Aasi Mandviwala, is a British-American actor and comedian. He began appearing as an occasional contributing correspondent on "The Daily Show" on August 9, 2006. On March 12, 2007, he was promoted to a regular correspondent.
He is the lead actor, co-writer and producer of the web series "Halal in the Family". Mandvi is also the author of the book No Land's Man.
He has acted in films such as Undermind, Spider-Man 2, The Proposal, The Understudy, The Last Airbender, Dark Horse, Million Dollar Arm, Mother's Day, and Drunk Parents.
His television shows include "The Brink", "National Geographic Explorer", "Blue Bloods", "Evil", "This Way Up", and "Mira, Royal Detective".
Mandvi is involved with disaster-relief organizations such as the charity initiative Relief 4 Pakistan, which assists in flood relief in Pakistan. In 2010, he hosted the "Stand Up for Religious Freedom" comedy event to raise money for the organization.
Was very funny; he provided a bridge between two worlds and gave us a chance to draw attendance from various groups.
Terrific! Easy to work with. Terrific for students.
Mr. Mandvi was very pleasant to work with and dealt with some of our technical difficulties with the utmost professionalism.