SOURCE: Kjersti Flaa Productions

June 28, 2016 14:07 ET

Kevin Hart and Louis C.K. Explain Why Their Stand Up Shows Never Fail and How Their Kids Don't Find Them Funny in Interview With Kjersti Flaa for Upcoming Movie Secret Life of Pets

NEW YORK, NY --(Marketwired - June 28, 2016) - The two comedians sat down with Norwegian reporter Kjersti Flaa last week to discuss their upcoming movie Secret Life of Pets where Hart and C.K. are the voices of the rabbit Snowball and the dog Max. The animated movie hits theaters July 8th.

The actors told Kjersti Flaa that none of their kids are fans of their work on stage.

"My daughter is 14, and she came to see my show for the first time. She was kind of falling asleep. I thought she would be either shocked or think it was great, but right before the show started she asked if she could go back to the hotel," C.K. says.

When asked if they think some comedians are born funny, Hart insists that he was funny as soon as he was born.

"I was killing out the room. I got tape. I didn't have jokes of course, because I couldn't talk, but I gave a lot of… you could tell that I was going to be a big deal," Hart laughs, and adds: "I definitely don't think you can be taught funny."

Hart and C.K., who have sold out comedy shows all over the world, both say that they never have a bad stand-up performance at this level in their careers. No one else, but themselves would notice, if they didn't do a great performance. "We are our worst critics," says Hart.

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