Date: October 2006
Duration: 0 hours 47 minutes
It all started one night when he visited a comedy club in Los Angeles. A comedian tried picking on Gilbert who was seated in the front. Bad move! After receiving a taste of his own medicine, the comedian backed off, and Gilbert was invited on stage to tell a joke and stole the show. He was asked back the following week. Silly Gil caught the comedy bug, and the rest is history.
Gilbert won his first comedy competition, just one year into his stand-up career, at the world-famous Ice House in Pasadena, California. He's been seen on many TV shows, including 'Que Locos', and was one of the first Latino semi-finalists on BET's 'ComicView'.
His comedy influences are Freddy Prinze, Paul Rodriguez, and Richard Pryor.
Gilbert is committed to being a positive role model for kids caught in inner-city violence. He uses his comedy to reach out and educate teens about life's options.
This audio performance is packed with the funniest string of Mexican jokes you'll ever hear. Just as Foxworthy knows his Rednecks, Gil knows his Mexicans! You have to hear this program to believe how good it is. And you'll be using his jokes for years!