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Aatif Nawaz is an award-winning British-Pakistani television presenter and stand-up comedian. He has also won acclaim for his acting, filmmaking, radio presenting and writing. One of the most respected acts on the circuit, Aatif has built a reputation become one of the most popular British-Asian comics in the UK.
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A mischievous and engaging comic, he tackles a variety of topics with an intelligent mind and a flair for deconstructing modern society while subverting audience's expectations. His playful style and cheeky personality, along with a wry wit led him to win the coveted London Comedy Store's King Gong on his first attempt, as well as reaching the finals of the BBC New Comedy Awards. Star of BBC Radio 4’s TEZ Talks, BBC Two’s 'Live from the BBC' and BBC Three’s ‘Man Like Mobeen’. 'Sartorially stylish and winningly cheeky' (Chortle) “Blackburn-born Ilyas has a slickness more reminiscent of US comics, and the gags to back it up, though his most prized asset could yet be his bold, subversive streak” (The Guardian). Tez Ilyas featured in Ents24's 20 Hardest Working Comedians of 2018 list.
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'The Welsh-Egyptian headliner delivered non-stop laughs' (Surrey Life Magazine) 'Slick, classy and very clever' (Worthing Herald) '... he will go far!' (Ava Vidal) 'Omar Hamdi is an absolute natural' (Adam Bloom) 'A talented comic commentator... one to look out for’ (National Union of Journalists, The Journalist Magazine) 'Smashed it like a ceramic plate, every night of the tour' (Russell Kane).
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'Born in London but raised in Northern Nigeria to a medical doctor father and a politician/businesswoman mother, Nabil Abdulrashid was privately schooled in the UK. His set covers being a middle-class educated man yet simultaneously a street smart urban youth and being a black Muslim in South London. He was a finalist in the NATY New Act Of The Year competition in 2013' (Chortle) He is the youngest ever black comedian to perform stand-up at the Hammersmith Apollo and has toured the UK with his show Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic! He entered the “Which Religion Is Funniest?” competition, after reaching the Top 10 spot, he was crowned joint winner of the national competition, judged by David Baddiel and Omid Djalili, and he was chosen to perform at the premiere of the film The Infidel.
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