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This is one comedian you don't want to miss out on seeing live in person. Pablo Fransico is know for his "Movie Preview Voice" and his performances with Carlos Mencia. He started his comedy in Arizona and has blown audiences away with his impressions. A funny thing happens to audiences when they see Pablo Francisco live for the first time. In a matter of minutes, crowds go from the quiet response that often greets a relative unknown, to jolts of boisterous laughter and applause. What accounts for the transformation? Namely the Tucson native's ability to create vividly funny living pictures. Pablo brings forth strikingly authentic off-the-wall sound effects and brilliant impressions. He takes the stage with the confidence to improvise and a talent that is undeniable. Pablo got his first professional break at age 17, when he and his buddy formed a duo called the "Blowout Boys," and snuck into a local steakhouse and took honors in a comedy competition against older, but clearly inferior opponents. From humble beginnings, big things have started to happen. Pablo, now an L.A. resident, has been featured in his own half-hour stand-up special "Comedy Central Presents... Pablo Francisco," can be heard on FOX's animated feature "The Family Guy," has been seen on Showtime's "Full Frontal Comedy," Comedy Central's "Short Attention Span Theater" and "Make Me Laugh," performed at the 1998 "Montreal Comedy Festival," and was a cast member on the FOX network's sketch show "Mad TV." Pablo has distinguished himself with a set on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" which aired live on June 4, 2002 and was nominated for the "1998 Funniest Male Stand-Up Comic" by The American Comedy Awards.