"Even if you weren't watching, i'd be doing this anyway."
George Twopointoh is an entertainer with two decades of experience in the entertainment industry as an actor, a writer, a producer and a DJ. As both producer and performer, 2.0 possesses the unique ability to close the gap between the "Idea and the Execution," making him highly sought after in the industry.
George’s proven expertise working every corner of the stage and every inch of the set, coupled with an accomplished track record of creative content direction, led to the founding of his production company, Listen TWO Me.
With George serving as Director of Creative Operations, Listen TWO Me has partnered with well identified brands such as Wondaland Records, The History Channel, OnPurpose Movement, VEVO, CNN/HLN, Hendrick’s Gin, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, Cantu Beauty and T mobile to bring their products to audiences in distinct ways.
A proud graduate of historic Morehouse College, George is an accomplished actor. He has appeared on both the small and big screen, as well as on stage as the star of his own one man show, "Any1Man"-- a portrait about black masculinity. In recent years, you may have also seen George 2.0’s on air contributions for Headline News (HLN). This season you can catch him as the newest host on the History Channel.
As Technical Director and Stage Manager for Janelle Monáe and her Wondaland Records Label, George spends his days engaged with some of the most innovative professionals in the music industry, modeling and developing new ways for people to use their imaginations to create live show experiences.
Over the past few years, George 2.0 honed his skills as an MC, hosting concerts and events all over the country and around the world. He most recently took on a new role as both Touring DJ and Co-Production Manager for the "Classic Man", recording artist Jidenna.
George 2.0 is a renaissance man, constantly reinventing himself. Says George, "The most important thing an artist can provide for an audience is a sort of verisimilitude and a reflection of themselves."