Born in Iran to an Iranian father and an American mother, Moody Molavi found at an early age how to read the comedic moment in any situation. His family moved to the Southern U.S. in 1981, where Moody used his funny personality to escape multitudes of adverse moments in his young life. Moody was bullied by Iranians for being an American and by Americans for being an Iranian. This actually still happens to him on a regular basis as an adult.
Moody is a comic, who is also a Christian. He is married to his high school sweetheart, who later became his step-sister through the marriage of their parents to each other. That’s where the fun begins as Moody skillfully shares his life experiences as an Iranian Southern Bapti-costal Uncle Daddy!
People experience an entire range of emotions trying to profile him when they hear that description. It’s really best to sit back and enjoy the ride because you really have no idea where it will take you. However, you can confidently expect that anytime you spend with him will be unforgettable!
Moody loves to make everyone he meets leave a little happier than before they met him. His goal is to be a single light in a dark world by using his humor as his flame with hopes to spark the same goal for the people he meets along his journey through life.