Netflix’s new documentary show, 100 Humans, is an extensive social science experiment that aims to derive new perspectives on human behavior in various situations.
As the title suggests, the show takes 100 humans from a diverse range of backgrounds and puts them through various social experiments that explore age, sex, happiness, and more.
And while the experiments themselves are captivating, audiences are equally enamored by the affable trio of hosts that comprise of science correspondent and writer Allie Ward, writer and actress Zainab Johnson and stand-up comic Sammy Obeid.
Keep reading for everything you need to know about Sammy ahead of the show, and how to follow more of his work beyond 100 Humans.
Who is Sammy Obeid?
Sammy Obeid is a stand-up comedian who’s perhaps best known as the record-holder of the most consecutive nights of stand-up comedy at 1,001 performances. His streak began back in December 2010 and continued until September 2013, with a final night that he called 1,001 Arabian Nights of Comedy.
His debut comedy album, which was recorded at the end of his streak, is called Get Funny or Die Trying. It was named a Best Comedy Album of 2013 on iTunes, and the success led to Sammy now running his own comedy enterprise called KO Comedy.