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Comedian | Stand Up Comedian | After Dinner Comedian
Paul Boardman is a stand -up comedian/speaker, writing and performing his material and with a sharp line in observational comedy. He is a regular on the 'Jongleurs' comedy circuit, and the corporate scene working for the top brand clients in the country such as Sony, Vodafone, British Airways, British Telecom, Manchester United, American Airlines, Hilton, and Insurance Institute. He is equally at home on the Sporting Dinner circuit building a fine reputation working with all the big names including Jack Charlton, Dennis Law, Martin Bayfield, Sir Geoff Hurst, Geoffrey Boycott, Paul Merson, Gareth Chilcott, Barry Mcguigan, John Conteh, Geoff Miller, and many others.
Paul recently was asked to be top table speaker at the prestigious 'Annual Variety Club Stag Dinner' at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London hosted by Jimmy Tarbuck and Bruce Forsyth, and was very well received indeed. He has played all the major arenas in every major city in the UK as part of the Michael Buble Tour from Dublin, Glasgow, Newcastle, Nottingham, Cardiff including a storming show at Manchester's MEN arena in front of over 9,000 people. The tour also took in a 3 night run at London's Hammersmith Apollo to great success.
He is versatile and can adapt to all audiences and his favourite experience to date was working to US and British troops in war-torn Bosnia as part of a 10 date comedy tour.
Paul has plenty of television experience performing on 'Friday Night Live' and also working as a free-lance presenter on Sky Sports for 8 years. He hosted 'Goals on Sunday' with Chris Kamara for an entire season, and also 'Football First' Sky Sports' Saturday night equivalent of' 'Match of the Day'.
He was a former professional footballer too having been signed by Peter Shilton for Plymouth Argyle, scoring on his league debut.
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