Wang Philip Nathaniel Sin Goi Philip Nathaniel Sin Goi Philip Nathaniel Sin Goi born 22 January 1990, is a British-Malaysian stand-up comedian and comedy writer who is a member of the sketch comedy ensemble Daphne and co-creator of Daphne Sounds Expensive, a BBC Radio 4 series. He and fellow comedian and Footlights graduate Pierre Novellie co-host the comedy podcast ‘BudPod.’
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He’s recorded two full-length stand-up gigs, which you can watch on his YouTube channel for free. Wang has also contributed articles to The Guardian.
Phil Wang made appearances on the podcasts Pappy’s Flatshare Slamdown and Do the Right Thing in 2017.
Wang was named Chortle’s Student Comedian of the Year in 2010 and Comedy Central’s Funniest Student in 2011. He was president of Footlights at Cambridge University in 2012, where he studied engineering for four years. Since then, Wang has appeared at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Phil was announced as one of the candidates in Series 7 of Taskmaster on July 4, 2018. ‘Make the best noise’ and ‘Most astonishingly lovely thing’ were among the tasks he won.
Wang is currently working on a stand-up comedy series called Wangsplaining for BBC Radio 4. broadcasted the pilot episode on May 19, 2019.
He made an appearance on Kevin McCloud’s Rough Guide to the Future in the year 2020. He appeared on Have I Got News For You in December 2020 and May 2022.
He started a new podcast, Phil Wang Hates Horror, which was released on Audible in May 2021.
Phil Wang: Philly Philly Wang Wang, his Netflix comedy special, was published in August 2021. In September 2021, he published his first book, Sidesplitter: How to Be from Two Worlds at Once.
He similarly criticized the idea that “people of color” implies brotherhood or fraternity, describing the word as “clumping together every minority group for their “non-whiteness,” despite the fact that each group is unique and has its own prejudices and biases.” Despite meeting casual bias when playing in a variety of locations across the UK in his early years in the business, the comedian has risen through the ranks to become one of the country’s top young comedians.
In a recent interview with the BBC about his biography, Wang discussed the dangers and benefits of effectively growing up across diverse cultures and their effects on personal connections, comedy, and the image of culture, and stated that being mixed-race ‘can complicate certain parts of one’s existence.’ Being mixed-race is “a beautiful way to feel foreign wherever you go,” he admitted, but his upbringing has uniquely prepared him for the profession in which he has achieved great success.