June 20, 2024

Gabriel Jesus Iglesias (born on July 15, 1976; Age: 47 years old) is a versatile American entertainer widely recognized by his professional moniker, Fluffy. His extensive contributions span acting, comedy, voice acting, production, and writing, earning him acclaim in entertainment. Notably, he has garnered widespread attention for his captivating shows such as “I’m Not Fat, I’m Fluffy” and “Hot & Fluffy,” resonating with audiences across the globe.

Mr. Iglesias’ comedic prowess shines through his stand-up performances, characterized by a remarkable blend of versatility and humor. His repertoire includes various elements, such as character portrayals, engaging storytelling, clever parodies, and skillful sound effects, providing audiences with entertaining insights into his own life experiences.

Early Life

Gabriel Iglesias was born in San Diego and was raised by his mother, Esther P. Mendez, alongside his older siblings. His father is Jesus Iglesias. Growing up, Iglesias had a diverse upbringing, influenced by experiences from various parts of California, contributing to his multicultural background.

During his educational journey, Iglesias attended Woodrow Wilson Classical High School, where he immersed himself in academics and community activities, shaping his formative years.


Gabriel Iglesias embarked on his comedic journey in 1997, a decision that initially met with some apprehension from his mother. Despite the initial doubts, Iglesias persevered, ultimately significantly impacting the entertainment scene. His television debut in 2000 on the Nickelodeon comedy series “All That” marked the beginning of his ascent in the industry.

From 2002 to 2006, Iglesias made notable appearances in a range of shows, including “El Matador,” “Days of Santiago,” “The Surfer King,” “Comedy Central Presents,” “Last Comic Standing,” and “The Emperor’s New School,” showcasing his comedic range and versatility.

In 2007, Iglesias hosted “Live at Gotham” and lent his voice to a Mexican family in an episode of Fox TV’s “Family Guy.” The same year, he delivered a memorable stand-up performance in “Hot and Fluffy.” His comedic prowess gained recognition, leading to the release of “I’m Not Fat… I’m Fluffy” on DVD in 2009, followed by “Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand Up Revolution” in 2011.

The years 2012 to 2014 saw Iglesias diversify his portfolio with roles in various movies and television shows such as “The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange,” “Magic Mike,” “Planes,” “The Nut Job,” “A Haunted House 2,” “The Fluffy Movie,” “The Book of Life,” and “Aloha Fluffy.” He also portrayed Alberto in ABC’s “Cristela” in 2014, alongside appearances in “Magic Mike XXL” and “Fluffy Breaks Even.”

Continuing his momentum, Iglesias contributed to films like “Gabriel Iglesias: I am Sorry For What I Said While I Was Hungry” and “El Americano: Movie” in addition to making appearances on TV shows like WWE SmackDown and WWE Tribute to the Troops in 2016. He further showcased his vocal talents in animated films such as “Nut Job 2” and “Smurfs: Lost Village,” cementing his status as a versatile entertainer across various mediums.

Fluffy has continued to be a prominent figure in numerous movies since then. His milestone moment came in 2022 when he made history as the first comedian to sell out Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. This iconic event was captured and released on Netflix on October 18, 2022, under “Stadium Fluffy.”

Personal Life 

Is Fluffy Married or have a Girlfriend?

Gabriel Iglesias, the renowned comedian known for his hilarious stand-up routines, was once deeply involved in a romantic relationship with Claudia Valdez. Together, they welcomed a son named Frankie into the world. However, despite their shared journey, their paths diverged, and sadly, they parted ways in 2017.

In a twist of fate, on July 15, 2021, Gabriel’s close friend Pedro Pascal, known for his roles in “The Mandalorian” and “Narcos,” received distressing news on his 45th birthday—he tested positive for COVID-19. This unfortunate turn of events impacted Pedro and had significant repercussions for Gabriel. Due to the potential exposure and concern for safety, Gabriel’s remaining shows were abruptly canceled, including the eagerly anticipated taping of his upcoming comedy special scheduled at the prestigious Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.

Social Media

  • Instagram: @fluffyGuy
  • Facebook: @Gabriel iglesias
  • Twitter: @FluffyGuy

 Net Worth

Fluffy has an estimated net worth of about US$5 million.

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