Carlos Mencia Tickets
Carlos Mencia (born October 22, 1967) is a comedian, writer,
and actor. He is currently the host of Mind of Mencia, where his
excessive use of his favorite catchphrase and word, "DEE-Dee-dee!" and
"beaner", respectively, is infamous. Carlos Mencia's comedy
focuses on race, politics, religion, class and society, in a style
which intentionally violates rules of what is politically correct.
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Carlos Mencia was born seventeenth of eighteen children in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. His father, Roberto Holness, is from Honduras and his mother, Magdelena Mencia, is from Mexico and are both Catholic. He was raised in East Los Angeles, California by his aunt and uncle. By his own admission, staying out of trouble was difficult growing up, but with the help of his family he excelled in school and stayed out of gangs. Carlos Mencia majored in electrical engineering at CSULA but left early to pursue a career in comedy after a successful performance at open mic night at The Laugh Factory.
Carlos Mencia was a quick success at such venerated LA stand-up venues as The Comedy Store and The L.A. Cabaret. This led to appearances on The Arsenio Hall Show and Buscando Estrellas, where he attained the title "International Comedy Grand Champion". He would continue to do stand-up, including a very successful tour in 2001 with Freddy Soto and Pablo Francisco, "The Three Amigos". Carlos Mencia also did two half-hour specials on HBO, the second of which won him a CableACE Award for Best Stand-Up Comedy Special. After the release of his first comedy album by Warner Records, Take A Joke America, Carlos Mencia performed his break-out performance on Comedy Central Presents in 2002.