Carl Guerra started performing stand-up comedy in the New York metro area as soon as he graduated from college. (Cornell University, his parents were “thrilled” when he became a comic.) His formal Latin name is Carlos Eduardo Guerra Burgos Alberrlas De La Valle, but you can call him Chuck.) He honed his craft at such clubs as Dangerfield’s, The Comic Strip, and The Improvisation. He also performed on the nationwide college circuit and on TV shows such as Star Search and Evening at The Improv. Now Carl Lives in South Florida and performs regularly in comedy clubs, country clubs, at corporate events, and on cruise ships. He can entertain an audience with his clever observations, improvs, characters, and guitar, without relying on profanity or sophomoric humor. He has also been the opener for such artists as Patti LaBelle, Joan Rivers, Julio Iglesias, Paul Anka, Debbie Reynolds, George Benson, Ray Romano, and Rosie O’Donnell.