Akaash Singh Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, Biography & More

Akaash Singh

Akaash Singh is an American actor, stand-up comedian, and podcaster of Indian origin. He is known for hosting a podcast with American stand-up comedian Andrew Cameron Schulz and for his YouTube comedy series Bring Back Apu.


Akaash Singh was born on Friday, 4 May 1984 (age 39 years; as of 2023) in Dallas, Texas. His zodiac sign is Taurus. Akaash pursued his schooling in Texas. He wanted to be a doctor like his uncle, so Akaash attended Austin College, Sherman, Texas, for his premed studies, from 2002 to 2006.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 6″

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Moss Green

Akaash Singh

Family & Caste

Akaash Singh belongs to an immigrant Indian family in the United States. Akaash Singh belongs to the Kshatriya cast.  [1]The Downing Town Times

Parents & Siblings

His mother, Padma Devi, is a homemaker. He has an elder brother Anshul Singh.

Akaash Singh with his mother

Akaash Singh with his mother


Akaash Singh (on left) with his brother

Akaash Singh (left) with his brother


Akaash Singh got married to Jasleen Singh in July 2021 in New Jersey. Jasleen Singh works as a marketing analyst.

Akaash Singh with Jasleen Singh

Akaash Singh with Jasleen Singh


Akaash Singh was in a relationship with Jasleen Singh for six years before tying the Knot in July 2021. Jasleen and Akaash met at the Hoboken Comedy Festival in New York in 2015. Jasleen knew about Akaash through her sister, who was a big fan of Akaash’s podcast.

Akaash Singh and Jasleen Singh

Akaash Singh and Jasleen Singh

On 4 October 2019, Akaash wrote a post on Instagram, talking about his relationship with Jasleen. He wrote,

Four years ago today I chased this girl down after a comedy show because she looked like she might be Indian, and she had that – a rarity for our peoples. Fast forward to today and she’s gonna be my wife. Moral of the story: Give street harassment a chance.”

After about four years of dating, Akaash Singh proposed to Jasleen Singh at the Empire State Building in 2019, two days after her birthday, and they got married in 2021. [2]StylesRant

Akaash Singh proposing to Jasleen on the top of Empire State Building

Akaash Singh proposing to Jasleen on the top of the Empire State Building


Akaash Singh follows Hinduism. During a show, he talked about his religion and said,

I have a Sikh name, but I am a Hindu” [3]The Downing Town Times


Stand-up comedy

Akaash Singh started doing stand-up comedy during high school. During an interview, recalling his school days, Akaash Singh said,

My first experience of doing comedy came in high school — because a friend made me do it, it was at an open mic at a bar in Denton called the Brick House Café. I was onstage for about five minutes. I didn’t do it again for another four or five years.”

Akaash singh during one of his shows

Akaash singh during one of his shows

After graduating from college, Singh pursued stand-up full-time and moved to Los Angeles in September 2006. While in Los Angeles, he did multiple shows, but they were not successful. By February 2007, he was doing a minimum of 5 open mics per week. In 2008, he moved to New York, where he started doing comedy club gigs occasionally and became a comedy barker at the Village Lantern.

Akaash Singh performing free style comedy in 2020

Akaash Singh performing freestyle comedy in 2020

In February 2022, Akaash experienced a career breakthrough with the release of his comedy special “Bring Back Appu” on his official YouTube channel. The special offered Akaash’s comedic perspective on racism and included jokes about white privilege. “Bring Back Appu” centred on the controversy surrounding the removal of the Indian immigrant character “Appu” from the popular American sitcom “The Simpsons.” The video crossed over a million views in its first week. In March 2022, he released The Crowdwork Special, which made him the comedian who produced two specials in back-to-back months. [4]Broadway World



In 2014, Akaash Singh made his television debut with the American show Good Medicine. In the show, he played the role of an Indian- American wannabe player, Raj. In the same year, he appeared in HBO’s supernatural drama television series The Leftovers, he played the role of a dry cleaner. He became famous for appearing in seasons 6 & 7 of American sketch comedy and battle rap improv game show Wild ‘n Out. In 2015, Akaash Singh appeared in an American reality comedy television series Guy Code on MTV2. Akaash Singh has appeared in many television shows including Red Oaks (2015), Guy Code vs. Girl Code (2016), and Fake News at Night (2018).

Akaash singh in a still from the show Guy Code vs. Girl Code (2016)

Akaash Singh in a still from the show Guy Code vs. Girl Code (2016)


In 2016, Akaash appeared in an American comedy-drama series Brown Nation. He played the role of Mookie, an IT company employee in America of Indian origin.



Akaash Singh hosts a podcast, Flagrant, along with Andrew Schulz, an American comedian. The podcast originally started as a sports podcast, but in 2022, it started covering current events and pop culture. After the success of the podcast, Singh also created a Patreon, where they post an additional podcast during the week.

Akaash Singh (extreme right) in a still from his podcast Flagrant 2

Akaash Singh (extreme right) in a still from his podcast Flagrant 2

Other Works

Akaash Singh owns a production company, Padma Devi Productions, in the name of his mother. [5]Global Indian Times


  • TV Show(s): Looney Tunes, Bugs Bunny
  • Sportsperson: Reggie Miller
  • Comedian: Ramy Youssef


  • During an interview, in 2022, talking about his love for sports and it being the inspiration behind starting the famous Flagrant podcast with American stand-up comedian Andrew Schulz, he said,

    I’m a big Cowboy fan. Mavericks fan, obviously. I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Sports is big. Andrew wasn’t as big into sports. Really big basketball fan, but that’s kind of it. But we both talked about how sports is a good thing because people don’t get super-political over sports typically. Colin Kaepernick divided a lot of people, but normally, [for] most of us, I think sports is a place to leave all that shit behind. It has some place, but I’m not going to not be friends with somebody because they’re a Bears fan or a Niners fan. So, it’s a place where we can all come, even if we’re different, and just talk around this thing. And there’s not a lot of sensitivity, typically around sports fans. It was a way we knew we could still do our non-sports stuff that’s comedy and flagrant and funny, and have a through-line.”


  • In an interview, in 2017, when asked why he chose to be a stand-up comedian, Akaash said that it was his friend who encouraged him to become a  comedian. He said,

    When I was in 11th grade Anatomy and Physiology, one of my friends in the class said ‘You’re not gonna be a doctor. You’re gonna be a stand-up comedian, and I’m gonna be your manager and take 10% of whatever you make.’ I was intrigued, but never thought I could do it. Then he messaged me our Freshman year of college and said there was an open mic in Denton [Texas] and I needed to get material together. I nervously put on these shows in our little dorm. Not the dorm, but our little dorm room with bunk-beds. And then I went and did it. And I remember there were moments when the audience was laughing so hard that I couldn’t say the next line because I memorized a script. I remember I was freaking out because, ‘oh my god the audience is laughing too hard I can’t say what I want to say next.”

  • In February 2022, Akaash Singh appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience, a podcast hosted by American comedian, presenter, and UFC color commentator Joe Rogan.
    Akaash Singh (on left) with Joe Rogan on the sets of The Joe Rogan Experience

    Akaash Singh (left) with Joe Rogan on the sets of The Joe Rogan Experience


  • In July 2022, Akaash Singh sold out his all 5 shows in Minneapolis.

    Akash Singh during his show in Minnneapolis

    Akaash Singh during his show in Minneapolis


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