Aamer Rahman is an Australian comedian whose work covers politics, race relations, and the War on Terror. He has performed sold-out shows at some of the world’s largest festivals including the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Fringe.
Rahman’s work has been covered by media outlets such as The Huffington Post, NBC, Slate, Colorlines, Afropunk, AlterNet, VICE and Essence Magazine.
He has supported legendary standups such as Dave Chappelle, and performed alongside critically acclaimed Hip-Hop artists Brother Ali and Lowkey. In 2014 he was named one of the Guardian newspaper’s top 10 live comedy shows of the year.
He has appeared in conversation with public intellectuals and activists such as Dr Cornel West and Professor Angela Davis.
The Australian Moment: What Does it Mean to be Aussie Right Now?
Aamer Rahman, Phil Kafcaloudes, Hannie Rayson, Mary Lou Jelbart
Election Special: Stand-Up … and Be Counted
Toby Halligan, Nazeem Hussain, Claire Hooper, Sammy J, Zoë Coombs Marr, Aamer Rahman, Mathew Kenneally, Gerard McCulloch, Denise Scott