No Pets (Korey Kuhl)
Korey Kuhl does not have any reported pets.
March 7, 1985 (38)
Korey Kuhl is a comedian, actor, writer, and podcaster best known for his work with the internet entertainment company, Buzzfeed. He has been involved in various roles for Buzzfeed, including as a writer, producer, and co-host of the popular YouTube series, “The Try Guys”. Korey has also worked on several other Buzzfeed shows, such as “Ladylike” and “Buzzfeed Unsolved”.
One of the biggest milestones in Korey’s career was his work on “The Try Guys”, which he co-founded in 2014 alongside fellow Buzzfeed colleagues, Eugene Lee Yang, Ned Fulmer, and Zach Kornfeld. The group quickly gained a massive following for their humorous and often outrageous videos, which featured them trying new experiences and challenges. In 2018, Korey and his fellow Try Guys left Buzzfeed to start their own independent production company, 2nd Try LLC. The group has since continued to produce content on their own, including a successful podcast and a hit series on YouTube Originals.
Throughout his career, Korey has had the opportunity to collaborate with several celebrities and influential people. He has appeared on “The Ellen Show” alongside the Try Guys, as well as on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon“. Korey has also worked with popular internet personalities, such as Tyler Oakley and Shane Dawson, and has appeared in music videos for artists like Carly Rae Jepsen.
Korey has been an advocate for animal welfare throughout his career, often using his platform to raise awareness and support for various animal non-profit organizations. In 2020, he and his husband, Kyle Krieger, even launched their own animal rescue organization, called The House That Korey And Kyle Built. The organization aims to rescue animals in need and provide them with a safe and loving home.