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Comedy Notes

He's starting over -- again

Al Madrigal feels his TV and club work is getting him closer to a mainstream breakthrough. Al Madrigal feels his TV and club work is getting him closer to a mainstream breakthrough.
By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / June 27, 2008

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Experience is a relative thing, especially in terms of stand-up comedy. Some would say that Al Madrigal, who comes to the Comedy Connection tonight and tomorrow, is an established comic, having just passed his 10-year anniversary in the business. He's already been in three sitcoms, including the recently canceled "Welcome to the Captain" and the upcoming "Project Gary." He's toured ... (Full article: 704 words)

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