Stand Up Comedy, Latino, Special Events
21 & over
Two drink minimum
Mr. Box Office
Payaso Comedy Jam
Jeff Garcia is a 22 year comedy vet with over 50 TV appearances including Comics Unleashed, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Star Search and Comic Justice. He’s also headlined his own half hour Comedy Central special and two Showtime specials; The Ten Dollar Ticket and Jeff Garcia’s Low Budget Madness.
Jeff was voted Variety Magazine’s Top 10 Comics To Watch amongst such notable names as Dane Cook and Wanda Sykes! His DVD series Latin Comedy Fiesta has been an underground hit for over 8 years and because of its success, he has just signed a deal to create another Latin comedy series of DVDs.
Besides a rewarding standup comedy career, Jeff has also enjoyed an illustrious voice-over career, which includes the Oscar nominated film Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius and the Oscar award winning Happy Feet. As the character, “Sheen Estevez” he’s enjoyed two spin-off series on Nickelodeon including his own show, Planet Sheen. He also returned to voice the character “Rinaldo” in the sequel Happy Feet 2. In Steve Odekerks animated feature Barnyard, Jeff valso oiced the role of “Pip” the mouse and returned to voice the same character in the spin-off series.
Not leaving his passion for voice-over acting, Jeff has started a new chapter in his career by moving to the on-camera side of the industry. He was just given the opportunity for a supporting acting role in Entertainment Studios newest sitcom, Mr. Box Office as the wise cracking teacher’s assistant “Freddie Lopez.” Entertainment Studios reports 104 episodes have been purchased, with episodes to start airing in the Fall of 2012.
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ne afternoon in 1991, a fifteen-year-old Jeff Garcia was getting ready for the first night of the rest of his life. Jeff entered an amateur comedy competition at a local Los Angeles club. Jeff was full of idioms, sarcasm and street jokes. Jeff's edgy; street smart brand of comedy took second place that night. He went back to La Puente, California with an eight-inch trophy and fifty dollars in his pocket. By the time Jeff Garcia was sixteen, he landed his first television spot on HBO's Loco Slam. Since then Jeff has made over twelve television appearances, including NBC's Friday Night Video's, Vibe with Sinbad, and Galavision's Funny is Funny showcasing his comedy talent.