About Our Host, George 2.0
"EVEN IF YOU WEREN'T WATCHING, I'D BE DOING THIS ANYWAY."
George A. Peters II is a proud graduate of the historic Morehouse College, where he earned his B.A. in English Literature. Known by many as George Twopointoh, “2.0” is an entertainer with two decades of experience in the entertainment industry as an actor, a writer, a producer and a DJ. George’s proven expertise working every corner of the stage and every inch of the set, coupled with an accomplished track record of creative content direction, led to the founding of his production company, Listen TWO Me. As both producer and performer, he possesses the unique ability to close the gap between the "Idea and the Execution," making him highly sought after in the entertainment industry.
With George serving as Director of Creative Operations, Listen TWO Me has partnered with well identified brands such as Wondaland Records, The History Channel, the OnPurpose Movement, VEVO, CNN/HLN, IFAW, HBCU SpringComing, Hendrick’s Gin, Hennessy, BET, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, Cantu Beauty and T mobile to bring their products to audiences in distinct ways. Prior to college, George starred in a national commercial for the NFL and was a breakout star at Eastern Regional Theater in New Jersey. After moving to Atlanta, George got his first shot at the big screen as a featured Section Leader in the 2002 Blockbuster, “Drumline”. Since then, George has been seen on the small screen in a number of roles, including the CBS award winning drama, “FBI”, Netflix’s binge worthy, “Jessica Jones” and Apple TV+’s psychological thriller, “Servant.” In 2018, George was nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category of the Asheville Film festival for his role in the powerful short film, “Pagg.” Most recently, 2.0 brought YouTube audiences his 2min & 22 second talk show—a weekly talk show event, from monologue to musical guest, all of which fit snugly into 2min & 22seconds!
George's film producing credits include the short film "Hands to the Sky" (African Movie Academy Award nomination), "Train(ed)," and a host of mini documentaries and branded content partnership pieces. As a performance coach, George has earned the trust of recording artists and music video directors around the world. As the star of his own one man stage show, "Any1Man", George takes pride in his ability to break the fourth wall and engage any audience with his seven character journey from the first man, Adam, to the last man, Bishop.
Over the years, George honed his skills as an MC, hosting events all over the country and around the world. You may have seen him on stage opening for Ms. Janelle Monáe, DJ'ing for Jidenna or rocking a party like only he can. A thoughtful contributor to any conversation, George has also been featured on Headline News (HLN). While on air he is able to bring a natural and conversational feel to even though most difficult of topics, making his audiences feel comfortable and familiar with any subject matter. Says George, "The most important thing an artist can provide for an audience is a sort of verisimilitude and a reflection of themselves."