In his past life, Paul worked as a lawyer and investment banker with the big shots on Wall Street. All the while, he was honing a secret, second career performing comedy in New York City. After a few years living this double life, Paul left Wall Street and is now a national headlining comedian with miles of touring under his belt, as well as an actor. A national headliner in clubs and theaters across North America and in Europe, Paul has made many TV appearances including The Late, Late Show on CBS, Comedy Central Presents Half Hour Special, The Daily Show w/Jon Stewart, ABC’s Wednesdays at 930, NBC’s Fridays, CNN, MSNBC, Fox, Shorties Watching Shorties, and Tough Crowd w/Colin Quinn. For his work as a writer on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, Paul won both an Emmy Award and a Peabody Award (the Pulitzer prize for broadcast journalism). Paul has also performed at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and he has had one of his short filsm screened at The HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado. Paul’s Consumer Man jokes about life as a frequently aggravated consumer have really taken off. In January 2008, his latest Consumer Man essay was published in The New York Times Magazine. Read the full story here, Lives Consumer Man. Paul has a recurring segment called Image Makeover on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show. As the Image Makeover Guy, Paul shares with listeners helpful tips on how public figures can easily improve their images. Alongside The Pope, OJ Simpson and Ted Haggard, Paul has even provided advice to such newsworthy events as the spread of E-coli and The Superbowl. To hear Paul..s hilarious Image Makeover segment, tune in to an affiliate station or check out the archive below. Who knows, maybe there’s some advice YOU can use.