Brooklyn-born Jeffrey Paul now calls Staten Island his home. Evolving his comedic craft over many years, first as a writer, and now on-stage, Jeffrey believes what makes a great comedian is living an interesting life. Living that personal mantra, Jeffrey lives and works hard – constantly honing his craft, keeping a life-balance, and seeking out great mentors, which have all contributed to Jeffrey’s success as a late-comer comedian.
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Introducing, the very interesting and diverse, Jeffrey Paul: Dean of Schools, Teacher, Police Officer, Springsteen Roadie, Strip Club Manager, Podcaster, Film & T.V. Actor, and Comedian!
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Not quite normal YET – how we’re putting on shows today. Some advantages of virtual comedy.
11:10 | Terry-Ann/Jeffrey
Evolving our technological skills in the new normal. How to remain relevant, be creative and find new outlets for content.
14:30 | Terry-Ann/Jeffrey
Staying on the move! What’s so wrong with Charlemagne?
16:35 | Terry-Ann/Jeffrey
Who’s Your Band? Podcast with Jeffrey Paul & Sean Morton. A who’s who talking about their musical passions.
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My long and winding road to the comedic stage.
20:46 | Terry-Ann/Jeffrey
Finding your audience at any age – on being authentically funny.
22:36 | Terry-Ann/Jeffrey
Scoring a major Scorsese film!
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OUTTAKE: from Gregory Stock, Ph.D.’s, The Book of Questions 1987 ed. TAZ asks “Would you be willing to give up sex for five years if you could have wonderfully sensual and erotic dreams any night you wished?”
Podcast: Who’s Your Band? With Comics Jeffrey Paul & Sean Morton - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/whos-your-band/id1497361536
TAZ Comedy Hotline: 201-874-5971
Twitter: @TerriLWalters - https://twitter.com/TerriLWalters
Some Kind of Comedian
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