Comedian Paul Rodriguez (The Original Latin Kings of Comedy) Comes to San Bernardino
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The last date listed for Comedian Paul Rodriguez was Saturday April 16, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Learn more about Paul’s illustrious career and hilarious stand-up at his website.
Paul Rodriguez brings his hilarious stand-up act to San Bernardino. The show is a presentation of the City of San Bernardino Economic Development Agency.
Revered as one of the first Latin Kings of Comedy, as an actor and comedian his career spans more than two decades and includes starring roles and featured appearances in more than 40 films and countless television series and comedy specials.
Rodriguez has several hit projects to his credit, including the comedy concert film The Original Latin Kings of Comedy. He wrote, directed and starred in the comedy A Million to Juan, and starred in six comedy specials for HBO. His stand-up comedy DVD Comedy Rehab was released last February.
He recently was in the summertime movie Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, and can be seen in the indie films The Deported and _I’m Not Like That No More. _Rodriguez’s past film credits include Beverly Hills Chihuahua, The World’s Fastest Indian, A Cinderella Story, Ali, Tortilla Soup, Crocodile Dundee in LA, Rat Race, Bloodwork, Chasing Papi and D.C. Cab.
The comedian has served as host for El Show de Paul Rodriguez, an entertainment talk show for the Spanish-language Univision Network, which reached more than 50 markets throughout the United States and an international audience in more than 17 countries in Central and South America.
On television, Rodriguez has made guest appearances on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, The Wanda Sykes Show, Politically Incorrect, Last Call With Carson Daly, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, Resurrection Boulevard and American Family. He also has lent his voice to the popular animated series King of the Hill, Dora the Explorer and The Proud Family.
His first big break came while doing comedy warm-ups for Norman Lear’s TV show_ Gloria_. Lear later wrote and developed a weekly series for Rodriguez called a.k.a. Pablo, which is enshrined at the Smithsonian and holds the honor of being the first TV show about a Mexican-American family on mainstream American television.