Mamoudou n'diaye

comedian. writer. filmmaker. activist. educator. dj.

 

BIO

 

Mamoudou N'Diaye is a Mauritanian-American former middle school teacher, writer, stand-up, improviser, DJ, activist, and published scientist. He graduated from the College of Wooster in 2014 with a degree in Neuroscience and moved to Brooklyn to pursue a comedy career, which he cultivated in college, bridging social activism, political satire, and pop culture through three separate hour specials. He performs stand-up all around New York City, has written, directed, and perfomed on the webseries deadass, the live sketch shows Ryan Live and Lo-FiMTV News's Decoded with Franchesca Ramsey, has written for Funny Or Die's NewsFlash, consulted on an untitled Michael Moore project, was formerly a video correspondent for Mic, blending social commentary and comedy, and currently is a correspondent for the science media site, Seeker.

He's currently working on his directing and writing debut hashtag, a short film (soon to be feature) about various forms of everyday policing, a pilot, and a book about the decontextualization of world history: past, present, and future.

 

 

SPACE JAM

...IS THE BEST MOVIE YOU'VE EVER PUT IN YOUR EYES DON'T GET IT TWISTED