Ziwe

writer, actress, comedian

Ziwe on KCRW

Comedian Ziwe says her show is “uncomfortable conversations with iconic people.” She likes to “play up that chaos,” asking guests about race, politics, gender, culture, and class.

Comedian Ziwe pokes fun at celebs, wants to snag presidency

Comedian Ziwe says her show is “uncomfortable conversations with iconic people.” She likes to “play up that chaos,” asking guests about race, politics, gender, culture, and class.

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