Comedians Al Madrigal, Johnny Sanchez, and Carlos Alazraqui at Cobb's
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The last date listed for Comedians Al Madrigal, Johnny Sanchez, and Carlos Alazraqui was Saturday May 2, 2009 / 10:15pm.
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The Comics were great - The Highlight - Al Madrigal - who i haven't seen since he has become a father of two kids,, Of course all great home with the kids stories -- Al has always been a hit ,, It was great to see him
Johnny - was also great -...continued
Jury Award Winner for Best Stand-Up Comedian at the 2004 HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, Al Madrigal recently starred as “Jesus” in the CBS show “Welcome to The Captain.” His unique spontaneous and fast paced lyrical style has earned him numerous appearances on Comedy Central including his own “Comedy Central Presents” special, an animated bit on the show “Shorties Watching Shorties,” “Reel Comedy,” and “Cheech Marin and Friends Live from The South Beach Comedy Festival.” Al has been a regular sketch performer on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” and has also appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and “Chelsea Lately.” Al can currently be seen on the CBS show “Gary Unmarried”.
One of America’s premier club comedians, Johnny Sanchez has toured with Louis Anderson and “The Latin Kings of Comedy.” He is best known for the time he spent on the hit sketch comedy show “MADtv”. Sanchez’ stand up television appearances include the “HBO Comedy Showcase,” Showtime’s “Latino Laugh Festival,” the “Late, Late Show,” his own half-hour special on Comedy Central, and most recently Byron Allen’s “Comics Unleashed.”
Also appearing is Carlos Alazraqui, best known as officer James Garcia on Comedy Central’s hit show “Reno 911.” Alazraqui was also the voice on one of the most recognizable campaigns in commercial history – “Yo Quiero Taco Bell,” and starred in his own half hour stand up comedy special on Comedy Central.