Comedy Magician, Actor, Presenter, Host and Writer. Paul’s expertise is regularly called upon with regard to various topics, including the history of magic and magicians, variety, comedy, sideshows and ‘unusual’ entertainments, hoaxes, cons and scams.
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Comedy Magician, Actor, Presenter, Host & Writer.
Paul has been at the forefront of the entertainment industry for over four decades, appearing in around forty countries and hosting corporate and private events and performing in theatre tours, comedy clubs, festival and fringe shows worldwide, as well as featuring in several hundred TV programmes as performer, presenter, actor and pundit.
He is a long-term cast member and ringmaster of the Olivier Award-winning adult cabaret circus show ‘La Clique’, the recipient of numerous awards in the fields of both magic and comedy, and is the author of three best-selling books.
Paul was recently made a Founding Fellow of ‘Showtown’ – the new Blackpool museum of entertainment, opening Spring 2024, on which he has been working as a consultant.
His expertise is regularly called upon with regard to various topics, including the history of magic and magicians, variety, comedy, sideshows and ‘unusual’ entertainments, hoaxes, cons and scams.
His TV appearances are numerous and range from a number of Children’s BBC series to several one-man, one hour Channel 4 and ITV specials as the pioneer of the Street Magic genre; both Derren Brown and Dynamo cite him as an influence.
Paul made around 150 appearances over 15 years as special guest in C4’s Countdown Dictionary Corner, and recently acted as consultant for the play ‘Bess – the other Houdini’ and as expert and actor in the BBC/History documentary ‘Houdini’s Lost Diaries’.
As an actor and member of Brighton Shakespeare Company, roles have included Bardolf, a witch and Lennox, and he recently played a cameo role as Tony Roxx in the comedy horror musical feature film ‘Powertool Cheerleaders Vs the Boyband of the Screeching Dead’. Paul played Abanazar in the recent season of Aladdin at the Theatre Royal, windsor, which broke box office records over its 97-show run.
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