Al Madrigal

comedian, former “Daily Show” correspondent, and star of the new Showtime series “I’m Dying Up Here.”

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Stand-up comic, actor and writer whose TV credits include Gary Unmarried, he performs in comedy clubs throughout the US

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Al Madrigal was the “Senior Latino Correspondent” on the Daily Show. He’s half Mexican, but barely speaks Spanish.

Comedian Al Madrigal's 'Shrimpin' Ain't Easy' tells revenge story

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