Al Madrigal Net Worth [2022]: Fun facts, Salary, House, Wiki, Age, height, Wiki

Al Madrigal Net Worth:$1 Million

Net Worth:$1 Million
Date of Birth:Jul 4, 1971 (50 years old)
Profession:Comedian, Actor
Nationality:United States of America
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Al Madrigal net worth 2022:

 Al Madrigal has a net worth of $1 million. He is a co-founder of the All Things Comedy podcast network, alongside Bill Burr. He rose to fame on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart as a regular correspondent for five seasons.

Outside of the standup world, he is known for his co-starring roles in the film Night School, Showtime’s dark comedy I’m Dying Up Here, NBC’s About A Boy, as well as CBS sitcoms Gary Unmarried and Welcome to The Captain.

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Al Madrigal Wiki:

Al Madrigal was born in San Francisco, California in July 1971. He was known for being a regular correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Madrigal co-founded the All Things Comedy podcast network.

BornJuly 4, 1971 (age 50)
San Francisco, California, United States
MediumStand-up, television, film
GenresObservational comedy, satire
Subject(s)American culture, human behavior, family, fatherhood, cultural assimilation
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Al Madrigal Career:

Madrigal’s stand-up comedy is story-based, centering on his personal life, family, and the confusion caused by his multiethnic background.

Early in his comedy career, he was often pigeonholed as a “Latino comic.” Madrigal says he has been criticized as not being Latino enough, such as for not speaking Spanish

Madrigal worked for 10 years in a human resources staffing agency run by his family, where one of his main responsibilities was firing people. He often worked humor into the job. He credits his experiences at the staffing company with preparing him for stand-up comedy: “I was in so many scary situations … by the time I got on stage, I had no stage fright. Speaking in front of a group was nothing.” In 1998, he decided to pursue a full-time career in comedy.

Madrigal began his career in San Francisco’s comedy clubs, both as a solo performer and as a member of the sketch group Fresh Robots, which he co-founded. In 2002, he enjoyed his first major exposure in two comedy festivals: SF Sketchfest, as part of Fresh Robots

In 2003, Madrigal successfully auditioned for a starring role on The Ortegas, a comedy series for the Fox Network. The series, which was based on the BBC comedy The Kumars at No. 42, cast Madrigal as the son of a Mexican American family in California who hosts a TV talk show from a studio he operates in the backyard of his parents’ home

From 2008 to 2009 he starred as Dennis Lopez in the television series Gary Unmarried. Madrigal starred as Gregg in the TV series Free Agents from 2011 to 2012.

He co-starred in the CBS series Gary Unmarried (originally titled Project Gary), which debuted in September 2008.

On March 14, 2013, it was announced that Madrigal would be joining NBC’s About A Boy as Andy, the main character’s best friend.

Since 2014 he has starred as Andy in the series About a Boy. Madrigal has also appeared in episodes of the TV series Welcome to the Captain, Happy Hour, Los Foley Guys, The Very Funny Show, Wizards of Waverly Place, and Pretend Time. He has starred in the stand-up specials Why is the Rabbit Crying? and Half Like Me. Madrigal won the Best Stand-up Comedian award at the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival in 2004 and The Sid Caesar Comedy Award at the Genesis Awards in 2014. The same year he was nominated for an Imagen Award for Best Supporting Actor/Television for About a Boy.

He received a 2014 Imagen Awards nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his work in the role.

Madrigal was a series regular on the Showtime series I’m Dying Up Here. He played a stand-up comedian named Edgar in the dark comedy about Los Angeles’ infamous stand-up comedy scene of the 1970s. The show, which is based on William Knoedelseder’s nonfiction book of the same name, is executive produced by Jim Carrey.

He appeared in the sports drama The Way Back, starring Ben Affleck and directed by Gavin O’Connor. He will appear in the Sony’s Spider-Man Universe film Morbius, starring Jared Leto and directed by Daniel Espinosa.

Al modrigral Fun facts:

  • He is Mexican-American.Madrigal is half Latino, half white, born in America to a Mexican father and a Sicilian mother.
  • He Does his Research, He Even Watches Fox News
  • He doesn’t just watch MSNBC he also watches Fox News to get perspective before ripping politicians apart in his stand up
  • He Prefers Small, Underground Venues
  • He’s Bombed On Stage And He’s Not Afraid To Talk About It.He must eventually have a set that is so bad and that is received so poorly byhis audience that you literally get booed off the stage.
  • Madrigal Blends Political Satire with Personal Stories.He also talks a lot about his family, his kids, his upbringing and his personal life.
  • He Has a Business Background of Firing People.His family business is a human resource management company and before becoming a professional comic, Madrigal had his time working for the family biz, firing people for a living. He fired over 1,000 people and his first gig firing someone was at the ripe age of 19.
  • In 2004, Madrigal was named the Best Stand-Up Comedian at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and in 2015 he also won the 2015 “Storyteller Award” at the Mixed Remixed Festival in Los Angeles for an hour-long comedy special for ABC and Univision.