Louis Ashamallah | Me & My (5:00) Shadow

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Me & My (5:00) Shadow

by Louis Ashamallah

Side-splitting stand-up comedy on everything from TiVo to the fighting in the Middle-East. Taped live at the world famous Ice House in Pasadena in June 2006.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. Facial Hair
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2. War
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3. Wife
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4. Bosses
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5. Fame
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6. Layoffs
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7. Tough Jobs
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8. TV
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9. E-mail
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10. ATMs
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11. Pacemakers
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12. Shopping
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13. Race
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14. Starbucks
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15. Noah
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16. TiVo
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17. Twins
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18. Fatherhood
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Not all Arabs are terrorists.

The only time this Egyptian bombs is on stage, and he hasn't done that since he was a rookie comedian ten years ago!

Whether he's being "randomly" strip-searched at the airport, or being pulled over on the highway because his eyebrows are too close together, Louis just can't seem get a break.

The good news is he’s found a way to turn his ethnic misadventures into a world class comedy act for your amusement. Pick up his CD today and get ready to laugh 'till it hurts.

"I'm Egyptian and my wife is from the South, so our kids are HALF-ARAB and HALF-REDNECK. These are gonna be some CONFUSED kids. Someday they’re gonna be burning crosses on their OWN front lawns!"

The highlights of Louis's comedy career include reaching the semi-finals in a national Comedy Central competition, being featured on the Good Day L.A. morning show, and opening for Jay Leno at the Bally's Hotel in Las Vegas for an audience of over 2,000 people.


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Keith Anderson

Funnier than I could have imagined
I must say I was a little skeptical about this comic, I almost made an excuse to stay home the night of his act, but boy was I sooo wrong....this guy had me in tears....not only is he funny, but so personable on stage....works the audience into accepting his insights and experiences being an Egyptian man in America.... and lets loose the explosive side splitting humer that only he can bring...very, very funny.

The Serious Comedy Site

Strong debut CD from a talented comic. Original and edgy.
Ashamallah has many strong points as a stand-up comic. He does very good accents without overdoing them or milking them too long. His material on this stand-up comedy CD is original and edgy without being blue or dirty. This is a comic who can do material about old standards like Starbucks and make them different and original.

Brian Sullivan

Great routine; pokes great fun at himself.
Louis has a great routine. His self deprecating style helps you laugh with him. He does a good job of weaving new material in as well.

James Lloyd

Superb comedy!!!
I once heard Louis open for Jay Leno, and based on the laughter meter, it could have been the other way around.