Paul Chowdhry

Paul Chowdhry

Date of birth: 21-08-1974
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.

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Paul Chowdhry to tape a new stand-up special

At the Hackney Empire next month

Paul Chowdhry is to record a new stand-up special

The Taskmaster and Live at the Apollo comedian will tape his set over two shows at the Hackney Empire on Saturday  June 15.

It is being filmed for a video-on-demand service, but his agents Avalon refused to be drawn on which one.

This show will feature new material and routines from his last tour, Live Innit, which was named the best live event of 2018 at the ITV Asian Media Awards.

Chowdhry also recently won the Comedian of the Year award in the Asian Voice awards – presented by the subsequently fired Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson.

Live Innit was performed 150 times, including dates including Australia and New Zealand.

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Published: 7 May 2019

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Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2005

Paul Chowdhry

Edinburgh Fringe 2007

Paul Chowdhry: Lost in Confusion

Edinburgh Fringe 2010

Paul Chowdhry Is Not PC

Edinburgh Fringe 2014

Paul Chowdhry: PC's World


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