Wally Baram is a 22 year-old Mexican-Syrian comedian that probably should have stayed in school. After dropping out of Columbia University to pursue comedy full-time (since a degree in economics is an awfully expensive way to become a stand-up comedian), Wally has opened for Jeff Garlin, has written for BETTY (HBO) and What We Do in the Shadows (FX/Hulu), and performs regularly at the Hollywood Improv. As seen on Comedy Central, Showtime, and A&E, her comedy brings a unique perspective on the strange banalities of entering the adult world as well as growing up with a strong multi-cultural/Mexican-Syrian identity. Please help her figure out if dropping out was worth it. Really at a loss over here.
It went really great! The students loved her and she had quite the line after the show of students wanting to meet and chat. Thanks!
Sarah Toby Assistant Director of Student Programming College of Wooster
Bestselling Author of Permanent Midnight and I, Fatty