My name is James Camacho. I am a NYC based comedian and actor that grew up in NJ- sorry. I’m a Chinese Puerto Rican only child- only one of those things sucks. Come see me sling some jokes! You’re probably thinking- is this dude really funny? Well I’ve been seen on Kevin Hart’s LOL Network, I’m streaming on Sirius XM, I did some TV shows on CBS called “FBI” and “Kevin Can Wait” and I did a movie once called “Before I Go”. I even did a music video with Jay Z and DJ Khaled called “I Got the Keys” and did a Monday Night Football commercial for ESPN that I got paid $150 for. Pretty lit right? Okay if that doesn’t convince you to come you can watch clips on my social medias @Camachbro on Instagram and TikTok and YouTube.com/JamesCamacho and judge for yourself. If that doesn’t convince you to come- you must be my parents. See ya there!
James Camacho is a NYC based comedian via NJ. James is an only child that grew up with a Chinese mom and Puerto Rican dad. He has a great uniqueness, likability, and boyish charm that make him one of the most hilarious and polished young comedians out there! At least that’s what he thinks!
James will be appearing on Kevin Hart's LOL Network. He has been seen on "Kevin Can Wait" on CBS, "A Crime to Remember" on the ID channel, & on commercials for Parker Waichman, Dunkin Donuts, ESPN, & Vice. He just filmed a role in the upcoming movie, "God the Worm" with Willie Garson & Annabelle Sciorra, & was in the movie, "What Happened Last Night" with Amber Rose, & the movie, "The Golden Phoenix. He also appeared in Jay-Z's music video for "I Got the Keys" with DJ Khaled, & in a viral video for Cosmopolitan.com. He has a podcast centered around high school called, "I'm Just A Kid!". His home club is The Comic Strip Live in NYC, where Jerry Seinfeld & Adam Sandler shot their Netflix specials.
In a time of political turmoil and social unrest James' point of view & comedic tellings of his mixed heritage, and personal and dating life is enjoyable and relaxing for everyone. Follow him @CAMACHBRO on Instagram for funny videos and on Twitter for daily jokes!
James started comedy as an English and Theater student at Rutgers University. It began as a way for him to tell the jokes he wrote in his short stories and screenplays. Now stand-up has moved to the forefront.