Events / International Comedy Festival / Chuckle Fest 2013
International Comedy Festival / Chuckle Fest 2013
From: 07-09-2013 06:00PM I till: 07-09-2013 10:00PM
Gabriel Iglesias has been described as a witty, electrifying and talented performer, who has the ability to consistently deliver a uniquely hilarious comedy experience. His high-octane show is a sure-fire hit: a mixture of storytelling, parodies, characters and sound effects that bring all his personal experiences to life. Gabrielís unique and animated comedy style has made him popular among fans of all ages. Gabrielís first two DVD specials "Hot & Fluffy" and "Iím Not Fat....Iím Fluffy" have sold well over 1 million copies. In response to the robust demand, Gabriel will record a third one-hour Comedy Central DVD special, "Aloha Fluffy" to air on Comedy Central in Spring 2013.
Itís safe to say that Eddie is one of the most traveled comedians in show business. This year alone, he has headlined not only all over the United States and the UK, but also in 15 other countries including South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, China and the United Arab Emirates. His travels were chronicled for an upcoming feature length, documentary film, entitled "America the Punchline." It all started for Eddie, while working at his fatherís insurance firm. One night after work, Eddie, tried his hand at an open-mic night at a local comedy club. The next day, he was either fired from his fatherís firm or quit to pursue his new career, (depending on who you ask.) Recently, Eddie was one of the five finalists in the MySpace/Sierra Mist Stand Up or Sit Down Challenge. The finals were aired on TBS and then the winner was chosen on HBOís Comic Relief. Eddie has now appeared on NBCís hit show Last Comic Standing II, Thank God Youíre Here, Comedy Centralís Premium Blend, BETís Comic
Paul Vargheseís got a slow, relaxed delivery and some great material. In one of his routines, he mimes his Malayalee parentsí thick accents and his ísuper-Christianí dadís fascination with crosses. Growing up was a struggle, Varghese has roving gangs of Malayalee doctors and aeronautical engineers brandishing slide rules in da hood. So, to stay off the streets, he kept it real at comedy clubs.