Saleh Karaman

Saleh has been doing comedy since high school, but took his first improv class after his girlfriend walked into their living room and said, "you've been watching a lot of "Whose Line," haven't you?"

Since then, Saleh has studied improv at WIT, taken longform workshops with the UCB, Annoyance Theater, and the DC Improv, and taken musical theater workshops with the Second City. He has been a member of improv groups Teen President, Hot & Sweaty, the Remainders, and Colossus. With WIT, he has performed in the Rise Up! series with the curtly titled show “A Look Back At Donald Trump, Greatest President of All Time: A Mockumentary,” and at Improvapalooza with a show starring a five year old child.

He can also be seen performing in theater and film productions, his most recent of which was Forum Theater’s “I Call My Brothers,” a play focused on paranoia and discrimination, of which he is very proud. Saleh has also performed on TV as a serial killer who targets pizza store managers, of which he is equally proud. Rave reviews of his performances include “yeah, it wasn’t bad, are we going to Mellow Mushroom now?”

Current Ensembles
Best Dance Move
Fighting
Favorite Word
Magumbo

Saleh has been doing comedy since high school, but took his first improv class after his girlfriend walked into their living room and said, "you've been watching a lot of "Whose Line," haven't you?"

Since then, Saleh has studied improv at WIT, taken longform workshops with the UCB, Annoyance Theater, and the DC Improv, and taken musical theater workshops with the Second City. He has been a member of improv groups Teen President, Hot & Sweaty, the Remainders, and Colossus. With WIT, he has performed in the Rise Up! series with the curtly titled show “A Look Back At Donald Trump, Greatest President of All Time: A Mockumentary,” and at Improvapalooza with a show starring a five year old child.

Student Feedback

“Saleh gave excellent feedback that was really applicable and made all of us better.”

“Saleh made every class fun with his high energy, support, and deep knowledge of improv.”