honesty and this is how she won the hearts of her audience as a podcast celebrity. She was a podcast guest for a long time and has made appearances on WTF with Marc Maron, The Joe Rogan Experience, Skeptic Tank by Ari Shafir, The CrabFeast with Ryan Sickler and many more. However, she felt like she could do more, so she started her own podcast that her fans absolutely love, The Patdown.
- Since her life was far from regular, Ms. Pat decided to publish an autobiography, Rabbit, featuring her early years. The book was a finalist for NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literature and a finalist for the 2018 Southern Book Prize for Biography and History. The New York Times call it “outrageous” in their review.
Fun Facts, Height and Trivia :
- Ms. Pat purchased her first Cadillac when she was 16.
- By the time she became an adult, she had already been shot two times.
- Her website has an online shop where her fans can find anything from her book and comedy albums to T-shirts and slippers with funny messages on them.
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Love Me some Ms.Pat. Trying to get her book, but having a hard time.
I just finished “Rabbit”. Wow!!! I am a 71-year-old white lady and I’m still learning. I began reading thinking it was going to be a funny memoir with, of course, some bad things too. Well, to my surprise, it was a very well written story of your unbelievable life!!! No one should ever go through what you went through.
For that, I must say I am so sorry! But you made me understand and even giggle at times because you put it out there for me to see. The book was fantastic!! Thank you.