Paul Rodriquez gets candid about fatherhood

March 14, 2008 6:32:29 PM PDT
Actor Paul Rodriguez has been making us laugh for more than two decades and he's in the Bay Area looking for laughs this Friday. In addition to being an actor and comedian, he is also a very proud dad.

Event Information:

Date: Friday, March 14, 2008
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: San Jose Civic Auditorium
135 West San Carlos Street
San Jose, CA 95113
Tickets: $32.50 - $38.50

About The Crown Royal Latin Kings of Comedy: The "Crown Royal Latin Kings of Comedy" tour hosted by Paul Rodriguez kicked off at the Dodge Theatre in Phoenix AZ on March 8 and play 12 cities including, Stockton, CA on March 15, Chicago, IL on March 28, Tucson, AZ on April 12, San Antonio, TX on April 13, Corpus Christi, TX on April 19, Jacksonville, FL on April 20, Austin, TX on April 25, Houston, TX on April 26, Norfolk, VA on April 27, Baltimore, MD on May 2, and Charlotte, NC on May 3.

Referred to as the "Richard Pryor and George Carlin of original comedy" within the Hispanic community, Paul Rodriguez has been making audiences laugh for two decades. He has starred in over 30 films, countless television series and has performed live to well over one million concert goers from coast to coast building a solid fan base. He landed the coveted role of outspoken fight physician, Freddie Pacheco in Columbia Pictures biopic, "Ali".

He also starred in "The Price of Glory," starring Jimmy Smitts, "Tortilla Soup," with Hector Elizondo; "Crocodile Dundee in LA" with Paul Hogan; "The Shipment" with Mathew Modine, "Rat Race," and "Chasing Papi". His latest film projects include, "A Cinderella Story" starring Hilary Duff and "The World's Fastest Indian" starring Sir Anthony Hopkins. Staying true to his comedic roots, Paul is in pre-production on two series which were picked-up by VH1 and UPN/ Revolution Studios and just finished starring in a comedy showcase series entitled, " The Laugh Factory: Very Funny," set to air on TBS.

Paul's royal court includes Frank Lucero, commonly known for his performance on "Loco Comedy Jam"; Manny Maldonado, whose TV credits include "B.E.T's Comic View", and the recently added comedian and writer Gene Pompa, he has made various appearances on "Late Night Show with Conan O'Brien" and "In Living Color."