Beaumont Gino Peele is a well-known celebrity child. Jordan Haworth Peele and Chelsea Peretti are Gino Peele’s parents. Both of his parents are well-known performers and comedians in Hollywood. Beaumont’s father is most known for his roles in horror and comic films in film and television. Similarly, his mother rose to fame after portraying Gina Linetti in the comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Because his parents rarely take him outside and rarely post pictures of him on social media, only a few details about Beaumont are known. His parents have kept him out of the media’s needless spotlight.
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Beaumont Gino Peele was born on July 1st, 2017, under the Cancer zodiac sign. Beaumont was born in Los Angeles, California. Peele is of mixed racial heritage and holds American nationality. His father is of mixed racial heritage (Afro-American and English), while his mother is of Italian, Jewish, and English descent. As of 2022, Beaumont Peele is five years old.
Jordan Peele: Beaumont’s Father
Jordan Haworth Peele is an American actor, comedian, and filmmaker who was born on February 21, 1979, in New York. He is well renowned for his work in the comedy and horror genres on cinema and television.
He grew up on the Upper West Side of New York City. He attended The Calhoun School for high school. He continued his education at Sarah Lawrence College but left after two years to pursue a career in comedy.
In Chicago, he began performing improv with Boom Chicago and Second City. He also presented MTV’s “Comedy Weekend” in the early 2000s. In 2003, he was cast in the hit sketch comedy series “MADtv,” when he met Keegan-Michael Key for the first time. Jordan gained note for his superb impersonations of Ja Rule, James Brown, Justin Guarini, and Barack Obama, among others, during his time on the show. For his song “Sad Fitty Cent,” he was also nominated for an Emmy. He was a five-season regular on the show.
He subsequently went on to co-star in the pilot for “The Station” before landing a recurring role on “Children’s Hospital.” In 2012, he and Keegan-Michael Key started their own Comedy Central show, “Key and Peele.” Key and Peele ran for five seasons and aired 53 episodes before ending in 2015. The show was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards as well as a Peabody Award.
Peele and Key starred in “Keanu” in 2016, which they wrote, produced, and directed. Jordan’s first feature picture, “Get Out,” was released in 2017. He also co-wrote and produced the $4.5 million film. Jordan became the first black writer-director with a debut feature film to make more than $100 million at the box office. The film went on to gross a total of $255 million around the world. At the 2018 Academy Awards, “Get Out” received three nominations: Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Picture. For Best Original Screenplay, he received an Academy Award.
Jordan signed a new deal with Universal Pictures on October 1, 2019, that will keep his production company at the studio for the next five years. The deal is extraordinarily profitable, with the potential to be a “nine-figure” deal on par with other producers’ $300-400 million deals around the same period. Jordan’s money, unlike in other deals, is not paid upfront. Instead, it is paid on an annual basis based on several milestones, with a big base and significant bonus potential.
Jordan Peele’s Net Worth
Jordan Peele’s net worth and salary: Jordan Peele is a $50 million dollar American actor, writer, director, and comedian.
Chelsea Peretti: Beaumont’s Mother
Chelsea Vanessa Peretti is an American comedian, actor, television writer, singer, and songwriter who was born on February 20, 1978. She is most known for playing Gina Linetti on Brooklyn Nine-Nine and writing for Parks and Recreation and Saturday Night Live. [
Her Early Life
Chelsea Peretti was born in Oakland, California. Her father was a criminal defense attorney, and her mother was a schoolteacher. Peretti is the youngest of three siblings, with two brothers and one sister. Jonah Peretti, the co-founder of BuzzFeed and The Huffington Post, is one of her brothers in the IT industry. Andy Samberg, a future “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” co-star, was Peretti’s elementary school classmate.
Chelsea went to Oakland’s College Preparatory School before transferring to Barnard College in New York City in 1996. Peretti studied at the Royal Holloway University of London for a year during her junior year. In the year 2000, she earned her bachelor’s degree from Barnard.
Chelsea Peretti made short films with Variety SHAC, a comedy company she founded in 2004 with Andrea Rosen, Shonali Bhowmik, and Heather Lawless, while residing in New York. In the same year, she had her debut appearance on television, on a show called “Comedy Lab.”
She was a comic commentator on 88 episodes of “The Smoking Gun Presents: World’s Dumbest” between 2008 and 2013. She made an appearance in an episode of the FX sitcom “Louie” in 2010. She also worked as a writer on shows like “The Sarah Silverman Program,” “WTF with Marc Maron,” and even “Saturday Night Live” during this time (for two episodes). Chelsea Peretti’s Twitter was listed #75 on Paste Magazine’s “75 Best Twitter Accounts” list in 2014.
As pointed out in this article, she is best known for playing Gina Linetti on the Fox comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” for 107 episodes. During the sixth season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Peretti made the surprising choice to leave the show.
“Doug Loves Movies,” “How Did This Get Made?” and “You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes” are among the podcasts on which she has appeared. Peretti has also been on “The Lavender Hour,” “The Bone Zone with Brendon Walsh and Randy Liedtke,” and “Comedy Bang! Bang!”
Chelsea Peretti has also appeared on “The Lavender Hour,” “The Bone Zone with Brendon Walsh and Randy Liedtke,” and “Comedy Bang! Bang!” In October of 2012, Peretti debuted her own podcast, “Call Chelsea Peretti,” a call-in show. She’s also written for The Huffington Post, Playgirl, The Village Voice, Details, and American Theatre Magazine, among others.
In 2019, Chelsea Peretti starred in filmmaker Andrea Dorfman’s “anti-romantic comedy” “Spinster.” She also did the voices for “Sing 2.”
Chelsea Peretti released a musical comedy concept album called “Foam and Flotsam” as an EP. Peretti has collaborated on musical projects with Kool Kojak, including songs with Reggie Watts, Terry Crews, and even Juliette Lewis.
The album comprises five songs with extremely descriptive lyrics such as “How you going to turn up late with a coffee in your hand?” not to mention textual examples such as “I’d like to drink coffee with you, but I’ll need a soundproof bathroom.” The musical contributions of Peretti have been described as “whimsical yet depressing… [slamming] you into a wall, [sliding] you up that wall, and [releasing] you into a new galaxy.”
Her Personal Life
Chelsea Peretti is married to Jordan Peele, a comedian, writer, and filmmaker. They started dating in 2013, got engaged in 2015, and married the following year. In 2017, they welcomed their first child, Beaumont Peele. Jordan and Chelsea paid $2.275 million for a property in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, in 2017.
Chelsea Peretti’s Net Worth
Chelsea Peretti has a net worth of $20 million dollars. She is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and writer.