Comedian Jeff Garcia (Jimmy Neutron) at the Brea Improv
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Latina comedian Gina Brillon has been seen on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, MTV3 and SiTV. She's the first Hispanic woman to win NBC's Stand Up For Diversity contest, and has opened for Ne-Yo and Chrisette Michelle in concert. Brillon, who was born in the Bronx and started her comedy career at the age of 17, has lent her outspoken observations on dating, pop culture and life to E!'s Chelsea Lately and ABC's The View. When she's not touring across the country, Brillon lives in New York. Learn More
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- "One of the top comedians around." --Variety
- Jeff Garcia "is one of the funniest up-and-coming young comedians around." --Ventura County Star
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Jeff Garcia is one of the country's hottest rising young comics. Garcia won an "Annie" Animation Award for his voice-over work as "Sheen" in "The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius" on the Nickelodeon Network, Jeff Garcia recently completed another feature length animated film "Happy Feet" with Robin Williams.
A native of La Puente, California, Jeff Garcia has been a stand-up comic since age 15, when he took second place at an amateur contest at the Montclaire Laff Stop. His sharp wit and hilarious material on growing up Latino in a multi-cultural community quickly won the admiration of audiences at the top Hollywood comedy hang-outs, where he became a club favorite by the age of 20.
Jeff Garcia performs all over the country in such notable venues as the Improv, The Laugh Factory, The Tropicana, The Punchline, Caroline's on Broadway, and the Boston Comedy Club.
His film credits include Nickelodeon's "Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius" and "Cursed: Part 3". Among his more than 25 television appearances are NBC's "Friday Night", "Que Locos!", "Vibe", Comedy Central's "Comic Justice" and an MTV Half Hour Comedy Special.