George Perez is an up-and-coming comedian whose wit and charm capture an audience and lead to unstoppable laughter. His street smarts and charismatic personality allow him to poke fun at the harsh yet hilarious realities of growing up as a Latino in today’s society. He uses his own life experiences as funny anecdotes. His poise and his familiarity with growing up in the streets, becoming a young father and tearing down every stereotype have aided George in becoming a better comic. These qualities also allow the audience to relate to him on a higher level, making his comedy that much more real and amusing. In the past seven years, George has had the opportunity to enlighten audiences with his comedy in clubs all across Southern California and the Midwest. He has appeared on numerous television shows on networks such as Comedy Central and Showtime. His credits include The Payaso Comedy Slam, LATV Live, Loco Comedy Jam, Mind of Mencia, Master P’s Black Supaman and three episodes of MTV’s Yo Momma, where he used his sly wit and quick thinking to win his episode. After working with Wilmer Valderama on Yo Momma, George was asked to return for the “Best of LA” episode as a final competitor.