Omid Djalili – Gladiator of Gags

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Award-Winning Comedian and Actor Omid Djalili joins Paul Boross to share tips from a long and successful career of comedy on the stage and screen. Hear how Djalili uses humour to unite audiences and cultures through his work as a stand-up and comedy actor. Join us for stories from scoring first time against RoboKeeper (something Lionel Messi could never) to scoring with audiences around the world only on The Humourology Podcast.

Omid Djalili is an international sensation on the stage and screen, he joins Paul Boross to discuss a lifetime of laughter. From blockbuster movies to award winning stand up, Djalili has built a career in comedy. He joins The Humourology Podcast to discuss the power of humour in bringing people together through the hard times.

“I learned very quickly that laughing can get you out of a difficult situation. I think that was I learned that humour is like a superpower.”
Join Omid Djalili and Paul Boross as they share stories from the stage and screen. Take a peek into what makes Omid such a powerful and punchy performer only on The Humourology Podcast.

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