The Haram Guys (Ali Sultan, Usama Siddiquee, Dauood Naimyar)

Ali Sultan saw his first stand-up comedian when he moved to America from Yemen at the age of 15. He grew the desire to go on stage but first he needed to learn English. Ali became the first Yemeni-Ethiopian American to make a stand-up television network debut on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert". Ali has been on Comedy Central’s "Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City". He filmed his half-hour comedy special in Dubai for Comedy Central Arabia. He represented Minnesota and won the Best in The Midwest competition at Gilda's LaughFest. His albums "Happy to Be Here" and "Funny First" can be heard on Spotify and SiriusXM, and have over one millions streams on Pandora. His last special from Drybar has over a million views on YouTube.

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