Homecoming Comedy Show
with Jimmy O. Yang
October. 28th, 2021
Featuring Aristotle Athari
Tickets on sale September 27th at umdtickets.com
$5 UMD and $25 GA
Note: The first show is SOLD OUT!.
A second show has been added and will be at 10PM in Ritchie Coliseum. Student and General Admissions tickets are still available
Doors Open at 6:00pm
Event Starts at 7:00pm
Door close at 7:30pm
Event Ends 8:00 PM
Doors Open at 9:15 PM
Event Starts at 10:00 PM
Door Close at 11:00 PM
Events Ends at 11:30 PM
Join SEE for our annual Homecoming Comedy Show in Ritchie Coliseum. Stand up comedian and star of Silicon Valley, Space Force, and Crazy Rich Asians, Jimmy O Yang, will be headlining and will have you laughing the entire show. Student tickets are $5 and General Public Tickets are $25.
About Jimmy O. Yang
JIMMY O. YANG is an actor, stand-up comedian, and writer best known for his portrayal of ‘Jian Yang' on HBO’s Emmy-nominated series SILICON VALLEY. In 2017, he made a dramatic turn in his theatrical debut starring opposite Mark Wahlberg in the highly acclaimed PATRIOTS DAY directed by Peter Berg. Shortly after, he joined the ensemble of the international phenomenon in Jon Chu’s Warner Bros. hit CRAZY RICH ASIANS. Born in Hong Kong, Yang moved to Los Angeles when he was thirteen, where he eventually made his television debut on the CBS series 2 Broke Girls and his first late-night stand-up appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show, where he received a rare standing ovation. He’s the author of the book HOW TO AMERICAN: An Immigrant’s Guide to Disappointing Your Parents, which is his personal memoir of growing up as a teenage foreigner in America. His first hour-long comedy special GOOD DEAL pulls stories from his life as mentioned in his book is currently streaming on Amazon Prime.
He currently stars & writes on Netflix's half-hour series SPACE FORCE opposite Steve Carrell and John Malkovich, which is currently in production on Season 2. Up next, he will be seen in the starring role of the upcoming rom-com LOVE HARD also for Netflix from producer McG. Other film credits include FANTASY ISLAND, LIKE A BOSS, LIFE OF THE PARTY, THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS, EL CAMINO CHRISTMAS and THE OPENING ACT. Lastly, he makes up one-third of the production company Crab Club Inc. with partners Jessica Gao and Ken Cheng who just wrapped their first feature film EASTER SUNDAY starring Jo Koy in which they wrote and produced with a sprinkle of Jimmy O. on-screen. He can next be seen in the Netflix romantic comedy LOVE HARD as well as the Netflix comedy ME TIME starring Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg.
About Aristotle Athari
Aristotle is a Middle Eastern-American comedian, actor, writer, director, and podcaster. He was
named one of Just For Laugh’s New Faces in 2021 and is also the most recent featured player
on Saturday Night Live’s 47th season.
Shortly after getting his start in stand-up comedy, he began writing, performing, and directing
sketches with future collaborates Hasan Minhaj, Asif Ali, and Fahim Anwar to form Goatface – the
first and only sketch comedy show on Comedy Central to feature an all Muslim-American cast to
Aristotle has since directed stand-up specials that have aired on Comedy Central, Showtime, and
NBC. He also directed all of Will Smith's Snapchat series, Will From Home.
In 2019, Aristotle was cast as “Gabe” in the final season of Silicon Valley. He also cohosts the This
Is Americans Live podcast, an improvised parody of This American Life, alongside Andy Harris
on Will Ferrell’s Big Money Players Podcast network, airing on iHeartRadio.
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