Actor, Writer & Comedian
Former Daily Show correspondent, actor, writer, and comedian Aasif Mandvi is the co-creator of the Peabody Award-winning Halal in the Family. Mandvi's feature films include Mother’s Day, Million Dollar Arm, The Internship, The Proposal and Premium Rush. He co-wrote and starred in the indie hit Today’s Special. He has a recurring role on this season's Younger on TV Land and has another recurring role in A Series of Unfortunate Events for Netflix. Mandvi wrote, produced, and starred in HBO’s The Brink opposite Jack Black. He is a recipient of an Obie Award for his critically acclaimed, one-man show, Sakina’s Restaurant. Other stage credits include the leading role in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Disgraced at Lincoln Center and the Broadway revival of Oklahoma. Mandvi is also the author of a book of personal essays entitled No Man’s Land, published by Chronicle Books.