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Paul Chowdhry Biography

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Paul Chowdhry (misspelled as Paul Chowdhury, Paul Chowdry) has distinguished himself over the past few years 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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In 2005 he made a definitive mark at the Edinburgh Festival, selling out his debut solo show followed with a further sell out at the prestigious Soho Theatre in the West End of London. He is amongst the few comedians to perform at Wembley Arena and The Grovsenor House before Cherrie Blaire and Richard Attenborough.

In 2007 he debuted his new show ‘Lost in Confusion' at the Edinburgh Festival, selling out, receiving rave reviews across the board and being chosen by The Telegraph as a 'must do' show of the year.
In February 2008 he featured as the headlining act of ‘Comedy Blue' series for the Paramount Comedy channel. He has also just filmed ‘The Comedy Store TV Special', making this his second appearance on the show, due to be broadcast later this year. Chowdhry presented the MTV comedy weekend and featured on MTV's ‘The Young Gods of Comedy'. Paul is currently touring at various high profile venues including the prestigious Soho Theatre in the West End of London.

Internationally Acclaimed

During 2004 he starred in The World Stands Up and The All-New Comedy Store for Five, Paramount Comedy Channel and USA's Comedy Central. A year earlier, in front of over 30,000 people, Paul became the first British act to perform at the Caribbean Comedy Festival in Trinidad. During 2006 he performed nine sell out shows at the NEC Birmingham. Paul was also the host of the 2006 AMA (Asian Music Awards) at the Hammersmith Palais.

Earlier in 2007 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' Langfieldentertainment.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.

Comedy Performer

Paul is also a huge acting talent, and has appeared in a number of prestigious and high profile films such as: Rogue Trader with Ewan McGregor and Anna Friel, It Was An Accident alongside Thandie Newton and most recently Colour Me Kubrick with John Malkovich.

The Press

"One of the sassiest, subtlest and most cerebral on the circuit Talent beyond the crass quips." Evening Standard

" Thoughtful Anglo- Indian comic who says a lot of unsayable things about modern society with a winningly bashful smile and a lovely turn of phrase." The Telegraph - The Edinburgh Festival: must do comedy 2007

"Quickfire style. Chowdhry keeps up a steady stream of gags and left-field links that fuel what is a unique perspective of observations on British life, leaving the audience wanting more." The Stage 15/8/07

"Chowdhry's humour is profound and clever, outlining ignorance in a society obsessed with rectitude and sharing with us his own experiences with racism. One of the more honest stand-ups I've seen at this year's Fringe."Three Weeks 8/07

"If anyone can make these delicate jokes, perhaps it ought to be him, they go down a storm. He is undoubtedly a talented comic with an eye for familiar scenarios in everyday life which can easily be blown out of proportion." The UK Theatre Network 5/8/07

"Paul's slow, deliberate pace allows the observations and routines to embed themselves firmly into your mind and bloom, making you laugh out loud at that moment - and days later. One thing is for certain: he has another Fringe hit on his hands." Fresh Air FM 5/8/07

"A star-in-the-making" The Daily Telegraph

"One of the sassiest, subtlest and most cerebral on the circuit Talent beyond the crass quips." Evening Standard

"Best of 2005 Review." The Independent

"Chowdhry is packing em in with his painfully honest & very very funny observations" Eastern Eye

"Paul Chowdhry is naturally funny. Chowdhry has the balance of humour and honesty just right. Someone just needs to tell him." Metro

"Destined for greatness" BBC Radio London

""I've had assassination attempts on my life" said Paul Chowdhry of Camrose Avenue, Edgware" The Edgware Times

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Paul Chowdhry started stand-up in 1998 , and his comedy career has since taken him to Hong Kong, the Gulf, Amsterdam, Germany, South Africa and headlining the International Indian Kings of Comedy tour. In 2003, he became the first British act to perform at the Caribbean Comedy Festival in Trinidad.

