Mamoudou N'Diaye is a Mauritanian-American former educator, writer, comic, DJ, and activist. He graduated from the College of Wooster in 2014 with a degree in Neuroscience and moved to Brooklyn to pursue a comedy career.
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-Fi, MTV News's Decoded with Franchesca Ramsey, has written for Funny Or Die's NewsFlash, and consulted on an untitled Michael Moore project.
He formerly was a video correspondent for Mic, blending social commentary and comedy as well as for the science media site, Seeker, blending psychology, sociology and comedy, and written for the Refinery 29 show After After Party with Sonia Denis and Roy Wood Jr’s Radio and TV Correspondents Association speech.
You can catch him eating Popeye's, milly rocking to This American Life in a Lisa Frank leopard onesie.