He talks on the stage about having a threesome in a steam room—one of his favourite place to hookup. He also said he has a big dick. I bet he does. But this stud has was not always so open about his sexuality.
Joel Kim Booster is an American actor, comedian and writer. This handsome standup comedian was born in Korea and adopted to an American family. He grew up in Plainfield, Illinois in a conservative, Evangelical Christian family and was home schooled till the age of 16.
Through he knew he was gay, he kept it a secret until his parents, who read his diary, found out. He started couchsurfing before attending Millikin University.
He started as a copywriter in Chicago and, like most other comedians, would write jokes at night after work. Unlike most comedians, Joel, instead of performing at comedy clubs, opened plays in theatres. That’s the kind of guy I want: one that can make me laugh and sit down to appreciate a play afterwards.
Eventually, me decided to move the New York to pursue comedy full-time. He performed on Conan, had his own Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents special in 2017. He continued writing, wrote for Billy on the Street, Big Mouth, and The Other Two. Kim Booster has appeared on YouTube original films, Netflix’s The Week Of, Hulu productions, and TBS’s Search Party.
In 2018, he released his debut stand-up album, Model Minority, in which he covers racism in the gay community, growing up Asian in a white community, and his own non-adherence to stereotypes about Asian Americans. He is also developing a semi-autobiographical TV show called Birthright with Comedy Central and hosts, Unsend alongside Patti Harrison on Comedy Central.
He talks openly about his sex life and I like it. Recounting a sexual encounter with an older gentleman, he describes himself as a Pixar movie, that the outside is for kids but there’re layers within that are for adults. He also looks great in a crop top.