Gabriel Iglesias Tour
Gabriel Iglesias is on a huge international tour in 2017! "Gabriel Iglesias: FluffyMania 20 Years of Comedy Tour" is going through most of next year. From February until October, Iglesias will be performing to celebrate his 20 years in comedy. Don't miss out on seeing him live, and laugh so hard your stomach hurts all night long.
Among the most noticeable comics working today, Gabriel Iglesias has become on of the most in demand comedians out there. From lampooning Mexican American culture to pushing the envelope with observations on race relations, you can expect the unexpected at a comedy show with Fluffy. You know him from his comedy specials "I’m Not Fat… I’m Fluffy" and "Hot & Fluffy," as well as various televisions appearances.
Taking the stage with his patented Hawaiian shirt, he has a stage presence like no other. His high-energy, positive style of comedy is a breath of fresh air in a comedy scene that ofttimes resembles a race to the lowest common denominator. With the nickname of Gabriel "Picachu" Iglesias, due to his energetic persona, has entertained numerous audiences across the country. Following in the tradition of Latin comics like George Lopez and Carlos Mencia, Gabriel Iglesias has a strong and growing following that put him right up there with the best in the business.
About Gabriel Iglesias
Gabriel J. Iglesias was born in San Diego, but moved all over California before the family settled in Long Beach. He is the youngest of six children, and as the youngest he had to find a way to get attention. Ever since Gabriel Iglesias has used comedy to garnered a strong and passionate fan base eager to see what he has to say. In the sixth grade he was the star of his school's talent show, fueled by an Eddie Murphy comedy special. He got his start in TV on Nickelodeon's All That, and has had several appearances on various television shows. He's appeared on My Wife and Kids, Family Guy and more. Gabriel Iglesias has also performed on Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Good Morning America, The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Various comedy specials including the Just for Laughs Festival, Kickin' It, Live at Gotham, Premium Blend, BET's Comic View, the Showtime at the Apollo and many more. He also starred in Comedy Central Presents: Gabriel Iglesias in 2003.