He was nominated as best comedian in the 2002 EMMA (Ethnic Multicultural Media Academy) awards, and won the critics' choice award at the 2003 Smirnoff South African International Comedy Festival.

He has also appeared in the 2004 film Colour Me Kubrick, playing a club announcer, and on various stand-up shows on TV.

Paul Chowdhry has distinguished himself over the past few years as one of the most talented and popular Asian comedians alive. He 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, his highly charged dry observational humour taps into the multicultural diversity of contemporary Britain.

Paul's courageous search for the absurd in issues such as racism, terrorism and religious fundamentalism fuels an eclectic set punctuated by impressive feats of mimicry and verbal dexterity.

"One of the sassiest, subtlest and most cerebral on the circuit Talent beyond the crass quips." Evening Standard

" Thoughtful Anglo- Indian comic who says a lot of unsayable things about modern society with a winningly bashful smile and a lovely turn of phrase." The Telegraph

"Quickfire style. Chowdhry keeps up a steady stream of gags and left-field links that fuel what is a unique perspective of observations on British life, leaving the audience wanting more." The Stage

"Destined for greatness" BBC Radio London

Paul Chowdhry Show Schedule

February 2009

19 The Hackney Empire

20 The Hackney Empire

27 The Comedy Store Manchester

28 The Comedy Store Manchester

March 2009

1 Watermans Theatre

Paul Chowdhry Interview 2008

Oh brother where art thou?

Paul Chowdhry: I'm in London. It's the most interesting place to do stand-up, because you get a mix of different kinds of people that are open to all kinds of ideas and I think that makes you stronger in an artistic sense. It's a cesspit of filth and depravity but you get used to it. Paul Chowdhry video, MP3, and download.

Where's your head at?

Paul Chowdhry: We've got the Young Gods Of Comedy showing on MTV Base. It's quite an urban show so you've got Will E Robo from America, Kojo and Harvey from So Solid. And then there's me who's the only non-black act apart from Tim Westwood, who's black anyway, right? I've always crossed over to different crowds so it should work. Over the years I've built up a reputation on the black circuit because I've played lots of gigs there. I think I'm one of the only comics that does all circuits. I've done Edinburgh, I've played Asian gigs, black gigs, white gigs...

Who do you think you are?

Paul Chowdhry: I see myself as a comedian who happens to be Indian. Not an Indian comedian. The best kind of comedy crosses over. I think I'm quite rare in that respect, there aren't too many acts that do it. A lot of white acts don't cross over and I think they should. You learn a lot from playing to different crowds.

What's so funny about peace, love and understanding?

Paul Chowdhry: You can hit all three with comedy. It's hard to lecture people but easy to break down barriers by making people laugh. It doesn't always work; I've spoken about the BNP and people have shown me their screen saver with a swastika or BNP flag on it, not understanding the irony of what I'm saying. They thought I was one of them. But in a way that's still breaking down boundaries.

Do you remember the first time?

Paul Chowdhry: After my first ever show a couple of people held up the comedy club and nicked everyone's wallets while I snuck out the back. I remember thinking, "This is the kind of place I need to be! Forget an office, this is my future."

Do you know the way to San Jose?

Paul Chowdhry: No, but I did recently go to Miami and got detained in customs. It's hard to convince someone you're a comic when you're in another country. Customs always say, "Comedian, eh? Make me laugh then." But it's hard to make someone laugh when they're scanning my retinas with a finger up my arse. Paul Chowdhry torrent, free comedy dvd download.

War, what is it good for?

Paul Chowdhry: Material. As you can see, a lot of comics have built careers on the war, certain Muslim comics that I won't name. But you don't hear about the war in Afghanistan until Prince Harry is sent there. I always wonder what would have happened if he had actually bumped into Bin Laden.

Who is he and what is he to you?

Paul Chowdhry: Oh, these are all music titles, right? I get it now. I thought you were just singing halfway through the interview! So Osama Bin Laden... interesting. We don't hear from him for years and all of a sudden he'll come out with a new video. I've heard this Xmas he's coming out with a DVD box set, with all the outtakes and director's commentary. "Shit you made me laugh you bastard, I sneezed on my beard!" He's probably doing old Bernard Manning jokes isn't he? "I'm not saying my 17 wives are fat, but..."

