El-O-El: 10 Latino Comedians That Deliver a Comic View

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Laughter Is Universal - ...which is why we decided to give you this super cool list of some of the best Latino comedians in the game!  (Photo: BET)

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Laughter Is Universal - ...which is why we decided to give you this super cool list of some of the best Latino comedians in the game! (Photo: BET)

Horatio Sanz - The Chilean-born, Chicago-raised comedian got his mainstream start when he appeared on Saturday Night Live from 1998-2007. Since then he has been a staple on various sitcom programming and provided voices for animated TV shows and movies.  (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

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Horatio Sanz - The Chilean-born, Chicago-raised comedian got his mainstream start when he appeared on Saturday Night Live from 1998-2007. Since then he has been a staple on various sitcom programming and provided voices for animated TV shows and movies. (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Louis C.K. - Though he's ethnicically mixed, Louis C.K. was raised for a portion of his life in Mexico, citing Spanish as his first language. His grandmother was of native Mexican ancestry and he has openly discussed the complexities of being a white male whose background was clearly influenced by a Latin-American Catholic upbringing.(Photo: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images)

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Louis C.K. - Though he's ethnicically mixed, Louis C.K. was raised for a portion of his life in Mexico, citing Spanish as his first language. His grandmother was of native Mexican ancestry and he has openly discussed the complexities of being a white male whose background was clearly influenced by a Latin-American Catholic upbringing.(Photo: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images)

Cristela Alonzo - Cristela Alonzo helped polish her comedian game as a writer for Mind of Mencia, as well as performing her routine on shows like Conan and Last Comic Standing. More recently, she is developing her self-titled sitcom for ABC. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

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Cristela Alonzo - Cristela Alonzo helped polish her comedian game as a writer for Mind of Mencia, as well as performing her routine on shows like Conan and Last Comic Standing. More recently, she is developing her self-titled sitcom for ABC. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Aubrey Plaza - Plaza is biracial; her father is of Puerto Rican decent and her mother is of English/Irish decent. Her best known role is as April on Parks and Recreations, which has helped make her a staple on prime-time TV. (Photo: Valerie Macon/Getty Images)

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Aubrey Plaza - Plaza is biracial; her father is of Puerto Rican decent and her mother is of English/Irish decent. Her best known role is as April on Parks and Recreations, which has helped make her a staple on prime-time TV. (Photo: Valerie Macon/Getty Images)

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Carlos Mencia - Carlos Mencia holds the dinstinguished title of "International Comedy Grand Champion," which he won on Buscando Estrellis?the Spanish-language version of Star Search. (Photo: UPI/Michael Bush/Landov)

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Carlos Mencia - In the early 2000's Carlos Mencia gained notoriety for Comedy Central specials and the TV show Mind of Mencia. (Photo: Michael Bush /Landov/UPI)

Gabriel Iglesias - You've probably seen him on late-night shows doing his stand-up routine under his nickname "Fluffy" or in movies such as A Haunted House 2 and Magic Mike. Most recently he appeared in his own stand-up movie, The Fluffy Movie, which has helped push his public profile. (Photo: ennett Raglin/BET/Getty Images for BET)

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Gabriel Iglesias - You've probably seen him on late-night shows doing his stand-up routine under his nickname "Fluffy" or in movies such as A Haunted House 2 and Magic Mike. Most recently he appeared in his own stand-up movie, The Fluffy Movie, which has helped push his public profile. (Photo: ennett Raglin/BET/Getty Images for BET)

John Leguizamo - You have probably seen him in movies Carlito's Way, To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, Land of the Dead ? the list goes on. The Colombian/Puerto Rican-American has had a lengthy Hollywood career, but it all started with his college days in which he would perform stand-up.  (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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John Leguizamo - You have probably seen him in movies Carlito's Way, To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, Land of the Dead … the list goes on. The Colombian/Puerto Rican-American has had a lengthy Hollywood career, but it all started with his college days in which he would perform stand-up.  (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

Jeff Garcia - Jeff Garcia was initially known for his stand-up in the early '90s before branching off into bit roles in sitcoms. His most recent prominent foray is voice acting, as he has acted in the Rio franchise.  (Photo: Michael Schwartz/WireImage)

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Jeff Garcia - Jeff Garcia was initially known for his stand-up in the early '90s before branching off into bit roles in sitcoms. His most recent prominent foray is voice acting, as he has acted in the Rio franchise.  (Photo: Michael Schwartz/WireImage)

Cheech Marin - Long considered a pioneer of stoner humor due to his work with Tommy Chong in the '70s, Cheech Marin has continued to maintain his presence in the media due to his acting roles. If you've ever watched Spy Kids, then you've probably seen his more kid-friendly humor. (Photo: Mark Davis/Getty Images)

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Cheech Marin - Long considered a pioneer of stoner humor due to his work with Tommy Chong in the '70s, Cheech Marin has continued to maintain his presence in the media due to his acting roles. If you've ever watched Spy Kids, then you've probably seen his more kid-friendly humor. (Photo: Mark Davis/Getty Images)

George Lopez: April 23 - The Mexican-American comedian and talk show host celebrates his 52nd birthday.  (Photo: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for NCLR)

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George Lopez - George Lopez is possibly the most prominent Latino-American comedian in the world, given his background in stand-up dating back to the early '90s. Whether it was his self-titled sitcom or his various comedy specials, Lopez has helped push Latin-American comedy to the mainstream with his relatable brand of humor. (Photo: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for NCLR)