Ramy Youssef Bio–Wiki, Age, Hulu, Stand-up comedy, Tv Show And Net Worth.

Who is Ramy Youssef? | Ramy Youssef Biography and Wiki

Ramy Youssef is an American actor, stand-up comedian, and writer. He is famously known for his role as Ramy Hassan on the 2019 Hulu comedy series Ramy–for which he earned a Golden Globe Award in 2020 for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy, and for his starring role as Kevin on the Nick at Nite sitcom See Dad Run of 2012.

Ramy Youssef Age and Birthday

Youssef was born on March 26, 1991, in New York City, New York, United States of America. He celebrates his birthday on March 26th every year. Youssef will be 30 years old on Mar. 26th, 2021.

Ramy Youssef Height and Weight

Youssef is a man of tall stature. He stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in (1.75 meters). He also weighs 134 lbs (61 kgs).

Ramy Youssef Education

Youssef is a proud graduate of Rutherford High School, New Jersey.

Ramy Youssef Parents

Speaking about his early life, Youssef was born in the Queens borough of New York City to his Egyptian parents, making him an American by nationality and his ethnicity is Mixed of Egyptian-American. However, details about his parents are not known to the public and it is also not known if he has any siblings.

Ramy Youssef Wife

Youssef is currently single and there are no rumors about him dating any lady as well. His sexual orientation is heterosexual. He does not have any child. We will let you know when he gets in a relationship or when we discover helpful information about his love life.

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  • Full Name: Ramy Youssef
  • Age: 29 years (2020)
  • Date of Birth: March 26, 1991
  • Place of Birth: New York City, New York, U.S.
  • Education‎: Rutherford High School, New Jersey
  • Birthday: March 26
  • Nationality: Egyptian-American
  • Father’s Name: Mr. Youssef
  • Mother’s Name: Not Available
  • Spouse: Single
  • Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.75 meters)
  • Weight: 134 lbs (61 kgs)
  • Profession: Actor, stand-up comedian, writer
  • Known For: Ramy (2019), Why Him? (2016) and See Dad Run (2012)
  • Net worth: est $250,000 (as of 2020)

Ramy Youssef Career

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Speaking of his career, Youssef’s current job as an actor, was never close to his dream and passion as he was growing up. “I was in school for a little bit at Rutgers for political science, but it was very loose,” he says of life before getting into comedy, spending three seasons on Scott Baio’s Nick at Nite sitcom See Dad Run — his acting debut in which he had the main role. During the run of the show, Youssef shadowed the writers’ room, an experience Youssef would bring to his own show in 2019.

In 2017, Youssef showed up on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert where he played out his high-quality daily schedule. His TV series Ramy appeared on Hulu on April 19, 2019, with 10 scenes.

“It’s a lot about personal responsibility,” says Youssef, who insists the real Ramy is not quite as “stripped and confused” as the fictitious one. But he couldn’t imagine naming his comedy anything else. “I never wanted the expectation that this represents all Muslims,” he says. “That, by nature, is offensive. I [named] it Ramy because it’s my point of view. That’s really all the show claims to cover.”

The show, where Youssef plays the title character, recounts to the account of a millennial Muslim who is an original American destined to settler guardians in the United States. Soon after its first season appeared, Hulu recharged it for a second season with a normal debut date in 2020.

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He got a Golden Globe in January 2020 for this job. In June 2019, Youssef featured in an HBO stand-up satire exceptional, Ramy Youssef: Feelings.

After the presentation of Ramy, Youssef marked a general TV creation manage A24. As of December 2019, he has two shows being developed, one for Apple TV+ and one for Netflix.

Ramy Youssef Movies and Tv Shows


  • 2016: Why Him?
  • 2018: Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot
  • TBA: Hump


  • 2012–2014: See Dad Run
  • 2013: Above Average Presents
  • 2015: Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn
  • 2016: Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street
  • 2017: Mr. Robot
  • 2019: Ramy Youssef: Feelings
  • 2019–present: Ramy

Ramy Youssef Salary

Details about Youssef’s salary are not yet disclosed. However, information about how much he makes will be updated as soon as it is available.

Ramy Youssef Net Worth

Youssef has enjoyed a long career in the entertainment industry. Through proceeds from his work as a stand-up comedian, actor, and writer, he has been able to accumulate a modest fortune. Youssef is estimated to have a net worth of about $250,000.

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  • 2019: Critics’ Choice Television Award
    : Golden Globe Awards
    : Gotham Awards

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Frequently Asked Questions About Ramy Youssef

Who is Ramy Youssef?

Youssef is a famous stand-up comedian, actor, and writer who gained extensive recognition after appearing as a cast member on the Hulu comedy series Ramy.

How old is Ramy Youssef?

Youssef is an American national born on March 26, 1991, in New York City, New York, U.S.

