Pasadena Now

Pasadena-Based Latino Advocacy Group Hosts Latino Talent Showcase

“We always hear that the industry can’t find the Latino talent. Well, here they are… “Hello, Die, Bye,” written by Gabriel Brugni, directed by Sylvia Blush and performed by Nikki Mejia, Peter Pasco, and Andrew Santiago.

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Two Latino Comics Aim To Be The Next Siskel & Ebert. Except Funnier.

"Comedy writers Andrew Santiago and Christopher Correa – whose work on web series Postponed we featured here – have teamed up again on a new movie-inspired review/comedy series called Mis Pelis.



Facebook snags hit Latino YouTube shows for its Watch video tab

"The Watch on Facebook series sees comedian Andrew Santiago visit local American neighborhoods to sample their cuisine, and highlight the work being done by community members."


The White House

Covered in the New Year: Andrew Santiago’s Story

Andrew Santiago is one of the 10.2 million Latinos who stand to benefit from the new protections provided by the Affordable Care Act.”



Facebook’s Watch: Highlights of New Shows, Programming Partners

"Mitú’s “What’s Good In Your Hood”: Extension of the Latino digital network’s viral-video franchise of the same name. Comedian Andrew Santiago reviews the tastiest ‘hood spots in America to find not only good food but people doing good work in their community."

CUNY Matters

Putting Student Award Winners on Fast Track

Humor is the balm for a traumatic family history with which Santiago continues to grapple. “I’ve used comedy, jokes, my whole life to deal with everything else,” he says, adding that he would like to write for “Saturday Night Live” some day.



Facebook readies Bunim/Murray’s “Ball in the Family”

"Elsewhere, What’s Good In Your Hood is an extension of mitú’s original video franchise of the same name. In this series, comedian Andrew Santiago reviews spots in America to find not only good food but good people, doing good work in their community."