Aziz Ansari

Aziz Ansari rails against Donald Trump, begs Millennials to vote

Aziz Ansari has joined the growing list of celebrities imploring young people to vote via viral video — and he’s none too thrilled about it.

“How many celebrities have made these stupid f—ing videos? Robert Downey Jr. made one, DiCaprio made one, Jennifer Lawrence made one,” an increasingly exasperated Ansari explains. “These people are way more famous than me! Why do you need me?”

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Emmy winner Jeffrey Tambor: Please give transgender talent a chance

All hail Jeffrey Tambor.

The veteran actor continued his reign as Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series at the 68th annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday. He won the golden statuette for the second year in a row for his role as Maura Pfefferman on Transparent. In the process, he delivered an impassioned plea to Hollywood to give transgender talent more opportunities.

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Aziz Ansari and Jimmy Fallon read embarrassing first text exchanges

Between his book Modern Romance, his show Master of None, and some of his more incisive stand-up comedy bits, Aziz Ansari has become a veritable philosopher of modern love as practiced over text messages and modern technology. So it’s no surprise that when Ansari stopped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday night, host Jimmy Fallon recruited him to read some embarrassing first text exchanges between men and women.

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Aziz Ansari compares Donald Trump and the Khans to Drake and Meek Mill

Basically since the beginning of his presidential campaign, Donald Trump has been getting into public spats with various opponents. He may have met his match, however, in the Khan family. Khzir and Ghazala, the parents of slain U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan, spoke at the Democratic National Convention, condemning Trump’s proposed ban on Muslim immigration and questioning whether the Republican candidate had ever read the U.S. Constitution.

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Aziz Ansari, Jon Hamm to appear on Billy on the Street

Billy on the Street’s Billy Eichner is returning for a fifth season of fun and games at a very high volume, and he’s bringing along some very high-profile guests.

Aziz Ansari, Jon Hamm, Seth Rogen, Lupita Nyong’o, and John Oliver will hit the streets of New York City with the Difficult People star on the upcoming season of the excitable-man-on-the-street pop-culture game show/sketch series, truTV announced on Sunday during the TCA Summer Press Tour.

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