Jermaine Fowler is an American actor, comedian, and writer who was born in New York City on November 22, 1988. He grew up in Maryland, where he developed an early interest in comedy. He moved to Los Angeles after graduating from high school to pursue a career in entertainment.
|BIRTHDAY||November 22, 1988|
|NET WORTH (EST.)||$1,000,000|
Fowler started out as a stand-up comedian, performing at clubs and colleges across the country. He won the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta in 2012, which helped him gain national attention. He has also appeared on “The Half Hour” on Comedy Central and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” In addition to stand-up comedy, Fowler has appeared on television and in films. He starred as Eric in the TBS sitcom “Superior Donuts,” which ran from 2017 to 2018. He also appeared on the FX show “You’re the Worst” and the NBC show “Crowded.”
In 2021, Fowler made his Comedy Central debut as a host and executive producer on “The New Negroes,” a stand-up comedy show that explores race, culture, and identity. He also works on the show as a writer and executive producer.
Fowler is the son of a Puerto Rican father and an African American mother. He is married to fellow comedian and actress Rachel Feinstein and has one sister. They have a daughter together. In his spare time, Fowler enjoys spending time with his family and volunteering.