College Comedian Saurin Choksi is a stand up comic performing in New York City. He is the co-host of Fuse TV’s late night pop culture talk show, White Guy Talk Show.
About Saurin Choksi?
Saurin Choksi is a college comedian and WGA-East television writer. Currently, he is on staff for Mo Willems’ Unlimited Squirrels—an upcoming animated series for HBO Max. Previously, Choksi wrote on staff for the Refinery 29 talk show, “After After Party,” as well as Sesame Workshop and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. He also hosted Fuse TV’s “White Guy Talk Show,” where he chatted about pop culture and wore suits he couldn’t afford. Choksi worked as a correspondent for Seriously.tv and has appeared in numerous Comedy Central digital shorts.
A 15 year stand up comedy veteran, Choksi won The Boston Comedy Festival and has performed on Fox TV and Sirius/XM radio. He produced and hosted two acclaimed live stand up showcases in Brooklyn: Comedians You Should Know NYC and Brown Privilege Comedy. Choksi trained at the Second City, Annoyance and iO comedy theaters. He’s an alumni of Chicago’s Lincoln Lodge.
He relaxes by running, sewing, and washing his car. He loves his brainiac wife, his family, and 4 of his friends. He thinks you should be nice to yourself and is impressed by your power.
Choksi generally goes by his last name, Choksi.