Slim K


Slim K – (born Slim Khezri; 18 July 1972, as the oldest of three children in Lübeck Hansestadt, Schleswig-Holstein) is a German multi-talented artist; best known as a singer, songwriter, writer and actor of Mediterranean descent, based in Los Angeles, California.

Bon vivant, Artistic Polymath, Free Thinker, Humanist and Philanthropist. Artist at Sony Music Entertainment, and Founder/CEO at DoubaJen Records.

Self-proclaimed ‘Foodie’, Wine Connoisseur and passionate World Traveler.

In over 25 years in show-business, Slim has collaborated with many music producers, DJ’s, popular recording artists and many independent talents from around the world. He also worked successfully on many musical and art related projects including fashion shows and charity events, most notably with acts such as Nsync, Fall Out Boy, The Backstreet Boys, Snoop Dogg, Britney Spears, KRS-One, Sarah Connor, Lifehouse, No Angeles, Lutricia McNeal, Panic! At The Disco, Michael Jackson and many more.

Slim’s first notable Television appearance was on December 7th, 1991, at the “Die Rudi Carrell Show” where he appeared as one of five amateurs impersonating famous singers. He sang ‘Live’ the Michael Jackson classic “Billie Jean”.

From 1989 to 2000; Slim was once hailed one of the best Michael Jackson imitator in the world, with countless television and radio appearances in Europe, Asia (Japan) and Africa (Tunisia), including live performances on all 5 continents including the United States.

Slim made his film debut (as an actor) in 2000, playing a Demon (an extra role) in the Warner Bros. comedy “Little Nicky”, starring Adam Sandler, Patricia Arquette and Harvey Keitel. Directed by Steven Brill.

Slim speaks 4 Languages: English, German, French, Arabic, and conversational Turkish.

Slim is married to International Award-winning Pole Artist Phoenix Kazree. They have one son together.

His Film highlights include Save the Last Dance (2001), Rat Race (2001), When The Nines Roll Over (2005), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007), The Sexaholic (2007), In God I Trust (2007), Article 301 (2008), Confused Illusion (2007), The Haunted House of Chronic (2009), Yes Man (2008), Angels & Demons (2009), Sin City II: A Dame to Kill For (2014), Jurassic World (2015), The Secret in Their Eyes (2015), Steve Jobs (2015).

TV highlights are Die Rudi Carrell Show (1991), The Gong Show (1992), Arabella (1997), Klacket (1998), Unlocking Ancient Secrets of the Bible (2006), Entourage (2007), Gene Simmons: Family Jewels (2008), Nip/Tuck (2008), Mystery ER (2008), Kids Unlimited (2008), 1000 Ways to Die (2010), Whitney (2015).

Theater highlights are Ich Glotz TV (1989), Ludwig Van Beethoven: Fidelio (2007), Giuseppe Verdi: Otello (2008).


Los Angeles, CA