Jordan Klepper is an American comedian, writer, producer, political commentator, actor, and television host. He hosted the satirical Comedy Central program The Opposition with Jordan Klepper from 2017 to 2018, and he starred in the docuseries, Klepper, which aired in 2019. Klepper began his career as a member of The Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade, where he met his wife Laura Grey. Soon after, they began producing and starring in their own short films that they wrote together. In 2014 Klepper became a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart as host. He remained in the show with Trevor Noah until 2017, and returned in December 2019 to be on the campaign trail with Trump supporters.
|Born:||March 9, 1979, Kalamazoo, Michigan, U.S.|
|Medium:||Television, theatre, film, books|
|Education:||Kalamazoo Central High School|
|Alma mater:||Kalamazoo College|
|Genres:||Political/news satire, improvisational comedy, blue comedy, sarcasm, sketch comedy, surreal humor|
|Subject(s):||American politics, American culture, political punditry, popular culture, current events, mass media/news media, civil rights|
|IMDb:||Jordan Klepper's IMDb|
About Jordan Klepper
American comedian, writer, actor, and television host. He is known for his comedy writing and his appearances in several television series and films.
After graduating from a double major in math and theater at Kalamazoo College, he moved to Chicago to perform at The Second City. He then moved to new York and became a member of the Upright Citizen's Brigade. On March 3, 2014, he made his debut on The Daily Show.
He has been featured in several press outlets and magazines for his comedy including the Village Voice, Harvard Gazette, and Wired.
He was born and raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He married Laura Grey in 2013.
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- Kalamazoo College alumni
- American media critics
- Criticism of journalism
- American social commentators
- Male actors from Michigan
- American comedy writers
- American satirists
- Male feminists
- American television talk show hosts