Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Pacino, Gary Busey—you never know who might show up at White's of Westport this Saturday when Pablo Francisco closes out the SouthCoast Comedy Series.

That's because as funny as Francisco is on his own, he's also one of the most hilarious impressionists in the business today, and he'll be doing all of his best impressions this Saturday night for Newport Craft Night.



Francisco is one of the most popular touring comedians worldwide. He has earned a reputation for his unique talent to weave together his one-of-a-kind arsenal of off-the-wall characters and spot-on impressions. Francisco draws his audience into his vivid imagination and takes them on a wild ride as they experience his spontaneous outbursts, clever insights and some of the funniest rapid-fire comedy ever unleashed.

Francisco’s two Comedy Central one-hour comedy specials “They Put It Out There” and “Ouch!” continue to stay on the networks most requested list.

Gene Lavanchy of Boston’s 25 calls Pablo “the most talented comedian in the business today.” His unbelievable ability to physically morph himself into movie stars, singers, friends, family and a multitude of nationalities gives his show a universal charm.

Francisco’s astounding popularity is not limited to the stage. His outrageously funny material and pervasive internet presence have captivated over 100 million YouTube viewers around the world. Francisco’s worldwide fan base continues to grow with over 158,000 Facebook fans and 35,000 Twitter followers.

In addition to his Comedy Central specials and DVDs, Francisco has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Comedy Central’s The Show Biz Show with David Spade and Mind of Mencia. He has also been a cast member on the Fox Network's sketch comedy show Mad TV, TBS’s Frank TV and appeared on Howard Stern’s radio show.

The SouthCoast Comedy Series, presented by Carl's Collision Center and Line-X, is a joint production of The Comedy Connection and RocJo Productions.

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