Naseem Pedrad is not a new name in the entertainment industry. Iranian American comedian and actress Naseem Pedrad has worked in the entertainment industry for over 20 years. She has achieved many accomplishments, including being the first SNL member from the Middle East. Check Naseem Pedrad’s biography.
|Real Name||Nasim Pedrad|
|Birthday||November 18th, 1981|
|Parents||Arasteh Amani and Parviz Pedrad|
|Height||approx. 5 ft 4 in|
|Weight||approx. 53 Kg|
|Body Measurements||33-25-34 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||33 B|
|Shoe Size||5.5 (US)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
Naseem Pedrad is famous for
- Nazim Pedrad is more than just a comedian and actor.
- She is also a showrunner and was responsible for creating the TBS comedy series Chad, starring her.
- Here are some interesting facts about the artist.
Measurements of the figure of Nazim Pedrada
Naseem Pedrada has a warm and sinuous body. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall. Her height in meters is 1.63 meters or 163 centimeters. She weighs around 55 kilograms or 121 pounds and is 362,734 inches tall.
She has brown eyes and beautiful blonde hair. She has a good figure and her dress size is 6 by US standards.
Career of the actor Nazim Pedrada
Naseem Pedrad began his career with The Sunday Company in The Groundlings. He also performed his solo opera “Me, Me and Iran” at the ImprovOlympic Theater Divisions and the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles. At the 2007 HBO Comedy Festival, he performed in Me, Myself and Iran in Las Vegas.
Although his filmography dates back to 1999 when he starred in The Mike & Ben Show, Naseem’s career took off after joining Saturday Night Live.
Naseem Pedrada Movies and TV Series
Here is a complete list of Nazim Pedrada movies and series:
- Aladdin (2019) – Naseem Pedrad’s character Aladdin was named Dahlia.
- Desperados (post-production) – Wesley
- Human Discoveries (2019) – Leader Elk
- Chad (2019) – Chad
- Corporate Animals (2019) – Susie
- No Activity (2018)
- New Girl (2015-2018) – Eli Nelson
- People of Earth (2017) – Agent Alex Foster / Jasmine
- Brooklyn NineNine (2018) – Kate
- Curb Your Enthusiasm (2017) – Numa
- Saturday Night Live (2009-2018)
- Scream Queens (2015) – Gigi Caldwell
- Big Mouth (2017) – Fatima
- Saturday Night Live: Cut For Time (2013-2014) – Wife/Mother
- Chad: American Boy (2016) – Chad
- The Mindy Project (2016) – Dr. Jasmine Maloof
- The Lorax (2012) – Oneller’s Mother (voice)
- Allen Gregory (2011) – Val / Brinik
- Trip Tank (2014-2015) – Laurana / Mary / Chrissy
- Mulaney (2014-2015) – Giovanna
- A Mom as a Friend (2006) – Waitress
- 73 Girls (2005) – Zahra
- The Mike and Ben Show (1999)
- Cooties (2014) – Rebekkah
- The Awesomes (2013) – Various roles including Latonna, show manager, and Tigger.
- Despicable Me 2 (2013) – Gillian (voice)
- Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition (2009-2012) – Translator / Wife / Kathy Griffin
- The Dictator (2012) – GMW Host
- A Thousand Words (2008) – Photographer
- Unchained (2011) – Writer
- ER (2007-2009) – Nurse Suri
- It’s Always Sunny in Philly (2009) – Lucy
- Winner (2007) – Waitress
Naseem Pedrada Net worth in 2021
The theater is his main source of income. She has been very focused on her career since she was little. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Naseem’s net worth is $3 million.
Who is Naseem Pedrada’s husband?
The actress is completely devoid of personal life. Her privacy when it comes to her personal life has many people wondering, “Is Naseem Pedrad a lesbian?” is a question that remains unanswered due to the celebrity’s personal lifestyle.
Nazim Pedrod Social networks
Naseem has a verified Instagram account that currently has 420,000 followers.
Naseem Pedrada Quotes
- I knew from an early age that I wanted to do sitcoms and maybe part of that was school because I had a weird name, my parents had this accent, and I was definitely late.
- I will never forget my first [SNL] show. I had a note from Kristen Wiig in my closet. There was only one heart and she said “Have fun”. She always stayed with me.
- If men could get pregnant, abortion clinics would be like Starbucks, two on every block and four in every airport. And in the morning, the pills will have different flavors, like sea salt and fresh food.
- John [Mulaney] likes to say that I look like a district attorney without any skills.
- I really admired Tina Fey as a writer, and since she had a background as a writer, I really admired her career.
- I can easily get along with the underage jerk that has been in my life for so long.
- I wanted to play Middle Eastern characters, people, funny, with their nuances, with their flaws, and whose flaws are understandable. Characters with humanity in them. But those parts didn’t really exist. It was then that I discovered that the media portrayed the people of the Middle East in an extremely negative light. Since I didn’t have the roles I wanted, I knew I had to go ahead and create them myself. And that’s when I started writing.
- “When I first told the network that I wanted to play a 14-year-old boy [from Chad], there was justifiable confusion and concern about the idea. This show! What’s up? Naseem, why? This, Don. What about you, “Play, Mom!” Frankly, they had every reason to believe that she would give them a show where she would play a grown woman.
- But this is not the show I wanted to do. I thought it could make a teen show so much funnier if the teen was played by an adult who loves pranks and has an idea of why teens are so funny. And I knew that I could disappear and look like a child… So I spent the next five years fighting to make this show happen. Chad was my personal Go Big moment. And by the moment, I mean a dying half decade filled with problems, setbacks, but ultimately perseverance.
- I really wanted to write something honest about growing up as a child among immigrants in America.
- I was in Los Angeles at the time, just auditioning and hoping to get a drama or comedy role. I was starting to feel really stuck in the anticipation of the role. I also took lessons from UCB and Groundlings and at higher levels they focus on writing. It was a relief to be able to write. During these shows, I wrote a solo show called “Me, Me Again, and Iran,” which ultimately went to Tina Fey. She advised me to audition for SNL, so thanks to her I got to the first of two auditions.
- And now I want you to think for a moment about the task ahead of you, which can make you great.
- Raise your hand if you’ve ever had to help your parents with technology. It was fun? Or did it lead to the sudden death of your will to live?