Comedian Gabriel Iglesias visits Sunrise

Comedian Gabriel Iglesias visits Sunrise

HONOLULU (HAWAIINEWSNOW) - He loves spam just as much as we do and he loves his aloha shirts. Gabriel Iglesias is enjoying his stay here in Hawaii. The comedian is in town for a show tonight at the Blaisdell.

Gabriel Iglesias
Tonight at 7pm
Neil S. Blaisdell Center

Gabriel Iglesias has been described as unbelievably funny, electrifying, and a gifted performer who has the ability to consistently deliver a quality comedy experience in every venue he performs in. His high-octane show is a hilarious mixture of storytelling, parodies, characters and sound effects that bring all his personal issues to life. Gabe's clean, animated comedy style has earned national crossover appeal. Ask anyone who has seen him in concert and you will probably hear the same thing, "He was so funny!"

Known as the "fluffy" comic in a Hawaiian shirt, the 32-year old funny man often riffs about his girthy middle - whether it's talking about how little dancing it takes for him to work up a sweat at the nightclub, or how hearing his girlfriend coo the words "chocolate cake" over the telephone works for him like phone sex, he evokes laughter.

Gabriel's mass appeal opened the door to a rare opportunity to film a second one hour special and DVD. The new special entitled "I'm Not… Fat I'm Fluffy" Live from El Paso will premiere on Comedy Central November 8, 2009. The new show is packed with a perfect blend of impeccable voice skills and an uncanny knack for hilarious storytelling that Gabe is known for. His vast imitative skills re-create numerous sound effects from speeding cars to microwave ovens to a plethora of dead-on voices. The new special is destine to top his previous hugely successful Special/DVD "Hot & Fluffy".

Gabriel's credits include; "Last Comic Standing", ABC's "My Wife & Kids," Showtime's "Resurrection Boulevard," "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "Good Morning America," "The Late Late Show," FOX TV's "The Family Guy," "Showtime at the Apollo" and BET's "Comic View."