Comedians of Gabriel Iglesias’ Stand-Up Revolution
ABOUT THE TOUR
In Fall of 2011 COMEDY CENTRAL partnered with Gabriel Iglesias to debut a new comedy series, “Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution.” Gabriel Iglesias opened each episode with new material and then introduced some of his funniest friends to the crowd. Several of these comedians are now doing shows of their own. Fans of Gabriel Iglesias know he has good taste and will no doubt love seeing these “Friends of Fluffy” live! Expect to hear a unique and hilarious takes on issues like family, race, marriage and video games when these comedians take the stage at a comedy club near you!
BIO, WEBSITES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS
Martin Moreno's comedy career didn't begin until he was in his early 30's and by that time he had a freakishly funny point of view of his life. His two failed marriages gave him an alternative and hysterical definition of "soul mates." Moreno’s comedy touches on his personal life and insecurities, resulting in a funny, intelligent, analytical view of how growing up in the 80's molded him to be, the carefree, nonchalant and laid back adult he is today.
Martin was featured on Gabriel Iglesias' multi platinum selling DVDs "Hot and Fluffy" and "I'm Not Fat I'm Fluffy," and was part of the nationwide comedy tour, The Fluffy Shop, which sold over 122,000 tickets in over 70 cities across North America. Martin can also be seen as the co-host of "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution" which aired on Comedy Central in Fall 2011. He is currently on the road with Gabriel Iglesias on the “Stand-Up Revolution Tour.”
Latino comedian Rick Gutierrez has been cracking up audiences across the country with his throwback takes on traditional family values and outlook on marriage for years, but it's about time some higher ups in Hollywood finally got wind of his comedic talents. HBO expressed interest in a comedy series based on his life and experiences he talks about in his stand-up act, such as marriage and divorce. Rick's other television credits include NBC's "Friday Night Videos," BET's "Comic View" and Showtime's “Latino Laugh Festival”. He is currently on the road with Gabriel Iglesias on the “Stand-Up Revolution Tour.”
Shaun Latham has been described as witty and goofy with the ability to think fast on his feet – making him unpredictably funny. With his high energy and strong stage presence, Shaun is on the rise in the comedy world, one stage at a time.
As a child, Shaun moved around a lot, “Being the class clown growing up made it easier for me adapt to my new environments.” At 22, Shaun found himself in Tempe, Arizona where he was hired as a waiter at the Improv. He spent his evenings enviously watching amateur comics take the stage. In 2002, Shaun took the stage himself and hasn’t looked back since.
In 2004, after a couple years on the comedy circuit in Arizona he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams.
Shaun made TV appearances on both MTV3 and Si TV in 2007. Two years later he co-starred in the feature film, “I’m Not Like That No More” along side Paul Rodriguez and Felipe Esparza.
In Fall 2011 Shaun was featured on Gabriel Iglesias’ Comedy Central TV series “Stand-Up Revolution.”
Shaun is currently on the “Stand Up Revolution” presented by Comedy Central with headlining comedian Gabriel Iglesias.
After getting kicked out of the police academy, Alfred Robles rose to become one of the hottest young comedians in the country -- and nobody is safe from Alfred's good-humored teasing. Two years into his comedy career, Alfred was featured in the hit show "Loco Comedy Jam" and the Latino Laugh Festival. Alfred was featured on the Comedy Central Live Fluffy Shop tour where he opened for Gabriel Iglesias from 2010-2011. He was featured on Comedy Central's "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution” series in Fall of 2011. He is currently on the road with Gabriel Iglesias on the “Stand-Up Revolution Tour.”
WEBSITE: www.alfredroblescomedy.com (coming soon)