Sabrina Jalees
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Sabrina Jalees
Sabrina Jalees knows the work side of comedy. She's been doing standup since she was a teen and has been on TV almost as long. But she's still waiting for that dream job.
April 4, 2017

Sabrina talks about her long game and how joking about being Muslim has changed since her early, post-9/11 days.

Here’s that joke about coming out to her Muslim dad.

Sabrina also has her own podcast, My Sexy Podcast.

You can catch her this week on the Just For Laughs Roadshow in Markam, Milton, Burlington or Kingston.


Music on this episode:

“Haberdash” by Phèdre. Find more of their music here.

“St Lucia” by Bernice. Their bandcamp is here.

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