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    Demi Adejuyigbe


    Demi Adejuyigbe


    Oluademilade Adejuyigbe, known professionally as Demi Adejuyigbe (/ˈdɛmi əˌdɪdʒuˈiːbeɪ/ DEM-ee ə-DIJ-oo-EE-bay; born August 2, 1992), is a British-born American writer, comedian, and social media personality. He is best known for co-hosting the podcast Gilmore Guys, and his work on the NBC comedy series The Good Place and the CBS late-night show The Late Late Show with James Corden. In 2018, he was named as one of Vulture magazine's "38 Comedians You Should and Will Know". Adejuyigbe initially gained notoriety from his online presence on Vine under the name "Electrolemon." After graduating from the University of Texas, he moved to Los Angeles and began working as an office manager for FOX Animation Domination High Definition programming and then interned at Ben Stiller's Red Hour Productions. Adejuyigbe was hired as a Vine producer for the digital team at Funny or Die and later became a digital producer for @midnight in 2014. He hosted Points Party, a spin-off talk show of @midnight posted exclusively on Snapchat. Adejuyigbe has gained recognition for his comedy music clips, which he posts to Twitter and YouTube. These include parody raps in the style of Will Smith and an annual video of him dancing to the song "September" by Earth, Wind & Fire uploaded on September 21, the date mentioned in the song. In 2018 he sold T-shirts identical to the one he wears in each video, with all of the proceeds (over $17,000) going to RAINN, RAICES, and the National Center for Transgender Equality. In 2020 he used the video as a charity fundraiser, raising over $300,000 to be split between several community organizations. In 2021, he retired the series with a final video that included him dancing on the ceiling like Fred Astaire and later Lionel Richie, and included thanks from members of Earth, Wind & Fire at the end. In one day, his fundraiser raised over $800,000 for Imagine Waterworks, the West Fund, and the Sunrise Movement. Adejuyigbe joined the writers' room for the first season of NBC's The Good Place and was credited on the season's tenth episode, "Chidi's Choice." Until the summer of 2019, he worked as a writer for CBS' The Late Late Show with James Corden. In 2020 he wrote for The Amber Ruffin Show. Description above from the Wikipedia article Demi Adejuyigbe, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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