Al Madrigal, a fixture on Comedy Central’s stand-up comedy programming, has been added as a contributor to the network’s The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. His first segment is in tonight’s show, where he will address the topic of immigration with Stewart in-studio. Madrigal also has a part in Free Agents, the Hank Azaria-Kathryn Hahn comedy series that NBC picked up for its fall schedule.
Comedian Al Madrigal Joins 'Daily Show'
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