Ramy Youssef

actor, comedian, and co-creator of “Ramy”

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In the new Hulu show “Ramy,” the lead character is a 20-something who works at a startup that fails to get off the ground, uses dating apps, and still lives with his parents.

Comedian Ramy Youssef stars in first TV sitcom about Muslim Americans

In the new Hulu show “Ramy,” the lead character is a 20-something who works at a startup that fails to get off the ground, uses dating apps, and still lives with his parents.

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