Who let the dogs out?

Paul Chowdhry: I've let a few of them out. And I've met a few of them after my shows.

Is this it?

Paul Chowdhry: No, there's much more to come.

Paul Chowdhry Interview 2005 - Paul on the opposite sex

Paul Chowdhry started stand-up in 1998 , and his comedy career has since taken him to Hong Kong, the Gulf, Amsterdam, Germany, South Africa and headlining the International Indian Kings of Comedy tour. In 2003, he became the first British act to perform at the Caribbean Comedy Festival in Trinidad.

He was nominated as best comedian in the 2002 EMMA (Ethnic Multicultural Media Academy) awards, and won the critics’ choice award at the 2003 Smirnoff South African International Comedy Festival.

He has also appeared in the 2004 film Colour Me Kubrick, playing a club announcer, and on various stand-up shows on TV.

When men are upset, why do they go and get wasted with their friends instead of opening up to their girlfriends?
Paul Chwdhry: Isn’t the problem usually that they don’t have girlfriends in the first place? And even if they do manage to get one, they just prefer to let the problem fester and explode.

Why do men never listen?
Paul Chowdhry: I didn’t hear the question.

Why do men leave their mouldy socks festering on the floor?
Paul Chowdhry: I always put mine in the waste basket! I don’t think you can generalise like that. In any case, I’m different from other men. I’m a New Man. Any ladies out there? Anyone?

What irritates you about women the most?
Paul Chowdhry: The fact that they don’t go out with me. And also the girls who have everything hanging out. They swan around with this ‘don’t look at me’ attitude. But how can I not? Their boobies are hanging out!

Why don’t men bother to groom themselves while women have to tart themselves up?
Paul Chowdhry: I groom myself probably more than most hairy women. In particular I draw the line at dating women who have a bigger beard than me.
I think it depends how you look at it. You either get complete slobs or those guys that overly groom themselves. You know, the ones that have their name written in their hair? They do that so you don’t have to ask them their name. Paul Chowdhry Indian comedian.

When women ask you what you’re thinking and you say ‘nothing’... is it true?
Paul Chowdhry: No. I’m thinking about what you’re thinking and then I start thinking about myself thinking about what you’re thinking which makes me wonder why I’m thinking about what you’re thinking. I think...

Men enjoy sport because secretly they like the idea of playing with each other.

If you’re watching sport, then I guess it depends what type of bar you’re in – perhaps in the Gay Pink Pounder they might like the idea of men playing with each other. But I guess even if you’re playing sport, then I don’t think it’s ever a good idea to sing George Michael songs in the shower.

Why do blokes never call when they say they’re going to?
Paul Chowdhry: No credit on the phone, usually. I always call – sometimes too much. Sometimes I don’t even say anything, I just let them hear the sound of my breath. And then the restraining order pops through the letterbox. Funny thing though, when I get a girl’s number she always seems really enthusiastic about the prospect of me ringing her. And just so I know I haven’t been fobbed off, I ring her number right then and there to make sure it’s the right one.

And then, when I call a few days later, she starts acting weird, like she doesn’t have any recollection of who I am. That’s when you’ve got to start stalking them.

Is it possible for a man to be faithful?
Paul Chowdhry: (Turns to his publicist and asks if he’s loyal to his girlfriend). There you go – that’s one guy who can be faithful to his girlfriend. And we all know publicists never lie. Paul Chowdhry comedian.

If you were married and your dream girl offered you a one night stand, could you resist?
Paul Chowdhry: Most definitely. In any case, I don’t believe in this whole business of fancying some unattainable celebrity goddess or even lusting after a fictitious woman. If I had a dream woman who would it be? Crazy Frog. If it was a female version. Without the private parts blacked out like in the adverts. And she should be able to sing like him. Dingding.

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