Born in Laval, Quebec, Canada to parents of Moroccan Berber origins (his father immigrated to Canada after visiting a friend in the fall of 1967 and having been seduced by the country), he took his first steps on the improvisation team of the Montmorency College. Rachid Badouri began working for Air Transat in 1997 as a flight attendant for 5 years. In 1999, he mounted his first show, on immigration, for the Just for Laughs Ffestival
He really began his career by sending a DVD to several TV and radio stations. Finally, he got a response from the Rozon Group.
Officially launched in October 2007, his first one-man-show: “Stop your cinema! Sponsored by Québec 49, sold more than 100,000 seats in less than a year, a record in Quebec. In all, his show will have been seen by over 400,000 people in Quebec and France.
He has so far hosted three Just for Laughs galas, in 2008, 2009 and 2012.
In 2010, he animated the “program May contain Rachid” on the TV station TVA. The program lasted two seasons.
In 2011, Rachid Badouri performd in France for 3 months at Théâtre Trévise in Paris. He played his show. The same year, he participated in Laughing Together Against Racism; after his performance, he presented a public tribute to his mother who died of cancer two weeks earlier.
From December 2011, Rachid Badouri participates in the entertainment program “Friday is all allowed with Arthur” including Ary Abittan, Amelle Chahbi and Claudia Tagbo.
In 2012, he participated in Marrakech laughter with Jamel Debbouze as organizer. The following year, he presented his first one-man show “Stop your cinema! “.
In October 2012, he announced his second one-man-show: “Badouri Rechargé”, which premiered in Quebec in 2013.
In January 2016, he returned to France for “Badouri Rechargé”, his new show unpublished in France. He supports the young carter (carl marvens André) He has a clothes line Dream carter time.