Marga Gomez Movies and Career Information

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Jun 19, 1960
New York City

Marga Gomez (born June 19, 1960, in Manhattan, New York) is a Puerto Rican/Cuban-American comedian, playwright, and humorist. She is openly lesbian. Gomez got her start in the gay comedy clubs of San Francisco in the mid 1980s, including the Valencia Rose Cafe founded by Ron Lanza and Hank Wilson. She tours nationally in concert, at universities, nightclubs, cruiseships, and political events. She has appeared on HBO's Comic Relief, Showtime's Latino Laugh Festival, Comedy Central's Out There and the PBS series In The Life. Marga's comedy recording, Hung Like a Fly, is available on Uproar Records. She is profiled in the 2003 award winning documentary Laughing Matters along with Kate Clinton, Suzanne Westenhoefer and Karen Williams. Gomez won a GLAAD award for Off-Off Broadaway theater in 2004 and is the author/performer of numerous theater pieces: Her seventh and most recent solo performance, Los Big Names, was presented by Woolly Mammoth Theatre at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC in 2004 and opened Off Broadway at the 47th Street Theater in April 2006 receiving nominations for the Drama Desk Award and New York Outer Critics Circle Award. The work was inspired by the lives of

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