Brandon Ash-Mohammed is a Toronto-based comedian, writer and the creator of The Ethnic Rainbow, Canada’s first and only comedy show for LGBTQ comedians of colour. Brandon has been an opener for several highly acclaimed comedians including Julio Torres (HBO’s Los Espookys), Chris Redd (NBC’s Saturday Night Live), Mo Amer (Hulu’s Ramy), and Cipha Sounds (Comedy Central’s The Chapelle Show). He has made appearances at various prestigious festivals such as Field Trip Festival and Just For Laughs Montreal, to name a few. In addition to stand-up, Brandon also excels at sketch comedy being an alumnus of Second City. A seasoned performer, Brandon is a Tim Sims Award nominated comedian, a Telefilm New Voices Award winning writer, I Heart Jokes’ Breakout Stand Up of the Year, and NOW Magazine’s Breakout Artist of 2018, and CBC’s Comedian to Watch. Most recently, Brandon wrote on season one of CBC’s Tall Boyz and appeared in The We’re Funny That Way Quarantine Comedy Special on CBC GEM. His debut album, Capricornication debuted at #1 on iTunes, has raised over $5000 for various charitable organizations, and is the first comedy album ever recorded by a gay black Canadian.