Jordan Peele

comedian, actor and filmmaker

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Actor and comedian Jordan Peele is the star of Comedy Central's Key & Peele. He's also the director and producer of the film Get Out.

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‘Get   Out’ is not your typical Oscar film--it’s a low-budget horror movie from a first-time director.

Writer-director Jordan Peele on ‘Get Out’

‘Get Out’ is not your typical Oscar film--it’s a low-budget horror movie from a first-time director.

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Comedian Jordan Peele joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss his directorial debut Get Out. (REPEAT)

Jordan Peele: Get Out

Comedian Jordan Peele joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss his directorial debut Get Out. (REPEAT)

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