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Paul Green may have resting murderer face but he’s actually harmless. He has been performing comedy for over 10 years including stand-up, short-form, long form and music improvisation. Paul prefers to keep his act appropriate for all audiences, and has headlined for casinos, clubs, bars, theaters and corporate events and keeps ’em laughing without resorting to profanity, crude, controversial or edgy content. Although based in LA Paul has performed all over the country from Seattle Washington to Sarasota Florida and loves nothing more than bringing joy and laughter to his audience.
To Make a Short Story Even Longer
PAUL GREEN was born at a very young age, but it wasn’t until the 4th grade when he realized he had a knack for making people laugh. As the emerging class clown, he told his teacher that when he grew up he wanted to be a stand up comedian. Even still it wasn’t until much later that Paul got his first official start in comedy when Jef Rawls owner of Jester’z Improv troupe in Scottsdale Arizona invited him to study improvisational comedy at his theater.
Paul was a regular attendee at Jester’z shows and Jef recognized Paul’s energy and comedic timing even as an audience member, and thought Paul might have what it takes to be a performer, which prompted Jef to invite Paul to join his beginning improv class.
After 6 months of improvisational comedy classes Paul was invited to join the main-stage performing cast. It was not long before Paul’s high energy, strong emotional characters and quick wit won the hearts of Jester’z crowds and fellow performers. In 7 years at Jester’z, Paul had the opportunity to entertain thousands of Jester’z fans and clients and begin to feel he wanted to introduce his comedy to a new challenge!
In 2014 Paul took his first stand up comedy class at the near by Tempe Center for the Arts. There he met his next mentor, Tony Vicich. Once again Paul quickly rose to the top of his comedy class. Tony begin to book Paul around the Phoenix area at different comedy clubs and venues. Along the way Paul was invited to create a Youtube channel involving sketch comedy skits and a live talk show. He teamed up with his close friends from Jester’z, Ryan Quenneville and Mandy Nielsen and created Tonight at the Pad. The Youtube channel evolved to focus on comedy sketches written by Paul, Mandy and Ryan as well as other guest collaborators, writers, producers and comedians.
In 2015 Paul felt he was ready to take on the big leagues and moved to Los Angeles where he lives currently! Paul has enjoyed the added challenge of performing comedy in one of the most competitive markets in the world. He is heavily involved in the stand-up and improv comedy communities and can be found performing regularly at various venues in town. Paul is committed to providing a clean comedy show and can keep audiences laughing without turning to blue, offensive or edgy content. Paul Green Comedy is always high energy, engaging, dynamic, and of course hilarious!
TheBluntPOST.com Article written by Vic Gerami
Paul Green is an award-winning standup comedian & actor who has performed at the most iconic comedy venues such as the Laugh Factory, Hollywood Improv, Comedy Store, Flappers, Ice House, Westside Comedy Theater, HaHa Comedy Club, iO West, Second City, Ventura Harbor Comedy Club and Mad House Comedy Club.
In 2019, after three consecutive years performing at the Burbank Comedy Festival, Paul was honored with the prestigious ‘Best of the Fest’ award. What makes Paul unique is his brand of clean comedy that can keep audiences laughing without turning to blue, offensive or edgy content. His multiple talents of singing and playing the piano make his shows high energy, engaging, dynamic, and of course hilarious!
Paul has been making audiences laugh since he first broke out of his shy and timid shell in the 4th grade. It started one night when he was supposed to be asleep in bed, but heard his dad laughing at something on the television downstairs. He snuck out of his room, tip-toed down the stairs just enough to get a peek at the television. He saw someone (and wishes he knew who) standing on a stage in front of an audience, holding a microphone and making that audience, and his dad, laugh. He didn’t know what it was, but he knew making people laugh was what he wanted to do……read more