|Birth Day:||November 24, 1987|
|Birth Place:||Miami, United States|
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He launched his blog in June of 2006. He started creating content for YouTube in 2009.
Kid Fury launched a YouTube channel in 2010 where he hosted a vlog series called Furious Thoughts. At the time of the launch he also had a comedy blog and created the YouTube account to drive traffic to his blog. His videos featured comedic, unfiltered takes on pop culture and his real life and attracted a large, diverse audience. The New York Observer called him "Black Twitter's Kingmaker", and Ebony's Jamilah Lemieux compared him to Eddie Murphy.
In 2011, Kid Fury met future collaborator Crissle West, who later moved to New York City in 2013. Chris Morrow approached Fury about doing a podcast with Morrow's then-startup podcasting company, the Loud Speakers Network. Fury asked West to join him and they named the podcast The Read. As of January 2019, The Read was averaging 400,000 listeners per episode. In 2019, the podcast's television adaptation, The Read with Kid Fury and Crissle West, premiered on Fuse.
Kid Fury moved to New York City in 2012. As of July 2013, his videos had over 10 million views. In 2016, he told NBC: "As a person of color and gay man, it is three times as hard to get opportunities in this industry, so I am doing my best to create my own...I'm building my business instead of waiting for others to give me the keys."
In 2016, Kid Fury put on a live version of his show that consisted largely of stand-up comedy, called "Furious Thoughts Live". He also appeared as a supporting character in the second season of Dear White People.
In July 2018, it was announced that Kid Fury was developing a television show for HBO with executive producer Lena Waithe. The project is described as a "surreal dark comedy" that will follow a gay Black man in his twenties, navigating life in New York City with depression. Kid Fury met producer Chloe Pisello of Avalon Television, who enjoyed the pitch and helped him shop the show around to several networks. Eventually, they signed a deal with HBO.
He is noted for advocating for Missy Elliott to receive MTV's VMA Video Vanguard Award on The Read. Elliott received the award in 2019 and thanked Kid Fury and West for drumming up support during her acceptance speech.
Currently, Kid Fury is 33 years, 10 months and 26 days old. Kid Fury will celebrate 34th birthday on a Wednesday 24th of November 2021.
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