March 06 - March 09

Chris Garcia

Chris Garcia

Chris Garcia is a comedian based in Los Angeles. He he has appeared on Comedy Central’s@Midnight and Adam Devine’s House Party, NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly, NPR’s This American Life and The WTF Podcast with Marc Maron. His Comedy Central Presents half-hour stand up special is set to premiere on Comedy Central in 2018.
Chris was a New Face at the 2016 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, where he was bestowed the honor of “Best of the Fest.” His other festival appearances include Comedy Central’s Clusterfest, Bonnaroo 2017, Outside Lands, The New York Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Moontower Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, The Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, Riot LA, the Humboldt Comedy Festival, and The Akumal Comedy Festival in Mexico.

Chris has written for the CBS Diversity Sketch Showcase, NHMC’s Latino Writers Workshop and has contributed to The Eric Andre Show, The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber, The MTV Movie Awards among other television programs. In 2017, Chris sold a pilot based on his life to FOX Television, which he developed with the Lonely Island and producers of Modern Family. He is currently developing another sitcom pilot script for 20th Century Fox.

“Fearless, funny, and straight from the heart.” – Robin Williams“Chris Garcia proves you can find humor in anything.” – Marc Maron

“Beautiful, exceptional, gloriously confessional work.” – Joe Klocek

“Chris Garcia is the future of comedy. I say that because he’s really white like me, but younger.” – Carlos Alazraqui

“Garcia is not afraid to get emotional on stage” – Esquire Magazine

“Chris is someone who is totally hitting his stride as one of the next big comics.” – David Owen, Co-Founder SF Sketchfest

“Hunky.” – Portland Mercury News


03/08/2019 10:00 PM

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Chris Garcia is a comedian based in Los Angeles. He he has appeared on Comedy Central’s@Midnight and Adam Devine’s House Party, NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly, NPR’s This American Life and The WTF Podcast with Marc Maron. His Comedy Central Presents half-hour stand up special is set to premiere on Comedy Central in 2018.
Chris was a New Face at the 2016 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, where he was bestowed the honor of “Best of the Fest.” His other festival appearances include Comedy Central’s Clusterfest, Bonnaroo 2017, Outside Lands, The New York Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Moontower Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, The Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, Riot LA, the Humboldt Comedy Festival, and The Akumal Comedy Festival in Mexico.

Chris has written for the CBS Diversity Sketch Showcase, NHMC’s Latino Writers Workshop and has contributed to The Eric Andre Show, The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber, The MTV Movie Awards among other television programs. In 2017, Chris sold a pilot based on his life to FOX Television, which he developed with the Lonely Island and producers of Modern Family. He is currently developing another sitcom pilot script for 20th Century Fox.

“Fearless, funny, and straight from the heart.” – Robin Williams“Chris Garcia proves you can find humor in anything.” – Marc Maron

“Beautiful, exceptional, gloriously confessional work.” – Joe Klocek

“Chris Garcia is the future of comedy. I say that because he’s really white like me, but younger.” – Carlos Alazraqui

“Garcia is not afraid to get emotional on stage” – Esquire Magazine

“Chris is someone who is totally hitting his stride as one of the next big comics.” – David Owen, Co-Founder SF Sketchfest

“Hunky.” – Portland Mercury News