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Named Best Stand-Up Comedian by the HBO/U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Al Madrigal's comedy has been called "dynamic" by The New York Times. He is now a seasoned correspondent on "The Daily Show." His unique, spontaneous and fast-paced lyrical storytelling style has made him a regular on television with numerous appearances on Comedy Central including his own half-hour Comedy Central Presents Special and appearances on John Oliver's New York Stand-up Show and Pretend Time with Nick Swardson. Al has also appeared on "The Tonight Show," and "Conan" as well as multiple appearances on "Lopez Tonight," "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Al also has his share of acting credits. He has appeared on CBS's "Welcome to the Captain" with Jeffrey Tambor and "Gary, Unmarried" with Jay Mohr. Al was on "Free Agents" on NBC with Hank Azaria. When Al brings his talents to a club or theater near you don't miss the chance to see him live!
Rachel Feinstein: Rachel Feinstein grew up outside Washington DC, in the mean streets of Bethesda, MD. She maintained a healthy D+ average in school, while finding time to mock and imitate her loved ones. Rachel moved to New York at 17 to start her career as an actress and slowly developed her character-driven stand-up act, which her mom refers to as her "talent show." A more detailed account of the many humiliations and other shenagigans that I, whoops, I mean she, encountered on her way can be found on her album, "Thug Tears" released on Comedy Central Records in November 2011.
Rachel was a finalist on Season 7 of Last Comic Standing. She was also featured on Russell Simmons' Presents, Live at the El Ray, TBS's Just For Laughs series and Comics Unleashed. She has her own half hour special, Comedy Central Presents Rachel Feinstein.
She's written for "The Onion" and "Heeb Magazine." Rachel has voiced various characters on Adult Swim's "Venture Brothers," the animated Comedy Central web series, "Samurai Love God" and Spike TV’s web series "Battle Pope." She has also appeared on VH1, E! Entertainment, and CNN’s "Not Just Another Cable News Show."
Rachel also reviews hip hop as her Grandma, "Ice Cold Rhoda, World's Oldest Hater" based on a star of david rating system on comedycentral.com and Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg on Hot 97.
International spots include “ Montreal Comedy Festival”, Scotland’s “Glasgow Comedy Festival,” Amsterdam’s “Comedy Factory” and a U.S Military tour in Korea.
Rachel is a supporting actress in the upcoming independent films, "Circus Maximus" and "Peace After Marriage" which won the "Tribeca All Access Award".