How Kevin Hart Went From Being a Comedian to the Guy Who Owns Comedy He's one of America's most famous funnymen, but here's what most people don't see: Kevin Hart is often in his office, running a far more ambitious comedy machine.
Considering how proud Kevin Hart is of the headquarters of his company, you'd think the place would be downright palatial. But it's not. It's simple, almost austere. It's a series of small offices, a reception area and a conference room, and it takes up a floor of a nondescript building in downtown Encino, Calif., on Ventura Boulevard, across from a Korean BBQ joint. The rooms are sparsely furnished. There are a lot of photos and posters of Hart, of course, but otherwise there is no expensive art, no designer tchotchkes on the credenzas, no tasteful floor coverings that could fund a motion picture production.
No, the thing about this office that fills Kevin Hart with such pride isn't its appearance. It's the fact that it's still his.