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About Fahim Anwar

Fahim Anwar started his comedy career in Seattle shortly after graduating high school, when he began performing stand-up. Fahim is now a regular on the LA comedy circuit, doing spots at the Improv, Laugh Factory, Comedy Union, Ice House and the Comedy Store, among others.

Fahim was recently a finalist in NBC-Universal's "Stand-up for Diversity" showcase, where he was chosen to perform on the NBC stage at the NACA convention. In addition, Fahim recently made his television debut with a large guest starring role on the new season of NBC's "Chuck." He's also been busy filming MTV's "Disaster Date" as a series regular. Coming up, Fahim can be seen on Comedy Central's new show "Russell Simmons Presents: Stand-Up from the El Rey Theatre." Fahim also writes and stars in his own series of Internet short videos. The viral video gods have smiled upon him with the success of "Afghan Wedding," as it amassed over half a million views on YouTube while being featured on Break.com and Digg.com.... Read More »

Fahim Anwar started his comedy career in Seattle shortly after graduating high school, when he began performing stand-up. Fahim is now a regular on the LA comedy circuit, doing spots at the Improv, Laugh Factory, Comedy Union, Ice House and the Comedy Store, among others.

Fahim was recently a finalist in NBC-Universal's "Stand-up for Diversity" showcase, where he was chosen to perform on the NBC stage at the NACA convention. In addition, Fahim recently made his television debut with a large guest starring role on the new season of NBC's "Chuck." He's also been busy filming MTV's "Disaster Date" as a series regular. Coming up, Fahim can be seen on Comedy Central's new show "Russell Simmons Presents: Stand-Up from the El Rey Theatre." Fahim also writes and stars in his own series of Internet short videos. The viral video gods have smiled upon him with the success of "Afghan Wedding," as it amassed over half a million views on YouTube while being featured on Break.com and Digg.com. Overall, Fahim's YouTube channel videos have now been viewed over a million times.