Kojo is fast becoming one of the biggest talents to come out of the UK comedy circuit. He has performed around the world which helped Kojo become a huge success on the hit NBC series LAST COMIC STANDING in America. Kojo has since performed with Chris Rock and most recently, Kojo opened for Kevin Hart at Wembley Arena in 2014 and toured with Dave Chappelle in 2015. In the summer of 2005, Kojo was recruited by CBBC where he presented THE MIGHTY TRUCK OF STUFF on Saturdayafternoons alongside Reggie Yates. Kojo has appeared on Nick Cannon's Wild N OUT on MTV in America & was a hit with MTV Base in the UK with THE FRESH PRINCE OF HACKNEY, THE YOUNG GODS OF COMEDY and two series of his own show, KOJO'S COMEDY FUNHOUSE. Kojo also featured on the panel for the live BBC3 debate show FREE SPEECH where he discussed issues such as the unemployment rate for black men and drugs legalization. In 2013, Kojo released the DVD of his sell-out Live 'N' Kicking Tour, recorded at Hackney Empire. Kojo was also asked to host the first ever DEF COMEDY JAM UK TOUR with music mogul Russell Simmons who is also one of Kojo’s idols and mentors. He made his acting debut in Noel Clarke’s romantic comedy THE KNOT IN 2011 and was recently seen in the urban comedy movie IT'S A LOT and Series 2 of YOUNGERS for E4/Big Talk Productions. From 2010 - 2014, Kojo presented the Breakfast Show every weekday morning on the national radio station CAPITAL XTRA (previously CHOICE FM). Kojo produced his first theatre production Above Roamance which was a sold out production at Hackney Empire. He later released the story as a book now available on Amazon. He has also penned the movie script and is currently in talks to get it made. Kojo had a successful 2016 with the release of his first movie The Weekend which he wrote the screenplay for and launching popular entertainment platform The Colour Network - a lifestyle and entertainment network which showcases positive stories about people from diverse ethnic backgrounds.