No-holds-barred comedian Paul Rodriguez riffs on Hispanic culture and growing up in both Mexico and the United States
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Paul Rodriguez at The Laugh Factory Warning: contains mild language.
Veteran funnyman and bilingual performer Paul Rodriguez has been making people laugh since his break doing comedy warm-ups for Norman Lear’s TV show Gloria. His no-holds-barred takes on Hispanic culture and growing up in both Mexico and the United States have endeared him to audiences around the world, while his acting chops have earned him roles in films such as Crocodile Dundee in L.A., A Million to Juan, and Beverly Hills Chihuahua. But he’s recognized for more than just his sharp wit—as a strong presence in the community, he was awarded the Ruben Salazar Award from Hispanic civil rights organization The National Council of La Raza.