The Glendale, California, native attended UCLA. Negron studied acting with Lee Strasberg and studied comedy at a private seminar taught by Lucille Ball. Negron went on to join the cast of an improvisational comedy group, whose ranks included talents like Robin Williams, Martin Short, and Betty Thomas. In 1982, Negron made his motion-picture debut as a love-struck, pill-popping, dancing intern in "Young Doctors in Love" and as the obviously peeved Mr.Pizza Guy in "Fast Times in Ridgemont High."
He played Rodney Dangerfield's son-in-law in "Easy Money."
Negron was honored with the distinction of being asked to teach one of the first comedy courses offered at UCLA.
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