Dalia Malek is an international comedian who started comedy in London, UK and has performed at major clubs, theaters, and festivals all over the world. Her stand-up was broadcast on BBC, and she has performed at the Brighton Fringe Festival, Reading Comedy Festival, Live Nation's Latitude Festival in England, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, Live Nation's Electric Picnic in Ireland, and Egypt's first ever Cairo Comedy Festival. Back home in the US, she has appeared in the Desi Comedy Fest, QueenFest, Second City Diversity in Comedy Festival, Sacramento FemmeFest, All Jane Comedy Festival, Ha Ha Harvest Comedy Festival, Big Pine Comedy Festival, and SF Sketchfest. She is the creator, producer, and resident host of Interruption Show, a comedy festival favorite which has traveled internationally and had regular appearances in the SF Bay Area, San Diego, and LA until COVID-19 halted live shows. She now runs Interruption Show on Twitch, and the online version has been recommended by Little Black Book and featured by Chortle UK in its guide to today's best comedy on demand. She also ran her stand-up show Ground Floor in LA, which has been on hiatus during the pandemic. She currently co-produces and co-hosts Comedy in English, a show that was produced at an international hostel in LA, and is now on Zoom through Bonfire Live, bringing together international English-speaking comedians and audiences from around the world. She is a sought-after podcast and radio guest, and has appeared on Earwolf, I Heart Radio, and was a regular on KGO Radio's Headliners on the Headlines. Her media-acclaimed Twitter feed is regularly featured in articles, lists, and roundups on BuzzFeed, Huffington Post, Paste Magazine, WhoHaha, Vox, Someecards, eBaum's World, and Funny or Die. She has been featured in Vulture and VoyageLA, quoted in Teen Vogue, NY Magazine, and the Washington Post, and was named one of USA Today's Funniest Young Feminists to Follow on Twitter, Bustle's Feminist Twitter Accounts to Follow, and The Frisky's Funniest Feminists to Follow on Twitter.
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