How tall is Ramy Youssef?

Youssef stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in (1.75 meters).

Is Ramy Youssef married?

No, Ramy Youssef is not married yet and he is still to get married yet. At present, his relationship status is single. There are no rumors about him dating any lady as well. His sexual orientation is heterosexual. He does not have any child.

How much is Ramy Youssef Worth?

Youssef has an estimated net worth of $250,000. This amount has been accrued from his leading roles in the entertainment industry.

How much does Ramy Youssef make?

Details about Youssef’s salary are not yet disclosed. However, information about how much he makes will be updated as soon as it is available.

Where does Youssef live?

He is a resident of New Jersey, USA, we shall upload pictures of his house as soon as we have them.

Is Youssef dead or alive?

Youssef is alive and in good health. There have been no reports of him being sick or having any health-related issues.

Where is Youssef Now?

Youssef is still an active participant in the creative entertainment industry, he is a cast member of Ramy. Watch the trailer below.

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Ramy Youssef Show | Ramy Youssef on Casting Mahershala Ali, Sparking a Lindsey Lohan ‘Renaissance’ and ‘Ramy’ Season 3

Much like many other producers and showrunners, Ramy Youssef has spent his quarantine editing remotely, frantically trying to finish Season 2 of “Ramy” on time.

Youssef submitted the final locked episodes on Tuesday, only three days ahead of the launch on May 29, and discussed the “intense experience” on the “Variety After-Show,” presented by National Geographic, on Instagram Live.

“It’s been a lot to get it done during the quarantine. I’m super appreciative of all the people who are editing things out of their homes, and I just imagine everyone mixing sound and editing and color, doing all these things as they’re questioning their marriages,” Youssef joked.

The big addition to the Hulu show’s sophomore season is two-time Oscar winner Mahershala Ali, who plays the calming sheikh figure to the selfish, mistake-prone Ramy.

Youssef praised Ali for not “bringing his Oscars to set and showing us what’s what,” and described how he “leads by listening” on set.

“He called me, just on the vibe of, ‘Hey, I’m a practicing Muslim as well and really appreciate what you’re putting out,’” Youssef said. “Then it just turned into us hanging out and, of course, I had to ask if he wanted to be on it.”

Through the sheikh and his daughter Zainab (MaameYaa Boafo), Youssef introduces a discussion of colorism in the Muslim community, which he viewed as “important to highlight.”

“I think there’s this dialog that white people are the only ones being racist, or the only ones who are operating from prejudice, and I have always said that’s not true,” Youssef said. “There’s a lot of anti-blackness in the Arab community, white people are just the best at it, they’re the most professional at institutionalizing it. But everyone’s certainly trying to play the game. It really needs to be addressed and so for us to show our characters going through that, dealing with that, I think was important for the humanity of the characters of Sheikh Ali and Zainab.”

Later in the conversation, Youssef revealed that there was supposed to be another new, highly recognizable face in Season 2, however, things didn’t quite go to plan.

“We cast Lindsay Lohan in it, I had a great convo with her. I thought she was coming, she was on the call sheet, we were kind of prepped for it, and I’m not sure where she was. I knew she was in New York, and I was like maybe she went back overseas? But the time I did get to talk to her was great, she was such a cool person. I felt like we connected and then I didn’t hear from her,” Youssef explained. “So I’m looking forward to getting her involved moving forward because I’m a huge fan of her work and I think that she’s due for a return, a renaissance any day now and so I’m excited to be part of that hopefully inshallah.”

Next up for Youssef is an Apple TV Plus series he has in development with his “Ramy” co-star and close friend Steve Way.

Youssef said the prospective show will star Way alongside a “predominantly disabled cast and their families.”

“The show with Steve is so exciting to me because I think when we talk about making ‘Ramy,’ so much about it is we’ve never seen fully fleshed out Muslim characters; they’re only in the context of violence or maybe they’re only a side character or something like that. It’s even more true for disabled characters. We’ve never really seen them in their own environments and in their own communities in a comedic context, where it’s not a story that’s framed around someone else’s story, but really their own, and from their voice,” Youssef said. “It’s looking at what that means to be disabled and to still want to figure out how to be independent. It’s contradictory, in a sense, because there is this level of dependence you have to have on somebody, but I think that’s where we’re all at. Any of us who think we’re actually independent, we do still depend on other people. So to get to see that played out with these characters is really exciting.”

Youssef is hoping to get that series picked up, as well as a third season of “Ramy,” for which he has plenty of ideas for.

“I’m so exhausted after making Season 2, and we finally delivered it three days ago when we were done with notes. I had an Apple note thing on my phone with Season 3 stuff, but now I’m like, ‘Dude, I’m ready in a way,’ but I also want to take like three weeks off and chill.”