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Jean Grae

Jean Grae is a modern day polymath you may know from being a critically acclaimed, internationally renowned lyricist, performer, writer and producer. Since like… 25 years ago. She’s only 6 now. What a talent.

Maybe you've seen her on “Night Train with Wyatt Cenac,” “Thrilling Adventure Hour” or “2 Broke Girls.” You might not know her from Marvel comic books, where she punched Deadpool in the face, in vol 4 issue #25. Perhaps you own one of her 21 albums, adult instructional EPs, or multimedia books. Was it when you heard her on “2 Dope Queenz,” “Another Round,” guest bailiff on “Judge John Hodgman,” or attended her hilarious screenplay of “Ghostbusters 2 ½”? “Goonies II”? Was it her Jezebel cooking column?

Listen, we can’t make this bio 20 pages, as we just keep listing all the things.

Never mind. I know.

You went to the Church of the Infinite You at Union Hall, where as minister she holds services on Sundays. You just stayed there until her live talk show, “The Show Show" finally did you in. I’m not gonna sit here and guess anymore. You know Jean Grae from doing a lot of things that you enjoy.

This bio could've just been one line. Dammit.