|Full name||Atul Kumar Singh|
|YouTube channel||Atul Singh|
|Appeared in||Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr.|
Rasputin vs Stalin
Hitler vs Vader 3
Oprah Winfrey vs Ellen DeGeneres
Nice Peter vs EpicLLOYD 2
Freddy Krueger vs Wolverine
Ronald McDonald vs The Burger King
|As||An Indian Independence March Extra|
The hand of Ronald McDonald
Boba Fett (body double)
An abandoned kid
|During||EpicLLOYD's first verse|
The interlude between Nice Peter's third verse and fourth verse
|Location(s)||A black backdrop|
The ERB Studio
|Dis Raps for Hire|
|Role on the production|
|Duration||Christopher Columbus vs Captain Kirk to now|
Atul Singh portrayed one of the Indian Independence March Extras in Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr., the hand of Ronald McDonald in Rasputin vs Stalin, one of the body actors for Boba Fett in Hitler vs Vader 3, Stedman Graham in Oprah Winfrey vs Ellen DeGeneres, himself in Nice Peter vs EpicLLOYD 2, Jason Voorhees in Freddy Krueger vs Wolverine, and an abandoned kid in Ronald McDonald vs The Burger King. He also appeared as a bully in Dis Raps For Hire - Episode 6.
Information on the actor
Atul Kumar Singh was born in Garland, Texas. He is a stand-up comedian, improviser, actor, writer, producer, and member of the Epic Rap Battles of History crew. He primarily keeps track of time and maintains a schedule for the battles as production coordinator.
Epic Rap Battles of History:
- Boba Fett (body double)
- Stedman Graham (cameo)
- Himself (cameo)
Dis Raps For Hire:
- A bully
Appearance in the rap battle
Singh, alongside Ashlyn McIntyre, Matthew Schlissel, Brittany White, Shaun Lewin, Morgan Christensen, and Sulai Lopez, made a cameo appearance as a part of the frustrated crew when EpicLLOYD said the line, "ERB2 is right! I'm covering your ass behind the scenes!" Singh later appeared in the mixing room of the ERB Studio during the interlude between Nice Peter's third and fourth verses, saying, "Here we go!"
- Singh currently does stand-up at Mission IMPROVable Westside Comedy Theater along with Nice Peter, EpicLLOYD, Zach Sherwin, Pat McIntyre, Morgan Christensen, and Colin J. Sweeney.