Comedian Nazeem Hussain calls for 'adults only' playgrounds

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Comedian Nazeem Hussain embraces his inner child in a photoshoot for Body and Soul magazine as he calls for ‘adults only’ playgrounds in Australia


He has made a living out of making people laugh. 

And in Sunday’s issue of Body + Soul magazine, Nazeem Hussain has embraced his inner child as he posed for a playful photoshoot.  

The 36-year-old comedian was pictured grinning cheekily as he perched on a tiny picnic chair in the garden while sipping tea – a scene reminiscent of Alice In Wonderland. 

Staying young! Comedian Nazeem Hussain, 36, (pictured) has embraced his inner child by posing for a playful Alice In Wonderland-like photoshoot for Body + Soul magazine

Staying young! Comedian Nazeem Hussain, 36, (pictured) has embraced his inner child by posing for a playful Alice In Wonderland-like photoshoot for Body + Soul magazine 

The hilarious photoshoot was accompanied by an interview, in which Nazeem called for the creation of adults-only playgrounds in Australia. 

‘Adults need dedicated playgrounds at local parks,’ he reasoned.

‘Kids love grown-ups who play and, if you want them to like you, you’ll be compelled to become fun and carefree again,’ he added. 

Good idea? The hilarious photoshoot was accompanied by an interview, in which Nazeem called for the creation of adults-only playgrounds in Australia

Good idea? The hilarious photoshoot was accompanied by an interview, in which Nazeem called for the creation of adults-only playgrounds in Australia 

Nazeem’s youthful energy has earned him a legion of fans over the years.

While Nazeem played shows around the country as a stand up comedian, he is well  known for starring in his SBS TV show Legally Brown. 

In 2017, he also showed off his comical antics during a brief stint on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.

Familiar face: While Nazeem played shows around the country as a stand up comedian, he is well known for starring in his SBS TV show Legally Brown

Familiar face: While Nazeem played shows around the country as a stand up comedian, he is well known for starring in his SBS TV show Legally Brown

These days, he makes regular appearances on Channel Ten’s The Project.   

Despite garnering his own level of fame, he has in the past been mistaken for fellow The Project host, Waleed Aly. 

Nazeem told the Courier Mail in 2019 that he finds the comparison to Waleed flattering.   

‘There’s nothing embarrassing about being mistaken for one of the smartest and insightful people on the planet,’ he said. 

‘The excitement you see in peoples’ eyes when they believe they’re speaking to Waleed.’ 

Flattered: Nazeem told the Courier Mail in 2019 that he finds the comparison to The Project host Waleed Aly (right) flattering. 'There's nothing embarrassing about being mistaken for one of the smartest and insightful people on the planet,' he said. Both pictured on The Project

Flattered: Nazeem told the Courier Mail in 2019 that he finds the comparison to The Project host Waleed Aly (right) flattering. ‘There’s nothing embarrassing about being mistaken for one of the smartest and insightful people on the planet,’ he said. Both pictured on The Project

Out now: Read more about Nazeem's adventures in Sunday's issue of Body and Soul Magazine

Out now: Read more about Nazeem’s adventures in Sunday’s issue of Body and Soul Magazine

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