Aida Rodriguez is a comedian, actor and writer. Lauded by Esquire Magazine as “raucously funny,” she has become a favorite with fans and critics alike. With her first hour standup special now streaming and her own TV series in development, both at HBOMax, Aida is bound for the comedy stratosphere.
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Aida Rodriguez is a comedian, actor and writer. Lauded by Esquire Magazine as
“raucously funny,” she has become a favorite with fans and critics alike. With her first
hour standup special now streaming and her own TV series in development, both at
HBOMax, Aida is bound for the comedy stratosphere.
In November 2021, Aida’s first hour standup special Fighting Words premiered on
HBOMax. In the special, the comedian takes to the stage to address today’s audiences
about cancel-culture and the social issues of the day, not just because they’re ripped
from the headlines, but because they are in the pages torn out of her personal
life. Additionally, Rodriguez is developing her own half hour comedy series with
HBOMax based on her own incredible life story, which includes surviving two
kidnappings, sexual abuse, and a period of homelessness. Co-written and Executive
Produced by Rodriguez, Chris Case (Showtime’s Flatbush Misdemeanors) and
Nastaran Dibai (Netflix’s Dear White People), the project examines the struggle of a
comedian (Rodriguez) who is trying to kick start a career while raising two very different
teenagers on her own over multiple time zones. It is an uplifting story of survival and
triumph in the face of a darkly funny Miami inner-city upbringing, where she learned
skills that allowed her to thrive and endure.
In 2020, Aida headlined the HBO LatinX standup special Entrenos while also appearing
in Showtime’s Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam, one of only four women
to have performed on the series in its 15 seasons. Prior to that, she had her own half
hour special on Netflix’s hit comedy series They Ready, Executive Produced by Tiffany
Haddish and Wanda Sykes. In reviews Decider gushed that the special “will have you
laughing, crying and begging for more” and Esquire Magazine declared “This is
Rodriguez's genius—using comedy to turn pain into progress, to give voice to the
voiceless, and to laugh instead of cry.”
In addition to her TV projects, Aida was handpicked by director Taylor Hackford for his
feature film “The Comedian” starring Robert De Niro. She is also the five-time host of
PBS’ Imagen Awards, which recognizes and rewards creative excellence of Latinos in
television and film. She is a guest writer for Buzzfeed as well as a regular Commentator
on the popular online progressive political talk show The Young Turks. Rodriguez hosts
her own podcast, Truth Serum, which is an interactive weekly wrap up show covering
the week’s hottest topics, where inclusivity and diversity are a standard, not an initiative.
A long time favorite on the standup circuit, Aida was a finalist on NBC’s Last Comic
Standing and has been featured on several comedy fan-favorite TV series, including
Comedy Central’s This Week at the Comedy Cellar, HBO’s Pause with Sam Jay, and
TBS’ Tournament of Laughs. She tours the country performing her distinct brand of
poignant and insightful comedy to sold out audiences, inviting her longtime fans to laugh
hard, think hard, and feel hard.
For more information go to www.FunnyAida.com
Follow Aida on Instagram and Twitter - @FunnyAida