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Vince Caldera

Vince Caldera is a Los Angeles native, born to a teenage mother and a gangster father in Glassell Park (Very Cool)!

Vince started his pursuit of stand-up at the tender age of sixteen. Now 23, Vince works hard to make a name for himself, performing at comedy mainstays around Los Angeles, including The Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store, The Upright Citizens Brigade, Largo, and more. Nationally, he has performed at clubs like The San Francisco Punchline, Stand-Up Live in Phoenix, The Comedy Corner Underground in Minneapolis, as well as San Francisco Sketchfest, Big Sky Comedy Festival, 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival, Big Pine Comedy Festival, 208 Comedy Festival, LA Diversity In Comedy Festival, and more. He’s also had the pleasure of opening for nationally touring headliners Maria Bamford, Al Madrigal, Laurie Kilmartin, Jackie Kashian and James Adomian.

Vince also co-hosts the “Sleepover!” podcast, where he interviews comedians, animators and other generally cool people about their childhood traumas and triumphs. When he isn’t performing, Vince works as a writer's assistant for Will Smith's social media team.

His parents are proud.