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Ronnie Khalil

Ronnie Khalil is an Egyptian American comedian. 

He was born in September 1977, in Miami, Florida, and he is of Egyptian descent. Ronnie has written, directed, and produced a variety of films, including The Meter Man of La Moutrechon, You Can’t Kill Stephen King!, From A to B, and With a Kiss I Die. He has also participated in stand-up shows, both solo and with comedy groups like the Axis of Evil and Sultans of Satire, and he lectures on comedy success at colleges all over the nation. 

Before his rise to fame, Ronnie received his Bachelor’s, Master’s in Business Degree, and Master’s of Fine Arts from the University of Miami.

Throughout his career, Ronnie received the Best Director and Audience Award at the Miami International Film Festival, had his screenplay accepted at the Dubai and Cairo film festivals as well as by the European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs (EAVE), and was elected to the selection committee for the Miami International Film Festival.


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