Latino Night Comedy
There is a famous Buddhist proverb which state "Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional." That is the Mantra of comedian, Isaac Martinez (known by his stage name, Flaco, which is slang for Skinny in Spanish). Born with Marfan Syndrome, Flaco knew from an early age that pain was unavoidable facet of life. Though, that never stopped him. He wholeheartedly embraced who he was and the cards he was dealt into his hilarious, unique and deeply personal stand-up routine. Flaco began his love for performing as an actor at East Los Angeles College where he was awarded the actor of the year award and the best supporting actor award in 2000, later he went on to produce, direct and star in a Hollywood production called "The Diviners" And now he has a quickly growing reputation as one of the strongest up and coming comedians led to stage time with comedy staples such as Willie Barcena, Felipe Esparza and Paul Rodriguez. Pretty soon, you will see his face everywhere (well… everywhere except the Food Network).
Perpetually 29 year old Luz Pazos, without doubt the next break out Latina comedian on the scene is hard to keep up with…that’s because most people are too busy laughing at her jokes and forget that she has an accent. A former beauty queen from Peru, she is smart, …and she can often be a smart ass. Luz arrived in the US from Peru via Italy (where she acquired two degrees). She has won several comedy contests in Los Angeles, has been on the Kroll show and has performed at The Comedy Store, The Improv, The Laugh Factory as well as many other top venues around America. In addition to Luz being one of the hardest working comedians currently in the business, she also writes sketch.
Luz has been scorching hot lately performing in Festivals cross country (Shedot in Toronto, Asheville in North Carolina, Ventura Comedy Festival as well as the All Jane comedy festival in Portland). Luz recently shot a pilot for HBO Latino that will air on November 2017