Gad Elmaleh — Moroccan Comedian born on April 19, 1971,

Gad Elmaleh is a Moroccan French stand-up comedian and actor who lives and works in France. He has starred in several feature films, including Coco, Hors de prix, La Doublure and Midnight in Paris... (wikipedia)

There were two things I used to do to seduce girls: jokes and music. Since I'm not a great pianist, jokes were my thing.
I don't feel any need to play the role of the clown. In my private life I take a break from humor.
When you succeed, at a certain point, you want to challenge yourself. Otherwise, you become boring. You become a has-been. It's not very interesting. I don't want to be this guy who has only succeeded in France. I could say, 'O.K., that's it; merci.' But I'm not interested in that.
Journalists ask me, 'Why don't you ever talk about sex in your performances?' True, I don't talk about sex - not in my personal life and not in my professional life. This is modesty.
Comedy in America is very serious. Either they laugh, or they don't.

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