Kamal Ahmed (comedian)

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For the Bahraini government minister, see Kamal Ahmed (politician).

Kamal Ahmed (born May 7, 1966), usually called Kamal, is an American comedian and former member of the Jerky Boys prank phone calling group. He has acted in and directed several films, including Rapturious, completed in 2006.

Ahmed performed the characters of: Frank Kissel, a World War II veteran; Tarbash, an Egyptian magician; and Ali Kamal, a victim of dental malpractice, on the Jerky Boys albums. He co-starred with John G. Brennan in the comedy film The Jerky Boys: The Movie in 1995. Tensions began to develop between Brennan and Ahmed; during the production of Big Money Hustlas, the duo were unable to get along with each other, and Ahmed only appeared in a cameo.[1]

In 2000, Ahmed released a solo album titled Once A Jerk, Always A Jerk.[2]

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  1. ^ Violent J, Alex Abbiss, Billy Bill. Big Money Hustlas audio commentary (DVD). Psychopathic. UPC 044005380996. 
  2. ^ Dean S. Planet (2001). "Kamal from The Jerky Boys". Dean'sPlanet.com. Retrieved 2007-03-20. 

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