Cristela Alonzo is an American comedian, actress, writer and producer, who created and starred in the ABC sitcom Cristela. This made her the first Latina woman to create, produce, write, and star in her own US primetime comedy.
In 2006, Alonzo got her first break in Los Angeles when she was hired to write on a Comedy Central show. Alonzo spent a lot of time on the road doing college comedy shows, where she found a lot of success.
In 2010, Alonzo was a semi-finalist on the TV show Last Comic Standing, which raised her visibility and led to a May 2011 segment in the comedy showcase Legally Brown.

Alonzo did a 30-minute segment of Comedy Central's The Half Hour on June 7, 2013.She has appeared on Conan, Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand Up Revolution, Showtime, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Live at Gotham.
In 2017, Alonzo voiced the character of Cruz Ramirez in the Disney-Pixar film Cars 3. In 2017, Alonzo released a Netflix stand-up special called Cristela Alonzo: Lower Classy. In 2019, Alonzo published a memoir called Music to My Years: A Mixtape-Memoir of Growing Up and Standing Up. The memoir release is accompanied by a stand-up tour called My Affordable Care Act.

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