Emmanuel Hudson Bio
Sun Sign: Sagittarius
Born in: Clarksdale
Famous as: Youtuber
father: Roger Hudson
mother: Brenda Hudson
siblings: Phillip Hudson
education: Fayette County High School
Emmanuel Hudson, also known as “Kosher,” is an American comedian, actor, and social-media influencer. As a child, he had a flair for acting and loved entertaining people around him with his funny jokes and raps. Emmanuel rose to prominence after one of his comedy videos posted on his 'YouTube' channel became viral. He runs the channel with his brother Phillip. Together, they have created several comedy sketches and have appeared in a couple of music videos that have earned millions of 'YouTube' views. Emmanuel is currently signed with 'Archive Entertainment,' an Atlanta-based talent agency. He made a transition to TV with 'MTV's 'Wild 'n Out' and has been part of the show for several seasons. Additionally, Emmanuel has made appearances in a few TV and web series.
- Emmanuel began his career in the social-media arena while living in Atlanta, Georgia. He created his 'YouTube' channel, 'Emmanuel N Phillip Hudson,' in May 2009. The collaborative channel consists of several comedy videos featuring Emmanuel and his brother, Phillip. He had 1.2 million followers on ‘Vine’ before the app was taken down.Recommended Lists:
- Emmanuel's prominence as a 'YouTube' comedian peaked 3 years after he joined the platform. It all started with a 'YouTube' video called 'Asking All Them Questions.' Released in 2012, the video featured Emmanuel making funny faces while sitting in the passenger seat of a car. Amidst the act, Emmanuel was seen relating the plight of a man faced with his nagging and overly suspicious girlfriend. Emmanuel instilled comedy by portraying the man as someone who was aggravated for being constantly asked about his whereabouts and doubted of interacting with other women. The video became viral over the internet, and Emmanuel shot to fame.
- Emmanuel was born on December 13, 1990, in Clarksdale, Mississippi, to Brenda and Roger Hudson. He is the second-youngest of the eight children of his parents. In 1998, he, along with his family, moved to Jonesboro, Georgia, where he attended 'Fayette County High School.Recommended Lists: