About Kwame Siegel
Kwame Siegel is a young comedian from Baltimore who grew up admiring such comedic greats as Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock. At the age of seventeen Kwame moved to the Big Apple (New York) to pursue his showbiz career. It was there after performing at the coveted Apollo theater in Harlem Kwame would make a name for himself. After his hysterical performance at the infamous "Amateur Night" on a non-televised Wednesday evening. Kwame was discovered by superstar Eddie Griffin, soon after Kwame went on the road as Griffin's opening act. When Kwame returned back to New York he had a short stint opening up for the Dave Chapplelle show studio audience. Kwame was also the recipient of the coveted Harlem Festival's Best Comedy award, for writing and starring in his own Mtv pilot "The World of Kwame". Kwame then moved to Los Angeles and is now an Improv, Laugh Factory and Comedy Store paid regular and currently attends Brian Reise's Acting Studio where Kwame plans to polish his acting chops and break through into film and television as a dramatic actor. Kwame currently has a national Footlocker and regional Hardees commercials running. He also continues to travel the country with Eddie Griffin as his opening feature act.