Focused on consolidating and integrating the
Nanjiani has also hosted two podcasts, THE INDOOR KIDS and THE X-FILES FILES.
In October 2017, Nanjiani hosted “Saturday Night Live” for the first time, receiving rave reviews for his monologue, performance, and sharp comedic ability.
Born in Hawaii to a mother from Kansas and a father from Kenya, Obama was raised with help from his grandparents, whose generosity of spirit reflected their Midwestern roots.
Few presidents have walked a more improbable path to the White House.
She delights in the sharing what she has learned to help others shatter perceived limitations and reinvent themselves.
In a warm, engaging and approachable style, Aimée offers insightful, actionable and powerful guidance to audiences worldwide.
This March, Nanjiani reprises his starring role as ‘Dinesh’ on season five of the Emmy Award- winning HBO comedy series “Silicon Valley,” opposite Thomas Middleditch, Martin Starr and Zach Woods.
Over the years, the series has won two Critic’s Choice Awards for Best Comedy Series and been named one of the AFI’s TV Programs of the Year.
He took office at a moment of crisis unlike any America had seen in decades – a nation at war, a planet in peril, the American Dream itself threatened by the worst economic calamity since the Great Depression.
On television, Nanjiani served as writer, executive producer and co-host of Comedy Central’s “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail,” along with Jonah Ray.
He has had roles on IFC’s “Portlandia,” TNT’s “Franklin & Bash,” the reality show parody, “Burning Love,” and Comedy Central’s “Michael & Michael Have Issues,” where he also served as a staff writer.
That experience honed his belief in the power of uniting ordinary people around a politics of purpose, in the hard work of citizenship, to bring about positive change.
In law school, he became the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review, then he returned to Illinois to teach constitutional law at the University of Chicago and begin a career in public service, winning seats in the Illinois State Senate and the United States Senate.
Nanjiani recently attached himself as actor and writer for an upcoming TV adaptation of “My Beautiful Laundrette” being developed at Turner-owned Super Deluxe.