News Louis CK appears at official New York City meeting, says nothing Louis C.K. performing stand-up. Photo Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images By MATTHEW CHAYES firstname.lastname@example.org @chayesmatthew August 4, 2015 4:53 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Comedian Louis CK made an unannounced visit Tuesday afternoon to a mundane meeting of New York City Financial Control Board, the panel set up in 1975 to oversee the city's finances as the city teetered on the verge of bankruptcy. During the meeting in midtown, Louis CK, real name Louis Szekely, 47, sat next to mayoral spokeswoman Amy Spitalnick and jotted down notes on paper. He said nothing before leaving. Reached by email, another de Blasio spokeswoman, Ishanee Parikh, said, "Louis CK is shadowing the mayor for a project in development." Later in the afternoon, the comedian appeared at City Hall, walking behind a gate toward the mayor's office for what Spitalnick predicted would be hours. The comedian played the mayor's "anger translator" during the annual Inner Circle roast dinner in March, helping hizzoner respond to skits by the city's political reporters. The mayor's skit translated de Blasio's supposed true, darker, thoughts. By MATTHEW CHAYES email@example.com @chayesmatthew Matthew Chayes, a Newsday reporter since 2007, covers New York City Hall. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Louis C.K. recounts poop-filled appearance with mayorLouis C.K. joked around with Mayor de Blasio, but was he hiding something? De Blasio, Louis CK laugh it up at show with reportersHis habitual tardiness was skewered. 'Game of Thrones' dominates Emmy Award nominations Game Of Thrones is killing the nomination game! Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.