Jemutai biography, real name, age, CV, husband, salary,real life, wealth and children.She is one of most liked churchill show comedians
Jemutai real name is Stella Bunei Koitie, she is a comedian on Churchill show known for her signature outfit which is a headscarf, jacket and a gourd of mursik.
jemutai was raised both in Elgeyo Marakwet and in Embakasi Nairobi.
She loves teacher Wanjiku, she really inspiredher. Maybe it was because she was the only lady at the time at churchill or it was her style. her only hope is that she can inspire the next generation of female comedians to step up and take the stage.
Jemutai response: I auditioned for 10 months straight without any success, every Tuesday my mother gave me fare from Embakasi and taxi money to go back.
The Carnivore, where we shoot Churchill, became a second home, I knew everyone, the watchman, and the camera men even the waiters. Initially I was auditioning as Stella but my act was not convincing.
Nonetheless I kept going back and the judges kept encouraging me to develop a character that will help me execute my comedy.
At some point I was about to give up and on October 20th 2015 I came for what was to be my last audition, after that I was to quit. However that week I was picked and October 22nd 2015 was my first show ever.
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JEMUTAI REAL LIFE : IS SHE LIKE THAT IN REAL LIFE?
Jemutai response: Yes, I am, I never know what is happening and when I learn a new sheng word I use it until it is dead. I am always the last one to get 411 on trends and cool things.
My concentration span is very small, I have actually never finished a movie because I get emotional and distracted very easily. It takes me like three days to finish a series. People also don’t know, but I am very shy; when I put on those clothes and get on stage I am confident, but in real life I am very shy.
JEMUTAI SALARY AND WEALTH
She earns well and advertises companies product like safaricom
HOW JEMUTAI STARTED COMEDY
Jemutai response: Comedy has always been my first love, it was always what I wanted to do. I never missed an episode of Churchill. I watched every act, took notes and developed my own content.
Even in high school my form 3 class mates once told me I would one day appear on Churchill but I didn’t take it seriously.
By the time I was finishing high school my big brother was doing electronic engineering and so my parents bought him a laptop. When it was my turn I choose to do IT so my parents would also buy me a laptop. The only thing I was good at in class was making people laugh; I did it effortlessly.
IT was never really my thing; I used to float in class. After I was done I got an internship at Kengen Olkaria; that was the most boring job I have ever done. When I came back from that internship in January of 2015 I officially hang my IT boots and began chasing my real dreams.
She is engaged to someone who is not in the limelight and has a son. She denied dating Professor Hamo