Maz Jobrani

Did you hear the one about the Iranian-American?


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I love this guy's

by Raoul1955 on

act.  He didn't use profanity as most comedians do.
Wonderful.  :-)


Speaking at TED is a big deal

by Sabzi_Polo on

We should all be very proud to have an Iranian-American invited to such a prestigious event. Good job Maz!! He made is point across via comedy and most likely made some new fans. I'm glad he showed that Iranians can be funny, smart and nice. Though some of the commenters show that Iranians can be petty, catty and malicious. We should be supporting each other instead of  bringing each other down.

Maz is always very funny and I continue to be a fan of his work. 



SP is right

by ghalam-doon on

There are red lines that Maz Jobrani NEVER dares to cross. But he IS a funny guy and he wants to have a successful career in stand-up in America. That's the reason his comedy never becomes too political, at least for now, until he becomes as famous as this guy:



Racial comedy

by comrade on

Self deprecation has a huge market in the standup comedy world, and almost  all ethnic comedians find their niche right there; but he did it with a twist. That was smart.

He seemed witty, and with  a massage at his finale. My only suggestion to him would be try to cut out his own muffled giggles. This is a trade secret!! Tell jokes seriously.

“There's nothing an agnostic can't do if he doesn't know whether he believes in anything or not”



Maz is the best and funniest! New material too! Always a treat.

by Anonymouse on

Everything is sacred



by Benyamin on

Good job Maz and very funny.


@ the first comment

by spatima on

of course he doesnt cause individuals like u to laugh

for you ripping of the iranian people out of their natural resources and making them to think and act like a tazi is much more amusing.

Lanaat be sare goore seyed aliye makkar


In hope of a Free, Independent and Secular Iran


New Material & Funny as Usual

by Faramarz on

حالا شما ببخشین جناب سرگرد!

من قول میدم که دوباره تکرار نشه!

یکی از دوستان داو طلب بشه و این سرگرد رو یک قلقلکی بده که ماز جبرانی یک وقت نگران نشه!

Sargord Pirouz

The bit about the

by Sargord Pirouz on

The bit about the grandfather in Kuwait was almost funny, but the rest is just pandering to a white audience. Didn't make me laugh.