‘Hangover’ star named NBC’s Stand-up For Diversity spokesman

By | June 21, 2010 at 12:37 pm | No comments | News | Tags: ,

ken jeongNBC Universal recently named Ken Jeong the spokesperson for their 2010 “Stand-up for diversity” competition. You might recognize Jeong as the doctor with poor bedside manner in Knocked Up, junk-flashing tiny gangster Leslie Chow in The Hangover, or as Señor Ben Chang on NBC’s Community. Jeong will host the final showcase of the stand-up competition, which is scheduled for December in Los Angeles.

In its seventh year, the “stand-up for diversity” program searches for diverse talent around the country. The most promising comics are given a talent holding deal at NBC. Auditions will begin at the end of June in New York City, followed by auditions San Antonio and San Francisco.

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