Jordan Peele is a comedian and actor. He is best known for his comedy show, Key and Peele. He was born to a biracial couple in New York City on February 21, 1979. He went to Sarah Lawrence College as part of the class of 2001. Although his first big screen appearance wasn’t until 2003, he began his show business career at the age of 15. He appeared in an ABC News Special about President Bill Clinton answering questions for children. His question centered asking President Clinton on how he planned to help households where the father could not financially support the family. From that point, his comedic career moved on to MADTv where he met his future partner Keegan-Michael Key. They were the stars of Key and Peele and even directed and starred in the movie, Keanu.
Jordan is most likely Agnostic. He hasn’t talked much about his religion but has mentioned that he believes in a higher power.
He hasn’t publicly declared any political position, but he appears to lean more liberal. He seems to make fun of both parties, but seems to agree more socially with the left.
Jordan attended the Los Angeles premiere of his film, Keanu, in May 2016 married to Chelsea Peretti. He officially announced the marriage at the movie’s premiere. Peele and Peretti eloped and invited only their dog to the wedding. In the opinion of family and friends, they did it right.
Jordan’s sign of the Zodiac is Pisces.
His father is African-American and his mother is Caucasian. Jordan auditioned to parody the part of Barack Obama on Saturday Night Live but did not get the part. However, he went on the parody Barack Obama on his own show on MADTv later on.
Along with Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World in April 2014.