Carlos Mencia (Comedian) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Carlos Mencia

Honduran born comedian who was the host of the Comedy Central show, Mind of Mencia, which had four season from 2005 to 2008. Throughout his career he has been accused of stealing other comics’ jokes and this was satirized in a 2009 episode of South Park where he is depicted stealing someone else’s joke.

He rose to prominence in L.A.’s nightclubs, and had his big break when he appeared on on The Arsenio Hall Show and Buscando Estrellas. In 1994, he landed the job of host of HBO’s latino comedy showcase Loco Slam.

His comedy routines often play on Mexican stereotypes despite the fact that he is actually Honduran.

He was raised in Los Angeles’s east side with seventeen brothers and sisters. He has one son named Lucas with his wife Amy, whom he married in 2003.

Arsenio Hall was one of the first ones to notice his talent, and invited him on his late-night show.

Carlos Mencia Age

How old is Carlos Mencia? He was born in 1967, he is 54 years old.

Carlos Mencia Height & Weight

How tall is Carlos Mencia? He stands 5 feet 8 inches (172 cm) tall.

Carlos Mencia Wiki

Carlos Mencia Wiki/Bio
Famous asComedian
Age54 years old
BirthdayOctober 22, 1967
BirthplaceSan Pedro Sula, Honduras
Zodiac SignLibra
Heightapprox. 5 ft 8 in (172 cm)

Quotes by Carlos Mencia

The really funny thing is that most all of my friends who are priests have seen me perform, and they say, ‘I wish I could talk the way you do on stage. I wish I could reveal truth to my congregation the way you do.’

— Carlos Mencia

You know what, I stopped doing ‘Mind of Mencia’ because it got hard, and there was a lot of fighting, and it was just time to move on.

— Carlos Mencia

The easiest thing to do is put someone in a file of somebody you already know. ‘Hey, you remind me of Sam Kinison’ or ‘You remind me of Richard Pryor.’ That’s fine, because I know that’s the process. Eventually, my own file will be created.

— Carlos Mencia

I’ve gotten in trouble with every race you can imagine. They say, ‘I can’t believe you talked about this – you’re racist.’ And I say, ‘How can I be racist? Isn’t racism exclusionary? If all of you are offended, that means I’m including every race in my jokes.’

— Carlos Mencia

Chicago is pretty much my favorite city to perform in. For some reason, people from the Chicago area have an amazing attitude.

— Carlos Mencia