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April 16, 1979|
Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.
Segura was born April 16, 1979, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has two sisters. He has also lived in Minneapolis, Milwaukee, and Vero Beach, Florida. When he was 18, Segura overdosed on GHB and fell into a short coma. Segura is married to comedian Christina Pazsitzky. In 2016, they had their first child together. Segura also speaks Spanish fluently. On July 21, 2018, Pazsitzky and Segura welcomed their second child, a son named Rowe.
Segura has been performing as a comedian since shortly after he graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne University. Segura has performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, The Comedy Festival, the Global Comedy Festival in Vancouver, Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, and the South Beach Comedy Festival. Segura was also a San Francisco regional finalist on Last Comic Standing 2. Segura is a member of the Deathsquad Network of standup comedians.
Segura also makes regular appearances on The Joe Rogan Experience and The Crabfeast, a podcast hosted by Ryan Sickler and Jay Larson. He opened for Los Angeles-based recording artist Hughie Stone Fish on the "Siren Songs" tour in September 2014.
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