Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj
It Pays to Bet on Yourself
Hasan Minhaj headlines the Wall Street Journal’s Future of Everything festival
Since his time on The Daily Show, HASAN MINHAJ has been a comedic genius bringing forward issues of the day wrapped in brilliant and hilarious commentary. Featured in the Wall Street Journal’s Future of Everything Festival, The Future of Creativity with Hasan Minhaj covers a wide range of issues, explaining how he leverages Patriot Act to address complex social issues, with humor and humility.
In an interview with the Journal, the host of the hit Netflix comedy series Patriot Act and two-time Peabody Award-winning comedian said “I try to be active and optimistic in my outlook”, which is why he sets the stage for his audience to take clear actions, should they feel inspired. Named to TIME's "100 Most Influential People in the World," Minhaj originally rose to prominence as a senior correspondent on The Daily Show. As Host of The Daily Show Trevor Noah wrote in TIME: "Patriot Act is the manifestation of Hasan’s whip-smart commentary, charisma and sincerity. It’s also a consistent reminder that Hasan is America. And America is Hasan.”
Be it a virtual keynote at a digital summit or a moderated discussion at an in-person conference, Hasan is the kind of speaker everyone wants to have at their event. He brilliantly pulls an audience in through dynamic universal stories that leave them with a new perspective on the topic and wanting to take action.
Hasan Minhaj is the host and creator of the weekly comedy show, Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, that premiered on Netflix in October 2018. The series explores the modern cultural and political landscape with depth and sincerity through his unique comedic voice.
Minhaj earned rave reviews for his one-hour Netflix comedy special, Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King, that earned him a 2018 Peabody Award, and for his performance hosting the 2017 White House Correspondents' Dinner.
A first generation American, in November 2014 Minhaj joined The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, where he was Jon’s last hire as a correspondent, and he continued on in that role after Trevor Noah took over as host the following year. He remained on the show through August 2018. In 2021, he got a major recurring role on the second season of the drama series The Morning Show.