Hey there, I’m Kari Assad. I’m Mexican, Lebanese, French and German. I’m never not gassy.

 

Kari Assad has a unique biting look on society. Having lived all over the United States and being the simple mix of Mexican, Lebanese, French and German- she has a crap ton to talk about! She's been seen on Marcella Arguello's Women Crush Wednesdays at the Hollywood Improv, Put Your Hands Together with Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher at UCB Franklin, Good Heroin with Comedy Central’s Matt Ingebretson, and opened for Bill Posley’s Off Broadway One Man Show: “The Day I Became Black”. She was a Finalist at the M.I. Westside's Showdown in Santa Monica, played the DC Comedy Festival, and 10,000 Laughs Festival in Minneapolis, MN. She recently created a themed stand up variety show, “Kari Assad’s Quinceanera”. It’s a comedy show celebrating multiculturalism and played to packed houses at the Comedy Central Stage and the Ice House in Pasadena.

Kari Assad also has a BFA in Acting from Emerson College in Boston. She is represented by Almond Talent Agency, and starred in Laruel Vail’s award winning short, “What Metal Girls Are Into”.

 
 
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I love Kari Assad’s stand up - Kari Assad’s Dad