Maz Jobrani is best known as one of the founding members of the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour, the show starring top Middle Eastern-American comics that spawned a hit DVD and Comedy Central special. Jobrani's Showtime specials I Come in Peace and Brown and Friendly were hits for the network and his stand-up credits also include The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Lopez Tonight and Comedy Central's Premium Blend. He's been a cast member on TV's The Knights of Prosperity, Life on a Stick and Better Off Ted, appeared everywhere from NPR to the BBC and even penned a hilarious memoir I'm Not a Terrorist but I've Played One on TV. The stand-up star draws on his background as an Iranian kid raised in California and pokes fun at cultural stereotypes of all kinds. Get an earful of the kinds of racial ridiculousness that cracks him up and ticks him off when he appears at L.A.'s Comedy Store on Sunset, along with Dane Cook, Michael Kosta and guests.