About Sid

Hot off the release of his first solo stand-up album, Amazing, Probably, Sid Singh returns to conquer the fringe with his completely unique focus on everything awkward.

Life is awkward in all of its interactions and search for identity. Sid Singh goes deeper and more personal, finding comedy in the uncomfortableness of being brown in America, the UK, and even the rest of the World; finding out you’re more racist than your white girlfriend; learning that you’re terrible at smoking weed and in fact you’ve never actually gotten high before...right before you try the strongest drug of all time.

OK, fine that all sounds great, but you know what’s way more important about Sid’s show?

It’s hilarious. H-i-l-a-r-i-o-u-s. All that other stuff is unhyphenated fluff.

Sid Singh is a regular at numerous clubs in New York, Los Angeles and San Diego including Night Train with Wyatt Cenac, and The Tony Show (run Comedy Central’s Adam Atamanuik). Among his television credits are Living the Life (Islam Channel), Greatest Party Story Ever Told (MTV), Night Train With Wyatt Cenac (NBC). On radio Sid has appeared on BBC Radio Four’s Inconspicuous Consumption, BBC Asian Network, Fresh Air Radio, and Mutiny Radio. Sid has appeared on Kurt Metzger and Sherwood Small’s popular podcast Race Wars and weekly on legal podcast The Law is My Ass.

Sid’s debut stand-up album, Amazing, Probably, is available on Stand Up Records, iTunes, and anywhere else albums are sold and is currently at number 3 on the iTunes US Comedy chart.