Jerry Rocha is one of the most brutally honest comedians in the industry today. His tell-it-like-it-is, no holds barred comedy grabs the attention of anyone who hears him. This Dallas, Texas native has been paying his dues since his teenage years and has performed all over the country. With his ability to find humor in every subject, including himself, Jerry proves that he is truly one of the funniest comics out there.
Jerry has spread his roots to Los Angeles where he calls the Comedy and Magic Club and the Hollywood Improv his new homes. He was a semi-finalist on the seventh season of NBC's "Last Comic Standing," appeared in NUVO's "Stand Up and Deliver," was featured on SiTV, and killed at the Latino Laugh Festival. He has released a top-selling comedy album on iTunes called "Take That, Real Dad," and even has his own half-hour documentary that appeared on the Travel Channel. In Fall of 2014 Jerry made his Comedy Central debut on "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution." Gabriel helped produce Jerry's hour-long stand up special, "The Gentleman," which was released in 2015.
He is constantly on tour and leaving a trail of busted guts and broken hearts in his wake. Well not really. He has worked at comedy clubs all over the country, and still living in L.A., if that doesn’t work out, he’ll move back in with his Mom in Texas. His routine is all over the map, and he is able to make light of any subject, making people laugh at things they normally wouldn’t, and also making them laugh at the easiest target… himself.
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