Entertainment's Swiss Army Knife THIS... is Fard Muhammad
Fard in a suit and cosmic vest
Recent News The latest projects and fun things...
September 3, 2023— Two bits of news. I now have a commercial agent! If you’d like to include me in your upcoming commercials, feel free to contact Tim O’Shea at ACTivity Talent Agency. In other news, I’ve decided to step away from doing Booji games. It was a lot of fun putting on live shows every week, and the people at Booji have been absolutely supportive of me, but I need to focus my energy on other arenas. I wish the people at Booji the best of luck in the future.
May 30, 2023— I’m hosting a weekly live trivia game show on the new Booji App! Unlike HQ Trivia, where the cash prize is split into like 45 cents, the top fastest winners will receive a cool prize from the sponsor of each game! I hosted my first game there in mid-May 2023, and two people won brand new heated camping chairs!
April 5, 2023— My 7th intro sequence for the Nostalgia Critic web show has been released with the Critic’s review of Despicable Me and the Minions movies. This intro is in the style of a classic arcade fighting game’s menu, with each cast member as a selectable character.
January 19, 2023— The live mobile game show app HQ Trivia was taken over by a bunch of fans of the app some days prior in the hopes of producing new episodes of Trivia and Words. They were looking for a host, and I signed up. On the night of the 19th, I set up a production studio in my apartment and hosted an episode of HQ Trivia that was seen and played directly on the app- complete with graphic design, music, and even cash winnings. As a fan of the show myself, this was a real treat. The fan response to my hosting was overwhelmingly positive. The video can be seen below. With the app now defunct, I could be seen as the last host of HQ Trivia.
Background: Photo at Stage 10 at Warner Bros. Studios by Fard Muhammad
Acting and On-Screen Performance The camera likes me.
Trained by Chelltoine Productions and McKay Arts for on-screen acting, I’ve been on-camera for many productions.
I also have the distinction as being the last broadcasted host on the HQ Trivia mobile app.
In online media, I was the co-lead on the ClickHole video 500 lb. Man, where I played one of the “two 250 lb. men” that the 500 lb. man split into.
The video has garnered over a million views on YouTube, three million views on Twitter, and fourteen million views on Facebook.
Additionally, I’ve been a part of the on-screen ensemble for the Nostalgia Critic web series and have made several guest appearances in the web series Atop the Fourth Wall. I have also co-starred and wrote questions for the online game show Pop Quiz Hot Shot.
As a background actor, I can be found in TV shows, including South Side on Max, and the Quantum Leap reboot on NBC.
I’m currently non-union, and I am represented for commercial work by Tim O’Shea at ACTivity. I’m currently seeking theatrical representation in Los Angeles.
Background: Still from Jesus Bro, by Walkaway Entertainment
Voice-Over & Audio Editing From Beautiful Downtown Burbank
Trained by Acting Studio Chicago, I’ve lent my dulcet tones and audio editing skills to many projects and roles over the years— including:
- Announcer and intro/outro audio producer of the Dennis Miller Option podcast
- Announcer for the livestreamed talk show IsoLate Night with Scott Rogowsky (using a Bill Wendell impression)
- Announcer for the livestreamed comedy series Saturday Night Quarantine (using a Don Pardo impression— seen below)
- One of the on-air live station announcers for MAG-TV, the TV/streaming channel for the Music and Gaming Festival
- Various roles on the sketch comedy album The Essential Trevor Martin
- Audio-only performance of station announcer William Farris in the analog horror series Winter of ’83
- Live announcer for the Chicago stand-up comedy showcase The Comedy Bowl with Mona Aburmishan
- Announcer for other podcasts, including The Bladtcast and Another Day Above Ground
Check out the commercial voice-over demo below!
Background: Photo by Dave Kresl
Motion Graphics & Video Editing Over 25 years of experience.
I’ve always had a strong interest in motion graphics and title sequences for television and film.
When I was 17, I animated my first computer-generated sequence commemorating the 25th anniversary of Atari. That was followed up two years later with an animation commemorating the 5th anniversary of the Atari Jaguar that was shown at the Classic Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, and it was later the subject of a humorous story on the Chicago morning TV show Fox Thing In The Morning.
At 23, I worked as an animator for VisualCast, where I became familiar with working with After Effects. My work for them was shown on huge video billboards across the Chicago area.
Since then, I’ve produced animations for commercials and title sequences that have been shown on many platforms. I’ve also designed logos— including the logos for Chicago Movieoke and The Twin Towers Alliance. For the last several years, I’ve been the animator of the intro sequences to the Nostalgia Critic web series and the logo animation for Channel Awesome. Most recently, I animated and designed the 80s-era TV graphics for the analog horror series Winter of ’83.
Background: Intro to the Nostalgia Critic web series
Logo designed by Doug Walker, modeled and animated by Fard Muhammad
World's Best Laugh I've got BLE: Big Laugh Energy.
I have a distinct and ebullient Laugh that has been a welcomed sound for comedians, show producers, and TV audience coordinators.
The Laugh is heard in over a dozen comedy albums and specials– including:
- Fake News, Real Jokes by Dennis Miller
- Tell the Damn Joke and The Last Late Night by Steve Byrne
- I Didn’t Say Anything Bad by Joe Kilgallon
- White Noise by Sam Norton (the first 360° VR comedy special)
- Nick and Sheila’s Kid by Prateek Srivastava
- Dead and Gone by Sean White
- Mother. F***er. by Kristen Toomey
I am working on delivering the Laugh to more comedy specials and television series audiences in the Los Angeles area. If you are a studio audience coordinator, casting company, warm-up comic, or comedy album/special producer looking to add a little “natural sweetener” to your audience responses, feel free to contact me.
Background: Photo at “CAMP: A Comedy Show” taken by Sarah Elizabeth Larson
Stand-Up and On-Stage Performances Enter, stage right.
Background: Zanies photo by Larry Bloom
(More) About Fard Like this whole website wasn't about me to begin with...
If you wish to contact me for voiceover projects, contact Big Mouth Talent.
For commercial booking, contact Tim O’Shea at ACTivity.
For all other inquiries, shoot me a line!
You can find more of my credits and acting resumes in the links below.
Fard Muhammad Headshot
Headshot by Jared Kahn Studio
Background: CONAN Set Photo by Gary Cannon