Luenell

Luenell. By John Mueller, CC BY 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1723657
Penelope H. Fritz
Penelope H. Fritz
Luenell
Luenell

Luenell Campbell, professionally known as Luenell, is a talented American comedienne and actress. Born on March 12, 1959, she is the youngest among eight siblings. Luenell made her mark in the early 1990s when she became a regular on Soul Beat TV, a popular Oakland, California cable station called KSBT. During that time, she shared the screen with the esteemed Bay Area African-American journalist Chauncey Bailey, who hosted an interview and talk show on the program.

Luenell’s acting prowess shone through in the 2006 mockumentary-style comedy film titled “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. This hit film showcased her exceptional talent as she portrayed the character of a prostitute named Luenell, a compassionate and kind-hearted hooker. Her comedic skills have also been showcased on the BET comedy series, Comicview, and she is currently featured on the latest season of Wild ‘N Out. Additionally, she made an appearance on the second episode of the Comedy Central comedic reality show, Reality Bites Back.

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