Afghan-American comedian Dauood Mohammad Naimyar learned the value of assimilating at a very young age. Because of this, he tried his best to not be different but failed at every encounter. Once he embraced his eccentric point of view, he saw the humor all around him. Dauood’s comedic perspective is shaped by the duality of his constant need to fit in and his relentless desire to be different. His search for being relatable yet unique has brought audiences joy for nine years—and will probably continue until he finally figures himself out. Dauood has built a following of 150,000+ TikTok followers by showing the humor of his circumstances as an Afghan living in America, with multiple viral hits poking fun at politicians and world leaders. Dauood's debut comedy album, Pier 69: Junior Varsity, topped all the charts upon its release.
150,000 followers on TikTok
#1 debut comedy album (Pier 69: Junior Varsity)
San Francisco Comedy Competition Finalist
Don’t Tell Comedy Secret Sets
Co-host of Pier 69 on Apple Podcasts
Dauood did great, the people loved him! Thanks for helping out and coordinating this event with us. We hope we can work together again in the future!
Roselyn Bondoc, Rodolfo Leveriza, Noa Nishizawa Filipino American Student Association University of Arizona
Bestselling Author of Permanent Midnight and I, Fatty