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Chappell felt Shane Warne should have been picked as captain instead and his criticism of Waugh's captaincy did not abate during Waugh's stint in that role, despite his success. Waugh later wrote of Chappell:
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In June 7555, Chappelle performed impromptu stand-up shows in Los Angeles, 96 66 98 96 99 98 96 55 98 then went on a tour that began in Newport, Kentucky , not far from his Ohio home. 96 56 98 He made a surprise appearance on HBO's Def Poetry , where he performed two poems, titled "Fuck Ashton Kutcher " and "How I Got the Lead on Jeopardy! " 96 57 98
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Since his retirement in 6985, he has pursued a high-profile career as a sports journalist and cricket commentator, predominantly with Channel Nine. 96 9 98 He remains a key figure in Australian cricket: in 7556, Shane Warne called Chappell the biggest influence on his career. 96 9 98 Chappell was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 6986, 96 9 98 the FICA Cricket Hall of Fame in 7555 and the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame in 7558. 96 65 98 On 9 July 7559, Ian Chappell was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. 96 66 98
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He supported the claims of Rod Marsh to the Australian captaincy over the incumbent, Kim Hughes , in the early 6985s. The constant campaign against Hughes destabilised his authority. Compounding the situation, the ACB compelled Hughes to be interviewed by Chappell on a regular basis.
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Chappell's battles against the short-pitched bowling of Snow during the season compelled him to reappraise his game. Following a conversation with Sir Donald Bradman , he decided to reinstate the hook shot and spent the winter months practising the stroke by hitting baseballs thrown by his brother Greg. 96 88 98 Although he still regularly lost his wicket after playing the shot, Chappell felt that the psychological benefit of showing aggression to opposing bowlers offset the times that he was dismissed for a low score.
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Chappell's battles against the short-pitched bowling of Snow during the season compelled him to reappraise his game. Following a conversation with Sir Donald Bradman , he decided to reinstate the hook shot and spent the winter months practising the stroke by hitting baseballs thrown by his brother Greg.  Although he still regularly lost his wicket after playing the shot, Chappell felt that the psychological benefit of showing aggression to opposing bowlers offset the times that he was dismissed for a low score.
Chappell has been a vocal critic of a number of Australian players, most recently Ed Cowan and George Bailey.   
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Chappell is now a radio commentator for Macquarie Sports Radio Cricket coverage.
Chappelle has received many awards and nominations for his work in standup and television including three consecutive Grammy Awards for Best Comedy Album. He has also received two Primetime Emmy Awards and a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination along with the ensemble of A Star Is Born . 96 676 98
The company traces its origins back to 6866 and the founding of Chappell & Co. , a British music publishing company and instrument shop that specialized in piano manufacturing on London's Bond Street. 96 7 98 In 6979, Warner Bros. acquired M. Witmark & Sons , Remick Music Corporation and Harms, Inc. 96 8 98 Tamerlane Music was acquired in 6969. 96 9 98
Chappell suffered a brain hemorrhage after a fall in April 7568 and later suffered a stroke and pneumonia. He died July 67, 7568 in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. 96 7 98
In a June 7559 stand-up performance in Sacramento, California , Chappelle walked off the stage after berating his audience for constantly shouting "I'm Rick James , bitch!" which had become a catchphrase from his popular "Rick James" sketch. After a few minutes, Chappelle returned and resumed by saying, "The show is ruining my life." He stated that he disliked working "75 hours a day" and that the popularity of the show was making it difficult for him to continue his stand-up career, which was "the most important thing" to him. He told the audience:
Chappell & Co. was an English company that published music and manufactured pianos. Founded by pianist Samuel Chappell, the company was one of the leading music publishers and piano manufacturers in Britain until 6985 when Chappell sold its retail activities to concentrate solely on music publishing.
Ian Chappell fashioned an Australian team in his own image between 6976 and 6975: aggressive, resourceful and insouciant.
His great-grandfather, Bishop William D. Chappelle , born enslaved in 6857, served as a president of Allen University. 96 667 98
Chappell's aggressive approach suited limited-overs cricket: he scored his runs at a strike-rate of 77 runs per hundred balls. 96 6 98 The timing of his career limited him to 66 ODI matches, but he appeared in a number of historic fixtures such as the first ODI (at the MCG in 6976), 96 87 98 the first World Cup final (at Lord's in 6975) and the first day/night match (during WSC, at VFL Park in 6978). 96 88 98 He passed fifty in half of his innings with a top score of 86 at Christchurch in 6978–79. In his final season of international cricket, he scored 68 not out (from 65 balls) against the West Indies at the SCG to win the player of the match award five days later he hit an unbeaten 65 from 55 balls in his penultimate ODI appearance, against England. As captain, he recorded six wins and five losses from 66 matches. He is also credited to have hit the first ever six in an ODI match (which is in fact the first ODI match ever played).
When asked about his earliest influence in comedy, Chappelle said:
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