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Fakkah Fuzz is one of the fastest rising talents in the local comedy scene, Fuzz has performed in local open mics and shows for 6 years and has received positive reviews from local media such as The Straits Times Life, Berita Harian, The New Paper and Channel News Asia. In 2012, Fuzz has also spearheaded and headlined a local stand up comedy show called Sons Of Singapore which he headlined and produced.

In 2013, Fuzz made his debut regionally performing in Hong Kong, Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia. In 2015 He also made his debut at the Gotham Comedy Club in New York City. Fuzz has also been the host of local TV channels such as Mediacorp Channel 5 and Suria such as “50 ways to be a singaporean”, Throwback: Balik Kampong and AH! Adam & Hawa . Fuzz is also the 1st runner up of a popular Malay Improv TV Competition called : “Super Spontan Upsize” alongside Malaysian household name Johan in 2015.

Fuzz is also the champion of a local stand up competition called Stand Up for Singapore both in 2012 and 2013. In 2014, Fuzz has performed twice at the esplanade on “Happy Ever Laughter” and “Kings and Queen of Comedy Asia”. He is now looking to perform his 1st hour long stand up comedy special – “In Fuzz We Trust” at the Singapore Comedy Fringe 2016.

 

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Everyone loves a bit of Fuzz


“A crowd favourite”                                                Channel News Asia 

A young, talented Malay stand up comedian”                            8 Days (Nov 3 2011) 

“Once on stage, he oozes with confidence”                                The Pulse (2012) 

 

 

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Read some Reviews

 

“We peak with Faz, a young, animated Malay who waxes deftly on the racial riffs between Singapore’s Malay and Chinese communities with all the self-assured swagger of a young Eddie Murphy. He, like the tyros before him, is surprisingly sophisticated.” – TimeOut Singapore Read More

“Where has Stand Up Comedian Fakkah Fuzz been hiding all this while?” – Business Times (28 Oct 2011) review of Wild Rice Ball Read More

Put Kumar, Sebastian Tan the Broadway Beng guy, Hossan Leong the Singapore Boy and Fuzz together and watch communities build for the future. – The New Paper (27 Oct 2011) Read More