Mendoza has been nominated for two ALMA Awards, most recently for her work on The Bernie Mac Show and in 2001 for The Brothers Garcia. She has also directed Cable ACE Award-nominated episodes of The Mommies and Exit 57, as well as the concert film, Woodstock '94, which was also nominated for an MTV Award.
Mendoza's additional television comedy credits include Grounded For Life, The Chris Rock Show, All That, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, Keenan & Kel, The Awful Truth and MAD TV, among numerous others. She cut her teeth filming live comedy concert events, such as Latino Laugh Festival and Comedy From the Danger Zone for Showtime, Hard Rock Live, Loco Slam for HBO, Roundhouse: Live to Tape for Nickelodeon, Rich Hall, Mark Twain Prize Honors Richard Pryor for Comedy Central and Prince and the Ryde Divine for ABC. She was also executive director of 1997's Jerry Seinfeld: Stand Up Confidential.
Linda Mendoza Facts