Pablo's two Comedy Central one hour comedy specials “They Put It Out There” and “Ouch!” continue to stay on the networks most requested list. Fans worldwide continue to flock to Pablo shows to experience some of the funniest off the wall comedy ever unleashed. Pablo hits his mark every time weaving together his one of a kind arsenal of characters, spontaneous outbursts, spot on impressions, and clever insights to create a stand-up show of hilarious proportions. Francisco’s shows are fast paced and incredibly entertaining. His off-the-wall performances deliver the laughs and points out the wild absurdities in an illogical, pop-culture obsessed world. Pablo is one of the most popular touring comedians worldwide.
Those who experience Pablo’s show for the first time find themselves captivated by his hilarious dead on impressions. Gene Lavanchy of FOX – TV Boston calls Pablo “the most talented comedian in the business today”. His unbelievable ability to physically morph himself into movie stars, singers, friends, family, and a multitude of nationalities gives Pablo’s show a universal charm. His drop-dead funny spoofing often leaves his audiences struggling to catch their breath which is the driving force behind his huge success.
In addition to his Comedy Central specials & DVD’s “They Put It Out There,” “Ouch,” & “Bits and Pieces,” Pablo has appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” Comedy Central’s “The Show Biz Show w/ David Spade,” “Mind of Mencia,” and was on the spring finally of VH1’s “Big Morning Buzz.” He has also been a cast member on the Fox Network's sketch comedy show "Mad TV,” TBS’s “Frank TV,” and has appeared on Howard Stern’s radio show.
Chase Durousseau is a household name that even smart people have trouble spelling. A Creole Texan, his easy going delivery and unique rapid-fire animated mannerisms have captivated audiences around the globe. Growing up latch key and down the street from a dollar theater, his early childhood consisted of getting dropped off at theme parks, the movies and pulling pranks on strangers that would eventually become his friends. He then proceeded to crash so many of these peoples family get togethers that eventually everywhere he went felt like home.
After volunteering for Red Cross during Hurricane Katrina, he couldn’t stop talking to people, took his insatiable lust for blabbering to the stage and has been there ever since. After starting comedy he won Houston's Funniest Person Contest, entertained U.S. Troops in Kuwait and Iraq. He performed at Moontower Comedy Festival with Hannibal Buress, opened for Craig Robinson and The Nasty Delicious on the east coast, and with Norm Macdonald, Jo Koy, Anjelah Johnson, Steve Byrne, Louis CK, Bill Burr and more in the south.
He currently lives in Los Angeles where he regularly performs around town and hosts a popular live weekly show called “Midnight Snack” at the Hollywood Improv.
Steve Kramer has been doing stand-up comedy for more than a decade, and has been impersonating more than fifty celebrities even longer. He co-starred with Frank Caliendo on a national sketch comedy television series called "Hype", where he played several characters and impersonated many celebrities. He trained with some of the best improv instructors Los Angeles has to offer while filming the television series, and then traveled the world including Europe, Hawaii, and South America for three years as part of the two-man comedy improv group Full Impact. Steve Kramer`s headlining act is like no other. He has combined his impressions, musical satire, improv, and audience participation into a Vegas-style variety show that leaves his audiences laughing.