In an episode of Mind of Mencia, where Mencia makes fun of history TV shows, in "That's **** Historical", he uses the name, Ned Arnel, which is his birth name.
Carlos played volleyball in the 2007 AVP volleyball Hermosa Open celebrity match. While on the bench, he made humorous comments about what was going on, such as "I liked that hit there. That's what my people do, we see there's no border patrol so we go for it", referring to border patrol as a block.
Appearing in SuperBowl commercials Carlos was a spokesperson for Anheuser-Busch during SuperBowl XLI (2007).
In an episode of Mind of Mencia, where Mencia makes fun of history TV shows, in "That's Fucking Historical", he uses the name, Ned Arnel, which is his birth name.
Carlos has had his albums, "Take a Joke America", and "This is Carlos Mencia" sold in the iTunes store along with episodes from his show.
Carlos lends his voice in the 2006 movie "Farce of the Penguins."
He is married to Amy Mencia, their first child Son Lucas Pablo Mencia was born December 14, 2006.
He has done several stand up comedy specials including Not for the Easily Offended, Down to the Nitty Gritty, No Strings Attached, a couple half-hour specials on HBO and a Comedy Central Presents special.
He made appearances on The Arsenio Hall Show and Buscando Estrellas, where he attained the title "International Comedy Grand Champion".
Carlos got a real break in his comedy career when he went to amateur night at the Laugh Factory.
Carlos showcased at The Comedy Store, and quickly became a regular.
While in college Carlos worked for Farmers' Insurance.
Carlos headlined in 2001-2002 with the Three Amigos Tour with fellow comedians.
Take A Joke America was released by Warner Brother Records in 2000.
Early in Carlos's career he hosted the comic show Loco Slam.
Garfield High School graduate in 1985.
Carlos attended Hammel Grade School in East Los Angeles as a child.
Carlos attended Cal State L.A. where he majored in electronic engineering, but never graduated with his degree.
Carlos is the 17th child of 18 born to his parents; family is of the "utmost importance."
When Carlos was a baby, he was given to his aunt and uncle to raise as their own.
He is not a full blooded Mexican, he is a native to Honduras, his father was Honduran, but his mother was Mexican.
Carlos Mencia: I've gotten in trouble with every race you can imagine.
Carlos Mencia: Don't tell God!
Carlos Mencia: Dee dee dee!
Carlos Mencia: I think we all feel the same things most of the time, we just don't know how to put it into words. When I'm on stage, I say it. The truth makes people laugh.
Carlos Mencia: I grew up in the projects and I know how important it is for kids to have hope.
Carlos Mencia: Racism is exclusion, that's why I make fun of everybody.
Carlos Mencia: If you ain't laughing, you ain't living, baby.