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About Gina Brillon

Who's that girl? That's the question on everyone's mind lately when rising star Gina Brillon hits the stage. Gina is one of the funniest New Faces of the Latino and mainstream comedy scene. Starting when she was only 18 yrs old, she blew the crowd away with her very first performance at Stand-UP NY. It was only up hill from there, she would go on to grace the stages of The Comic Strip, Boston Comedy Club, and Caroline's.

Her comedy is the perfect blend of personal experiences, growing up racially mixed (Puerto Rican, Italian, American), and Sex Therapy (Brillon studied Sex Therapy before and during her stand-up career). Watching her on stage, you can really see that she loves her job. She has been featured in Comedy Centrals "New Faces of Comedy" and on Si TV's 'Funny is Funny' Brillon was also featured in a full-page article in the June issue of 'Viva New York' magazine in the Daily News. Already a published poet, Gina plans on writing feature films, shorts, and a sitcom based on... Read More »

Who's that girl? That's the question on everyone's mind lately when rising star Gina Brillon hits the stage. Gina is one of the funniest New Faces of the Latino and mainstream comedy scene. Starting when she was only 18 yrs old, she blew the crowd away with her very first performance at Stand-UP NY. It was only up hill from there, she would go on to grace the stages of The Comic Strip, Boston Comedy Club, and Caroline's.

Her comedy is the perfect blend of personal experiences, growing up racially mixed (Puerto Rican, Italian, American), and Sex Therapy (Brillon studied Sex Therapy before and during her stand-up career). Watching her on stage, you can really see that she loves her job. She has been featured in Comedy Centrals "New Faces of Comedy" and on Si TV's 'Funny is Funny' Brillon was also featured in a full-page article in the June issue of 'Viva New York' magazine in the Daily News. Already a published poet, Gina plans on writing feature films, shorts, and a sitcom based on her stand-up.

Not only a regular at clubs around NYC, she's also known on the web, www.livetheatregang.com raves that Gina "reminded us that Whoopi Goldberg was not the last funny female to hit the NYC comedy scene". Catch her while you can, cause this star is rising fast.