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Jermaine Fowler

Jermaine Fowler is starring in Paramount’s upcoming film, "Coming to America 2," opposite Eddie Murphy – set to be released December 2019. Jermaine also starred in the independent film "Buffaloed" opposite Zoey Deutch, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, April 2019. Jermaine could most recently be seen in Boots Riley and Annapurna’s "Sorry to Bother You," opposite Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, and Armie Hammer. Jermaine is known for his roles on HBO’s "Crashing" for Judd Apatow, and in CBS’ "Superior Donuts," in which he starred and was an executive producer on. His comedy special for Showtime, "Give Em Hell Kid," premiered to great reviews, and he recently served as the official announcer for the Primetime Emmy Awards.

On the writing side, Jermaine is developing "The Come Up" for New Line, which wrote and will star in alongside Lil Rel Howery and The Lucas Brothers. He also wrote and is attached to star in the urban buddy comedy "Deadass", alongside Hannibal Buress and Vince Staples. Jermaine also wrote a recent article in GQ where he explained why he should star in "Black Panther."