Jermaine Fowler

Actor, comedian and writer Jermaine Fowler voices James Jr., Lunella’s dad, in Disney Branded Television’s “Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur,” based on Marvel’s hit comic books.

One of Hollywood’s fastest rising young talents, Fowler can be seen in “Coming 2 America,” alongside Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall and Leslie Jones. Next, he will be seen in the feature comedy “Am I Ok?,” directed by Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne. He is also set to star in “The U.S.P.S.,” written by Perry Jane.

Fowler starred in and executive produced “Superior Donuts” and co-created and starred in the truTV sketch-comedy series “Friends of the People.” His additional television credits include “Crashing,” “Robot Chicken,” “BoJack Horseman,” the “All That” revival, which he also executive produced, and “The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards,” for which he was the on-camera announcer.

On the big screen, Fowler acted opposite Lakeith Stanfield in “Sorry to Bother You,” directed and written by Boots Riley. Produced by Forest Whitaker, the film made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2018.

Outside of acting, Fowler is developing a Showtime series alongside comedian Moshe Kasher, which focuses on the mystery surrounding Biggie Smalls’ murder.

Fowler began performing stand-up while still in high school and, at the age of 20, moved to New York City to follow his dreams. As a stand-up comic, he has toured nationally with College Humor and Comedy Central on Campus. He was one half of the sketch group BodegaCat Sanchez, alongside Kevin Barnett. In 2012, he was selected as one of Variety’s “New Faces” at the Just for Laughs comedy festival. He also starred in his own Showtime special, “Give ‘Em Hell Kid.”

Raised in Hyattsville, Maryland, Fowler currently resides in Los Angeles.