Paul Case is a Los Angeles based-via New York- comedian/actor/producer, known for his dry, sarcastic and honest observational humor. He has performed across the country and in Canada to shell-shocked audiences on a weekly basis for nearly 7 years.
Currently the co-host of "Gal Palz" on DiGN2It Radio, Paul was previously the co-host of the here!TV podcast, "Bent" and appeared on the network's TV special "Hot Gay Comics, LIVE," as well as several other here!TV programs. He has been a guest on Sirius Satellite Radio's "The Judith Reagan Show," "The Derek and Romaine Show" and "The Frank DeCaro Show" as well as "D-Listed Radio with Daniel Nardicio," NYC's own "The Barry Z Show" and the popular podcast "'The Six Pack' with Ben Harvey and Dave Rubin". He has a recurring role in the new webseries "Love and Other Mishaps". He co-starred in the acclaimed webseries "Brooklyn is For Lovers," available on itunes (yes, for free! but NSFW). Other work has been seen on NBC, MTV, AMC, PBS, the Oxygen Network and the Discovery Channel.
Paul has also been seen in NEXT and HX magazines, the German magazine "Du und Ich" and was featured in "'Metro NY's"' Joke of the Week,' as well as the popular blog "thegayplaces.com". In 2010, "Time Out NY" featured him as one of the "Eight Gays of Hanukkah". He is currently working on his first book- "Cerebral Paul-sey," a collection of essays- many of which were part of his first solo-show "I Love and Hate You All" which sold out in New York City. His second show, "Raising the Bar" premiered in Los Angeles in April, 2012. He will present a workshop night, "An Evening with Miss Case," in August, 2012 at the "Oh My Ribs" Theatre in Hollywood. Paul's solo shows offer up stand-up, story-telling, "song-o-logues" and commentary that weave themselves together into an evening of enchantment.
As a producer, Paul has co-presented the twice sold-out "Miss Fag Hag Pageant- a benefit for The Hetrick-Martin Institute," featuring the likes of John Cameron Mitchell, Caroline Rhea, Leslie Jordan, Hedda Lettuce and "Village Voice" legend Michael Musto. He was also the co-producer of "The Back Room"- a staple weekly comedy show at New York's "Comix" comedy club that ran for four years.
When he's not performing, Paul likes a good Pinot Grigio, Adidas track pants, 80's girl bands, Diet Coke, Rachel Zoe, gift bags and making out.