Throughout my life, even though we’ve never met, Aziz Ansari has consistently beaten me to the punch. Although, for various reasons I’ll discuss below, I do believe he has been the most important Indian Comedy Actor in the past 10 years. In his new series on Netflix, Master of None , Aziz Ansari says, “There can only be two,” referring to the idea that there can only ever be 2 Indians in one show at any point, max. Studio Executives and Networks are afraid to put any more than that, and they’re afraid most of the time, to even put one on. I remember when I started doing stand-up in New York City in 2003, and after watching me, a fellow comic asked me, “Oh,... He’s a young Indian stand up as well. ” Aziz was another comedian starting out in NYC at the same time as me. But even then, in 2003… in one of the biggest cities in the world, I got the feeling, “Wow, it’s like there’s only two of us. ”. I love acting. Since I was a kid, it was the only thing I ever wanted to do in my life. I won theatre awards in Middle School, High School, and University. But, as an Indian guy with a British passport and an American accent due to growing up abroad, it’s been somewhat of an impossible dream living here in London. Not just because of my lack of talent with accents, but with the inherent racism that seems to quietly exist within the entertainment industry here. The great myth I had, when I started stand-up, was that doing stand-up would lead to comedy acting. It was the only reason I was determined to compete in U. K. stand-up competitions like the Amused Moose or Jongleurs, and try and win them, which I did. And it was the only reason I continued to grind away on the circuit for 8 years, day in and day out, and do stand-up spots on TV, with the tiny hope that I would get the opportunity to act in something, which would then lead to something else. But I never enjoyed stand-up, and I did it for no other reason than I thought it would potentially guide me back to acting. But the reality is, stand-up is not the TV or Film industry. Stand-up is a meritocracy. If you work your ass off, the best comics will, for the most part, rise. Stand-up was always a means to an end for me. The problem, I discovered, is that the “end”, does not exist. In Britain, the below is the essence of every conversation I’ve ever had with a Producer or Agent or Director:. Them: Well, we’re looking for someone from London. Source: Thought Catalog
Catastrophe creator Sharon Horgan and Murdered By My Boyfriend writer Regina Moriarty were among the 14 women honoured at the 25th annual Women in Film and TV Awards. Horgan was awarded the Writing Award for her Channel 4 sitcom, while
Talking to IFTN from New York where she is currently in pre-production on her first US show 'Divorce' - which will star Sarah Jessica Parker (who will also Exec Produce along with Horgan) – Sharon talks to us about the “new feeling” commercial success
People with tricky Irish names related hard to Catastrophe last night (via @thejournal_ie) https://t.co/WVV9BgnCet 12/12/15, @gerardkeating
@fayeharland Caught up with Catastrophe last night. Amazing. Also, Sharon Horgan favourited my tweet. I think that means we're best friends! 12/12/15, @MrsSoose
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ROB Delaney revealed he’s now a telly sex symbol – but is too old to make the most of it. The comic, 38, who stars on the Channel 4 sitcom with Sharon Horgan, 45, said: “I’m very tired and old and I have three kids, so I don’t care.
“Catastrophe,” Amazon The funniest, sharpest and, oddly enough, sweetest romantic comedy on television in ages. Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney created and starred in the story of a couple who meet, get pregnant and fall in love – in that order.
My rather too gleeful colleagues had told me that, as a newlywed, I should catch up with Catastrophe — Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan’s piercingly honest Channel 4 comedy about a couple who decide to marry despite barely knowing each other because of an ...
Sharon Horgan, Actress: Pulling. Sharon Horgan was born in 1970. She is an actress and writer, known for Pulling (2006), Imagine Me & You (2005) and Monkey Dust (2003).
Sharon Horgan (born 13 July 1970) is an English born, Irish actress, writer, director and producer. She is best known for the comedy series Pulling and Catastrophe ...
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