About Cool P
Pierre Douglas, better known as "Cool P Comedy" is a host and entertainer. He was born in Chicago IL, and raised in Minneapolis MN. After finding success and gaining a following from being a humor personality on the popular social media network Twitter, Douglas decided to pursue a career in stand up comedy in 2012. Since then he has opened up for comedians such as Darnell Rawling, Ali Siddiq, and Michael Blackson. In 2016 he co-founded a comedy club called "Baddies Comedy Co." with fellow Twin Cities based comedians Brandon Riddley & Bruce Leroy Williams. The club eventually received the opportunity to be the hosting venue for the taping of an Episode of Kevin Hart's "Hart of the City" series that premiered on Comedy Central. Douglas is also an actor who has held leading roles in the stage plays "I'm Going to Chuuch", "Mind Games", and "Riot". He also played in the comic book based action thriller "3 Million Villains". Tapping into his skills as a writer, he co-produced a stage production title "A Stereotype Removed". He's graced the stage of many comedy clubs, including Mall of America's House of Comedy, The Joke Joint, The Laugh Factory Chicago, The Laugh Factory Hollywood, Wiley's Comedy Club, Goonies Comedy club and many others.