Karlous Bernard Miller born April 2, is an American comedian, actor and rapper. He began his comedy career in Atlanta, Georgia and is widely known for being a cast member on MTV 's comedy improv series, Wild 'n Out and his notorious "Wildstyle" battles with fellow cast member, Chico Bean. Miller is praised for his comedic genius and witty punchlines.
Chico is a well-seasoned comedian that started his comedy career in Greensboro, North Carolina. The group has performed stand-up at numerous comedy clubs, colleges, and universities, it wasn't until Chico had done a set for Nick Cannon's "Fresh Faces of Comedy" stand-up in which Nick Cannon discovered Bean at the show. Later having him audition for the fifth season of Wild 'N Out and Bean has been a cast member ever since, being known for his "Sucka MC Battles" with fellow cast member Karlous Miller and also his Wildstyle battle with rapper Safaree in the "T-Pain" episode in Season 7.
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