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The last date listed for Comedian Johnny Sanchez was Sunday July 5, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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Bobby Lee -- best known as a cast member on FOX's MADtv from 2001 to 2009, as well as NBC's Animal Practice -- headlines the Improv. He's appeared on The Tonight Show, Mind of Mencia, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Chelsea Lately, and in the movies Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, Pineapple Express and The Dictator. On MADtv, Lee was known for characters such as the incompetent translator Bae Sung and the Average Asian, as well as his impression of Kim Jong-il. Learn More
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Nice clean area in Brea. Free convenient parking across the street. Wonderful establishment, pleasant employees, good food, smooth transaction at will call window, and most importantly a wonderfull show! Thank you Goldstar once again for another great event experience!
Johnny Sanchez is one of two new series regulars among the Season 13 cast of MADtv_. One does not have to peruse Johnny’s entertainment resume too long in order to understand why everyone at MADtv_ has placed such faith in his abilities. Johnny has already earned a reputation as one of Los Angeles’s most sought-after standup comedians. By employing a highly energetic performing style, careful attention to character detail, and precise delivery, Johnny shows time and again why his standup is truly worthy of such attention.
He has showcased his comedy skills on numerous television programs, including HBO’s “Comedy Showcase,” the syndicated “Comics Unleashed,” BET’s “Comic View,” and Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend.” Comedy Central even went a step further, giving Johnny an opportunity to shoot his own half-hour special for “Comedy Central Presents.”
In addition to his standup work and current “MADtv” gig, Johnny has also found a number of side projects to keep him busy. Television guest-starring roles include “Becker” and “Watching Ellie,” the second of which featured Johnny in a recurring role. Johnny also lent his voice to 2006’s animated film Happy Feet, which also features voiceovers from Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, and Brittany Murphy.