Kodjo Akolor during Musikhjälpen 2011.
15 June 1981
Vallentuna, Stockholm, Sweden
He started as a comedian in 2005 and after two years became a regular on contemporary R&B themed radio station The Voice. In 2008 Akolor became a reporter for Vakna med the voice a TV and radio show multi-cast on TV-channel Kanal 5 and The Voice radio network. He also hosted the TV-show Kodjos värld (Kodjos world) on The Voice TV where he combined humor and music videos.
During the 2008 spring he became the co-host of Talang (Talent) the Swedish version of the Got Talent series. The producers originally contacted comedian Björn Gustafsson, but his schedule was too busy and recommended his friend Kodjo Akolor.
Since 2008 he has also been one of the three regular show hosts on Radio P3’s popular morning show Morgonpasset. He is frequently featured on Kanal 5’s RAW comedy club  and high-profile comedy show Parlamentet. In the summer of 2010, Akolor was the host and MC at the largest Twilight Saga fan event in Scandinavia (at the Ericsson Globe Arena) featuring Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart. Kodjo has also been part of the Musikhjälpen several times.
2014 he was voted the Best Male Host of the year at the Swedish Radio Awards. 2015 he was inducted into the Stockholm Hall of Fame
Kodjo Akolor says his family were the only black family in Vallentuna when he grew up. It was not until high school that he met others with a similar background. He has a university degree in Economics from Södertörns Högskola and lists medieval history as one of his hobbies.
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