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Jordan Carlos


Carlos is a popular New York alternative comic. He usually appears as a VH1 talking head and has been in a string of commercials this year for AOL, Pepsi, and the Washington Post. He's known for his signature glasses, unique hair, and preppy Black shtick. Was recently nominated as Best Male Comic of the Year by ECNY (Emerging Comedians of New York... See full bio »

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Known For

Broad City
Broad City Doug
(2014)
Girls
Girls Decker Heyman-Schultz
(2015)
The Affair
The Affair Ernest Schiffbaum
(2015)
Nurse Jackie
(2010)

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  The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (TV Series) (243 episodes, 2015 - 2016) (writer - 16 episodes, 2015)
- Jon Stewart (2016)
- Lewis Black (2016)
- Quinta Brunson (2016)
- Julie Klausner (2016)
- Ana Marie Cox (2016)
 2014 Off the Chain (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Episode #3.5 (2014)
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Other Works:

Contributed comical poem "The Onliest Loneliest Black Kid at The Bar Mitzvah" to book, Bar Mitzvah Disco (Crown). See more »

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Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Trivia:

Auditioned to play Barack Obama on Saturday Night Live (1975) but lost to Fred Armisen. See more »

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