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Joner Hall
Born December 5, 1978 (1978-12-05) (age 31)
New Jersey

Joner Demetreus Xavier Hall (born December 5, 1978 in New Jersey), began working as the audience coordinator for The Sally Jessy Raphael Show, where his first comedy skit premiered on national television as a goodbye to the 20 year run of the Sally Show. He moved on to appear on TV using sketch comedy characters for Blind Date (US TV series) and TV Funhouse. He also appeared on The Gastineau Girls in 2006 as their personal assistant. A break-through performance for Joner Hall was in a comedy video for "That's My Daughter" that aired on Comedy Central in 2007.

Joner Hall was raised in Virginia and is noted to have danced at the University of Hawaii on scholarship for the Rainbow Dancers. Other credits for dancing include KTU's beatstock, Rainy Davis, Angel Clivilles and Keyshia Cole.

On February 10, 2009, Joner Hall appeared on Rachael Ray (TV series) in a dance competition judged by Tina Knowles called "The Single Ladies Dance-Off" where he won the first place trophy and a $3,000 gift certificate. The dance contest was judged to see which act could best perform the video choreography from Beyoncé Knowles' Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It). Rachel Ray was quoted in the episode saying "That means, the winner of the 'Single Ladies' Dance-off is actually from a whole different gender!"


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