A part Palestinian, part Latino immigrant from Ecuador, Esteban Touma is a teacher, writer, and comedian adjusting to life in the US. He performed in Comedy Central’s Up Next showcase, and was part of Clusterfest festival in San Francisco. His comedy has been featured on NPR, he has been the host for The Moth in Madison, is a contributor to Wisconsin Public Radio, and has opened for comics such as Judd Apatow, Rory Scovel, Michelle Wolf, and Wyatt Cenac.
Esteban was featured in Comedy on State’s “Best of the Midwest” showcase, and was invited to perform at the NBC Second City Break Out Festival in Chicago. The U.S. Government once officially declared him an “authorized legal alien with a reentry permit.”
Esteban is currently living on the road. His tiny camper is currently parked on public land somewhere in the United States, where he’s working on his writing and a podcast with his partner.
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