Max Amini Live at Carolines on Broadway Past

Sept 13-15, 2013 ,
8:00 AM - 9:30 PM
- New York, NY, United States

Max Amini is an Iranian-American comedian living in Los Angeles where he regularly entertains audiences at the Laugh Factory. He performs stand-up comedy expressing his views of family and cultural topics around the world. In 2012, Max has headlined comedy shows in London, Dubai, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and throughout the United States. He is also an actor with numerous film and TB credits including NBC’s Heroes, a recurring role on Comedy Central’s Mind of Mencia, and a Leading role in the movie Beer Pong. Max was chosen as one of the finalists for both the NBC and CBS Showcases during 2009 and 2012. You can also catch him in a stand up special currently airing on Showtime.

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Max Amini – Max Amini was born in Tucson Arizona to Iranian parents, and raised on the East Coast. He graduated from UCLA’s school of Theater, Film and Television in 2004. As an actor, Max ...

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