Hirzi started his career as an online personality producing parodies, skits and satires on Youtube. His brand of humour are often observational commentaries, juxtaposed with his perspective as a Millennial growing up in first-world Singapore and all it’s diverse views.
Over the years Hirzi has crossed over from the Internet to doing works in TV, film and theatre.
In 2012, Mediacorp commissioned his very own television show called ‘Munah and Hirzi, Action!’ and he conceptualised and wrote his first TV series, ‘Interns The Series’ in 2014. He recently had his debut on the big screen in a Singaporean-Taiwanese
co-production for a Chinese film called ‘The Big Day’ earlier this June and earlier in January he conceptualised and starred in his first sold out live show called “Munah and Hirzi Live, Curtain Call” at Capitol Theatre.
Hirzi has been named by Her World as Top 50 Men Singapore Loves in 2013 and has been listed by Esquire as one of the 50 men to lead Singapore into the next 50 years for their SG50 issue.