Paul Chowdhry has distinguished himself as one of the most talented and popular comedians to have recently emerged. Inspired by comedians such as Richard Prior, George Carlin and Sam Kinison. Paul is one of the few comics with the ability and diversity to effortlessly straddle the urban and main stand-up circuits as an international headline act. Constantly challenging and relentlessly inventive comedy fuels an eclectic set punctuated by impressive feats of mimicry and verbal dexterity. Paul’s highly charged dry observational humour taps into the multicultural diversity of contemporary Britain.
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This revolutionary underground comedian has twice sold out the Indig02, West End’s Leicester Square Theatre and many other major venues across the across the country. He has also featured as the headlining act of ‘The Comedy Store TV Special’ & ‘Comedy Blue’ series for the Comedy Central Channel. He presented on MTV’s comedy weekend and featured on ‘The Young Gods of Comedy’ to rave reviews. Paul is amongst the few comedians to perform at the 02 Centre and Wembley Arena and The Grovsenor House before Cherrie Blaire and Richard Attenborough. He was chosen by The Telegraph as a ‘must do’ show of the year.
He has starred in The World Stands Up and The All-New Comedy Store for Paramount Comedy Channel and USA’s Comedy Central. Paul became the first British act to perform at the Caribbean Comedy Festival in Trinidad to an audience of 30,000. He has also performed nine sell out shows at the NEC Birmingham. Paul was also the host of the AMA (Asian Music Awards) at the Hammersmith Palais. He performed at The Panasonic Theatre in Toronto, Canada as a part of ‘The World Comedy Clash’ showcase. ‘I believe that my overall favourite act was Paul Chowdhry’ Langfield Entertainment.com. An established international act, he also performed tours of Hong Kong, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Amsterdam, Germany, South Africa and headlined the International Indian Kings of Comedy tour. Paul’s courageous search for the absurd in issues such as racism, terrorism and religious fundamentalism is funny around the world.
“Dangerous Comic Genius” Eastern Eye – July 2010
“Brutally honest, internationally acclaimed comedian regarded as the outspoken nemesis of wholesome, traditional Asian comics has a bite every bit as bad as his bark.” - Time Out – April 2009
“One of the finest Asian comics around, he’s laidback, very cool and always has a great take on multicultural Britain.” - Time Out – Feb 2009