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Jermaine Fowler - Overview

Date of Birth: May 16, 1988    
Place of Birth: Washington D.C., United States
Nationality: United States
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Comedian Jermaine Fowler rose quickly from popular standup and television sketch comedy performer to executive producer of two series, including a semi-autobiographic sitcom for ABC, all before reaching the age of 30. Born May 16, 1988 in Washington, D.C., Fowler began performing standup at talent contests and local establishments while still a high schooler in Hyattsville, Maryland. In 2006, he relocated to New York City, and began performing at comedy clubs while also landing appearances in television commercials for McDonald's and Sports Illustrated, among other companies. In less than a decade's time, Fowler was a regular on comedy series like the alternative talk program "The Eric Andre Show" (Adult Swim, 2012- ) and MTV's "Guy Code (2011-14). He also enjoyed viral stardom through appearances on sites like College Humor, as well as his own work with fellow comic Kevin Barnett in the duo BodegaCat Sanchez. The latter team-up produced a series of critically praised shorts called "Homo Thugs," in which Fowler and Barnett lampooned issues of race and sexuality by... Read More
Co-starred on "Superior Donuts"
Had a memorable turn as an announcer on "The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards"
Had a recurring role on "Crashing"
Developed "Dolores & Jermaine" for ABC
Voiced Pete Repeat on "BoJack Horseman"
2014 - 2015
Starred on, wrote, and executive produced "Friends of the People"
Made first recurring TV appearance on "The Eric Andre Show"