Onstage, Christina Pazsitzky, lately shortened to Christina P., isn’t afraid to get a little silly. That comes from her background writing and doing voices for animation. “It helped me incorporate that silliness into my act and that fearlessness. You have to be fearless voicing animation or it will fall flat,” she says. Pazsitzky was raised in southern California by Hungarian immigrant parents. Living a sheltered life spent in an all-girls Catholic school, she discovered comedy as a way to overcome her self-described dorkiness. “I majored in philosophy,” she tells her audience, “because I heard there was an opening at the Philosophy Company. Then I found out that the head philosopher position was filled... in 1497.” In addition to headlining comedy clubs, she also hosts the popular podcast Your Mom’s House with husband and fellow comic Tom Segura.