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Jeorge Beed

"You won't find this brand of comedy anwhere else. Frankly because most don't find it funny."

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a character in “Roleplays Got Talent!!!”, as played by Vio-Lance


A thirty year old man, with brown hair, and dark blue eyes. His face is covered in scruff, and he looks a tad older than her actually is.


Jeorge is usually laid back, and calm, not really serious or set on becoming a big hit. He does comedy because he enjoys doing it. He also enjoys acting like, in his words, "A complete dumbass on stage."




Jeorge started his comedian routine about three years ago, after learning that all of his friends enjoyed and almost wet themselves at his antics and act. He decided just to go out there as himself, and see what he could do.

So begins...

Jeorge Beed's Story