Kiran Deol is an actor starring on the NBC comedy "Sunnyside," from Mike Schur and Kal Penn. She's a co-host on Crooked Media's "Hysteria" podcast and tours regularly as a stand-up comedian. As a writer/director, Kiran has made films for HBO and Sundance, been nominated for an Emmy, and shortlisted for an Academy Award. She loves naps and ice cream. And she's making her DC Improv debut this winter!
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- Patrons must be 18 or older to attend events or classes at the DC Improv. Any exceptions are clearly noted in the event descriptions on dcimprov.com.
- There is a two-item minimum per ticket. This can be any combination of food items or beverages. Bottled water and soft drinks count as items. (The two-item minimum does not apply to comedy classes.)
- For our main showroom, the first show of any night is the "early" show. All other shows are "late" shows. Early shows are seated by time of arrival. The earlier you arrive at the club, the greater your seating options will be. Late shows have assigned seating, and assignments are made in order of ticket purchase. The earlier you buy tickets, the better your seats will be (i.e. closer to the stage). Click here for a more detailed explanation of seating policies.
- For our lounge, all shows regardless of start time are seated by time of arrival.
Kiran Deol is a comedian, filmmaker, and actress whose work tackles difficult topics with intimacy, poignancy, and humor. This fall, you can see her playing Kal Penn's sister Mallory in the NBC series "Sunnyside," from executive producer Mike Schur. Other TV credits include "How to Get Away With Murder," "The Mindy Project," "Modern Family," "New Girl," "Weeds," "Parenthood," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Newsroom." She hosted the series "Soul Food" for Vice.com, and the documentary series "Spotlight California."
Her film credits include a lead in the independent feature film "Farah Goes Bang," which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival and won the first ever Nora Ephron Prize. As a filmmaker, her film "Woman Rebel," a documentary about women rebel soldiers, was nominated for an Emmy, shortlisted for an Oscar, and distributed by HBO. Additionally, Sundance Now released her short film "American Haze," about her experience as a first generation immigrant. She is also a regular host on Crooked Media's all-female podcast "Hysteria."