Genre:Stand-Up / Latino / Comic Hypnotist
TV ShowsThe Graham Norton Effect (Comedy Central), In the Life TV (PBS)
Films"Pulse" (2007) "The Bad Singer" (2007), "The Legacy of Walter Frumm" (2005), "The Perfect Fit" (2005)
AlbumsICONS (Vicarious) 2006 Fabulous Gay Tunes, Vol. 2 (Michael) 2003 Being Out Rocks (Centaur) 2002 Angel (Vicarious) 2001
BioOutlook Weekly calls him "one of the finest solo theatre artists of the 21st century." Singer-comedian Jade Esteban Estrada was christened "the first gay Latin star" by Out Magazine and "America's Prince of Pride" by NBC News. He has appeared on "The Graham Norton Effect" on Comedy Central, "In the Life TV" (PBS) and his hypnotic dance music can be heard on the Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning police drama "The Shield"......He was named the 2005 Performance Artist of the Year and won the 2004 Audience Favorite in Solo Performance at the Columbus National Gay and Lesbian Theatre Festival.
InfluencesStephen Colbert, Robbie Williams, Rob Thomas, Erasure, Gracie Allen, Oscar Wilde, Greg Louganis, Laura Linney, Toni Collette, Traci Lords, Joel Osteen, Rev. Troy Perry, Lily Tomlin and Richard Pryor
- May 19, 2008 10:17 PM The Reel Deal with Jade Esteban Estrada: Part 1
- Sep 19, 2007 9:02 AM Tulsa, OK: ’Impossible takes more time’
- Sep 14, 2007 10:30 AM San Antonio, TX: Adieu to the San Antonio 48 Hour Film Project...until 2008
- Sep 14, 2007 10:12 AM San Antonio, TX: TheatreASAP a mix of dramas
- Sep 14, 2007 9:56 AM Jersey City, NJ: "His Personal ’Heaven’
- Status: Single
- Here for: Friends
- Hometown: San Antonio, Texas
- Body type: 5' 10" / Athletic
- Ethnicity: Latino / Hispanic
- Zodiac Sign: Virgo
- Smoke: No
- Occupation: Stand-Up
Books..Edith Warton's "House of Mirth," Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," Charles Kaiser's "The Gay Metropolis"
Heroes.. PRIDE at Wayne State College, PRISM at Northern Illinois University, Office of LGBT Concerns at Bucknell University, Plains Pride at Nebraska Wesleyan University, Committee for Latino Concerns at DePauw University, Hispanic American Leadership Organization (HOLA) at Washburn University, the Multicultural Center at the University of Oregon in Eugene, the LGBTQ-A Services Office at Bowling Green State University, the Museum of Northern Arizona, Hispanic Leadership Council of Abilene, Rainbow Alliance at South East Missouri State University, Spectrum at Lehigh University and the LGBT Student Services Office at Princeton University.