Frank De Lima
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Frank Wilcox Napuakekaulike De Lima (born July 8, 1949), a popular comedian from Hawaii, is considered by some media sources to be the most sought-after comic in the state. With a Portuguese, Hawaiian, Irish, Chinese, English, Spanish, and Scottish heritage, he is known for light-hearted "Portagee" (Hawaiian Pidgin English for "Portuguese") slurs in his routine. In Honolulu, he attended the Cathedral Elementary School, Damien Memorial High School, and Saint Stephen Minor Seminary, later graduating with Bishop Clarence Silva of Honolulu at St. Patrick Archdiocesan Seminary in Menlo Park, California. He was subsequently ordained a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church, serving at Holy Trinity Church, Kuliouou, Honolulu.
As a service to the community, De Lima also administers the Frank De Lima Student Enrichment Program. Through the Enrichment Program, Frank travels around Hawaii to various schools to perform motivational speeches.
Various Acts and Sketches
- "The Meanest Paniolo"
- "KOHO Radio"
- "Glenn Miyashiro"
- "Killin' the Cocka-roach-a"
- "Bishop Estate Trustee"
- "Haole's Anonymous"
- "Imelda Marcos' As Seen On TV Products"
- "Moving On Up"
- "Sashimi Way"
- "Soom Boom Boom" (Parody of The Black Eyed Peas Boom Boom Pow)
- "A Taste of Malasadas" - originally released in 1977
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