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Alex Reymundo

If you have billed yourself as one of the “Original Latin Kings of Comedy,” you might be Alex Reymundo, star of the 2010 standup special Red-Nexican. If you were featured on the first season of P. Diddy’s Bad Boys of Comedy and have toured for years as the opening act for your brother-in-law Ron White, you might just be Alex Reymundo, star of Red-Nexican. And lastly, if you have a bit about audio books that ends with you giving your wife lockjaw, you better be the star of Red-Nexican. Otherwise you’re a joke thief and an identity thief.

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