Christina Pazsitzky (Chelsea Lately) Headlines the Improv
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Aries Spears made a name for himself as one of MADtv's longest-serving original cast members. Known for his easy-going vibe and candid bits about race and culture, Spears has made frequent guest appearances on The Best Damn Sports Show Ever and a number of national talk shows. He got his stand-up start at the early age of 14 and landed a role in Spike Lee's Malcolm X a few years later. He's since starred in his own Comedy Central and Showtime specials and has consistently cracked up audiences with uncanny Bill Cosby, Red Foxx and Eddie Murphy impersonations. Learn More
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Christina Pazsitzky has been a writer and frequent guest on the popular E! show _Chelsea Lately, _and is in the Showtime stand-up special Red Light Comedy, filmed in Amsterdam. Pazsitzky headlines comedy clubs nationwide and has performed for U.S. troops in Afghanistan, South Korea and Africa. She’s also performed at the Aspen Comedy Festival and Lucy Fest in Jamestown, NY.
Christina Pazsitzky is a comedian with spunk. What you can expect from her is the unexpected. Please don’t call her a “girl comic” – Pazsitzky’s comedy ignores easy labels and covers all sorts of topics. Her comedy effortlessly coasts from topic to topic, always with a heavy dose of wit and charm. A long-time veteran of television, you can see Pazsitzky on Tru TV’s _World’s Dumbest and E! Television’s Wildest TV Moments._ She hosted the FX series_ Hitchhiker Chronicles,_ was a cast member on MTV’s_ Road Rules Australia _and was a regional finalist on Season 6 and 7 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing. With a background in animation, Christina has written on and lent her voice to several animated projects, like the feature film TV: The Movie with the boys from MTV’s Jackass and the television series Trolls. In 2006 she won Animation Magazine’s “Up and Coming Writer” Award and most recently wrote on the feature film Underground Comedy Movie.
You can hear her weekly on her podcast with husband and comedian Tom Segura on Your Mom’s House downloadable on iTunes.