Mohammed 'Mo' Amer is a Palestinian-Kuwaiti Muslim American who fled Kuwait alongside his family at nine-years-old to relocate to Houston, Texas. Years later, Amer struck a deal with a high school teacher of his that would allow him to practice standup comedy in front of his peers in exchange for a performance of a William Shakespeare monologue. Since then, Mo Amer has had honed his craft as a standup comedian and has quickly become one of the most admired personalities in the realm of standup.
Now known as an international comedic act that has toured over 27 countries, 37-year-old Mo Amer is preparing to embark on a one-time standup performance in one of the most prestigious music venues in all of Michigan. Come July 6, Mo Amer will take the stage at Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Michigan to perform for his adoring supporters (Tickets). Tickets for the comedian's one-off performance can be purchased, here, via AXS.
Check out Mohammed 'Mo' Amer's interview on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah where he discusses his twenty-year journey to the United States citizenship, his political commentary, being seated next to Eric Trump on a plane, and his Netflix comedy special, The Vagabond in the video provided above. Stick with AXS for tickets to the hottest entertainers in concert, live shows, sporting events, festivals, and more.