What Deep Fried Man has learned about money from 'The Money Show'

Stand-up comedian, Daniel Friedman, popularly known as Deep Fried Man is "deliciously quirky, wry and damn funny" according to Mandy de Waal. His debut for his one-man show “Deeply Fried” was in 2011 and he has since gained popularity among thousands of South Africans who love his comedy!

Daniel Friedman's days as a 'journalism school drop-out' may as well be history!

For everything that he missed in school, the Deep Fried Man has managed to more than catch up to his peers - he proved his knowledge of all things money, to 702 and Cape Talk audiences when he joined Bruce Whitfield on The Money Show to share the song he wrote about everything he's learned about managing money from the show.

For a good laugh listen to the audio below to hear Deep Fried Man share a few lessons about money:


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