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

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