Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Modi (Mordechai Rosenfeld) is one funny guy. We've featured his stand-up routines and performances as a character actor a few times on Jewish Humor Central.
Born April 29th, 1970 in Tel Aviv, Israel, Modi Rosenfeld moved to New York City with his family when he was 7. Before entering comedy, he was a Wall Street international banker. He now goes solely by the name Modi and is known for creating accents and characters.
In this set, at the Comic Strip Live Club in New York, Modi starts out by making fun of his mother's overly cautious travel advice, and quickly segues into Mohammed jokes, anti-semitic cartoons, terrorist reaction, and the best Jewish alternatives to blowing up buildings in response to editorial insults.
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