Vlad Caamaño knew that he wanted to be a comedian when he was 10 years old.

“I was watching Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy, my brother was laughing so hard and I wanted to make him laugh like that,” Caamaño said in a phone interview.

He said that his brother is normally a pretty stoic person, someone who doesn’t splash when he jumps into the pool, so being able to make him laugh would be a huge accomplishment, he thought. That urge to make one person laugh has led Caamaño to make many do the same as a stand-up comedian who will next perform at Auburn Public Theater Saturday, May 6.

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