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Arab-American Comic John Kawie.

Stand up comic John Kawie. The Arab-American hails from Springfield, Conn. He's worked in concert with fellow comics Dennis Miller and Howie Mandel, and has been a contributor to Comedy Central's "Politically Incorrect." He appears regularly on Comedy Central's "Stand-up, Stand-up."


Other segments from the episode on May 28, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 28, 1996: Interview with Michael Korda; Interview with John Kawie; Review of the television movie "Cold Comfort Farm."


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