Nasry Malak is a stand up comedian/ actor/ writer who has been in the entertainment business for about twelve years. Trained in the art of acting and improvisation Nasry’s true strength comes from his quick wit and original material. He is constantly working on his craft by either writing or performing everyday. Nasry was recently featured in the movie “As Good As Dead”, and has just finished working on a TV pilot called “God Loves Me Best” which is currently being shopped around to all the major networks. Nasry has performed on ComedyCentral.com, the motherload page, where his stand up comedy was turned into a very funny sketch called the ‘The Watchlist’. Nasry has written and starred in his own one person shows, ‘The Morning After Pill’ and ‘Preaching to the Choir’. He has been fortunate enough to work with Robert Smigel on a voice over for Saturday Night Live’s “TV Funhouse”. He has been featured in Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 DVD and the Women’s Entertainment Channel’s “Three Men and a Chick Flick”. He was also asked to be on CNN and 20/20 in news segments with up and coming comedians. This year promises to be very rewarding as well. Nasry is planning a comedy tour throughout the United States.