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Cristela Alonzo

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American stand-up comedian; creator and star of Cristela

Cristela Alonzo on KCRW

Last fall, comedian Cristela Alonzo joined us to talk about how she beat the odds to become the first Latina to create and star in her own sitcom.

Cristela Alonzo on Life after 'Cristela'

Last fall, comedian Cristela Alonzo joined us to talk about how she beat the odds to become the first Latina to create and star in her own sitcom.

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Cristela Alonzo’s new sitcom is part of ABC’s much-touted push for more diverse programming on its primetime schedule.

‘Cristela’

Cristela Alonzo’s new sitcom is part of ABC’s much-touted push for more diverse programming on its primetime schedule.

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