Jessie “Mr. MiraKool” Simms formally known as Baby J, born and raised in South East, Washington, DC. He is a comedian, actor, director, producer, writer and a motivational speaker. Mr. MiraKool is a unique entertainer that uses his personality and love of humor to entertain a variety of audiences. He has performed in plays, hosted concerts, radio, talent and fashion shows, beauty pageants, and conferences. At birth, it was thought that he was deprived of oxygen, which led to him being diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Many doctors expressed to Mr. MiraKool's Mother that he would never be able to walk, talk, think, or function as a healthy human being. After several years in a wheelchair Mr. MiraKool completed therapy and matured enough to use a walker. In spite of his limitations with the walker Mr. MiraKool was still able live a relatively normal life. Throughout life he was treated differently because of his disability. Mr. MiraKool decided to ditch the walker in an effort to show others with disabilities that they shouldn't let anything hold them back. He uses his life story and experiences to inspire everyone that comes in contact with him. As a young motivational speaker he has spread words of encouragement to a variety of age groups.
At the age of twelve, Mr. MiraKool realized he had a passion for music and began working with several music producers. Among them was Warren Jones, producer of Raheem DeVaughn's first single “Believe”. In 2003, at the age of 16, Mr. MiraKool was introduced to Clayton Wike, producer of local television show “ Wike World” on Comcast in Landover, MD. The show interviewed different celebrities, showed music videos, and did specials on local events. Mr. MiraKool produced his first TV show on “Wike World”. The first segment that Mr. MiraKool did was on the “Universal Soul Circus”. He interviewed the former Co-owner and Ringmaster Casual Cal also known as his uncle and his entire cast. From there he was inspired to work more in TV productions.'
Among many talents that Mr. MiraKool have, he always love acting, he studies theatre at Howard University in Washington, DC. After going on many auditions and being denied for certain roles because of his disability not his talent, it motivated him to put on his own production. In 2007, he wrote his first stage play called “Don't Judge Me for Who I Am” that he also directed, produced and stared in it. He showcased the stage play in Washington, DC; his first show was such a success, it returned a week later by popular demands!
Mr. MiraKool started working with WKYS 93.9fm a famous radio station in Washington D.C. Mr. MiraKool helped them with live show events such as one of the biggest annual event known as “The Uni-Festival”. Another opportunity came about for him to be a co-host on the Mo Better Man Show on WOL 1450am in Washington, DC. While on that show he had one of the highest ratings. In 2009, Mr. MiraKool brought his stage play “Don't Judge Me for Who I Am” back to Washington D.C.
In 2010, Mr. MiraKool signed a contract with John Roberts Power, which is the owner of one of Americas top talent agencies named “Starz 2 Be”. Also that year he discover another talent as a stand-up comedian, he decided to take every negative situations that he had been through in his life by making them positives so he can make people laugh! Mr. MiraKool started performing at many open mics around Washington, DC. A year later he was performing at MaGooby's Comedy Club in Baltimore, MD. In 2012, Mr. Mirakool performed and won 3rd place at Amateur Night at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, NY, there he performed in front of 1300 people. In 2014, Mr. MiraKool relocated to Atlanta, GA to further his career as an entertainer. With his Uncle Casual Cal, he started a Non-Profit performing arts organization for the disabled called “Beyond Expectations Performing Arts, Inc. Through the connection of Casual Cal, Mr. Mirakool had the opportunity to perform at Michael Colyar show at the Uptown Comedy Corner in Atlanta, GA.