Sabrina Jalees

Sabrina Jalees

 New York, New York, USA

Stand combines heartfelt energy and excellent song craftmanship to deliver songs that range from loud and gritty to mellow and dramatic. Their combination of 2 very harmonic vocalists over hookie guitar lines provide a breath of fresh air in a music world full of mundane rock and puffy pop.


Sabrina Jalees is a comedian, actor, keynote speaker and writer based in New York City (Brooklyn.)
Since stepping onto the stage of (Torontos) Yuk Yuks amateur night at 16, shes become one of the most recognizable faces in the Canadian media.
Lovers of comedy were immediately intrigued by the -Pakistani, -Swiss teens humor (mostly because she was so damned clever (and admittedly, partially due to her moustache at the time).
She was soon skipping class to tour the country. Going on to record a CTV Comedy Now special, perform at the famed Just For Laughs Festival and break Mike Myers record as the youngest improviser ever hired by Second City.
Between now and then shes crossed over into acting (CBSs Flashpoint, Lifetimes Mom at Sixteen), hosts a Canadian reality series (YTVs In Real Life) as well as a national radio show (CBCs Laugh Out Loud) and is best known for her rapier wit as a fixture of the most popular show on Canadas version of MTV (Much Musics Video On Trial).
Her confidence and ambition has been in the scope of several international publications (Cosmogirl, Marie Claire Italy, ABCs Switched) and has led to the birth of a budding career in motivational speaking. Her comedy itself has caught glimpses of the globe, having toured North America, England and South Africa.
Cut to now. Shes completed her B.A. in Radio and Television Production. Shes moved to the U.S. where shes heavily booked touring colleges across the country. Shes turned some important heads (NBCs Last Comic Standing, Logos Year End Revew, Animal Planets The A-List) and shes working on turning a few more (i.e. You).
Check out her EPK (if you dont like her youre probably racist.)


If You Don't Like Me, You're Probably Racist

Set List

A 60 minute show