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  1. Jordan Haworth Peele ( Nueva York; 21 de febrero de 1979) es un actor, comediante, director y guionista estadounidense. Es conocido por protagonizar la serie de Comedy Central, Key & Peele y por ser parte del elenco de MADtv. En 2014 tuvo un rol recurrente en la serie de FX, Fargo .

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  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Jordan_PeeleJordan Peele - Wikipedia

    Full list. Jordan Haworth Peele (born February 21, 1979) is an American actor, comedian, and filmmaker. He is known for his film and television work in the comedy and horror genres. [1] [2] Peele started his career in sketch comedy before transitioning his career to a writer and director of psychological horror and satirical films.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm1443502Jordan Peele - IMDb

    57 Videos. 99+ Photos. Jordan Peele is an Oscar- and Emmy-winning director, writer, actor, producer, and founder of Monkeypaw Productions. Peele's first feature film, "Get Out," was a critically acclaimed blockbuster, recognized with four Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture.

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  4. Jordan Peele is an actor, comedian and filmmaker. He is known for his duo sketch group Key & Peele with Keegan-Michael Key. He has also directed Get Out (2017), Us (2019), and Nope (2022). Film As actor As director As producer Keanu (2016, also writer) BlacKkKlansman (2018) Candyman (2021, also writer) Honk for Jesus.

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  5. Jordan Haworth Peele es un director, comediante y actor, nacido el 21 de febrero de 1979, en Nueva York, Estados Unidos. Fue estudiante de la Computer School en Manhattan, y más adelante se graduó de The Calhoun School en el Upper West Side de Manhattan en 1997.

  6. 19 de ago. de 2022 · El cineasta neoyorquino Jordan Peele, en 2019. En el vídeo tráiler de '¡Nop!'. Raúl González Madrid - 19 ago 2022 - 05:30CEST Primero fue una familia supremacista blanca que secuestró y sometió...

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