Paul Kerensa

Paul Kerensa

Paul Kerensa started stand-up in 2002, when he won the ITV Take The Mike competition, and was a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards, Daily Telegraph Open Mic Awards and Wilkinson Sword Cutting Edge Of Comedy Awards. That year, he also wrote a comic play for the Edinburgh Fringe – Spinning Jenny.

He made his Edinburgh debut in 2005 with 26 – based around the American action show 24 – and returned in 2006, 2007 and 2008.

As a writer for TV and radio, he co-wrote Not Going Out with Lee Mack, Simon Evans and Andrew Collins and has worked on The News Quiz, Dead Ringers, The Now Show and After You’ve Gone.

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