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A graduate of Georgetown Law and former Wall Street Lawyer and Investment Banker, Paul is a national headlining comedian, who is a regular satirist on “Hannity,” “The Joy Behar Show,” “The Dylan Ratigan Show” and “Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld.” Paul is also heard on millions of listeners nationwide in his recurring segment, “Paul Mecurio’s Image Makeover” on the nationally syndicated morning radio show, “The Bob & Tom Show,” which is syndicated to over 150 markets and has over 4 million listeners.
Paul is a contributor on CNN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC and CNBC and starred in his own “Comedy Central Presents” special. He performed three times at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and has made over 2 dozen TV appearances including “The Late, Late Show,” Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” “Late Night w/Conan O’Brien,” Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn,” NBC’s “Late Friday,” Comedy Central’s “Dr. Katz” and VH1′s popular clip shows.
Paul was invited to be on the original writing team for a new comedy show called “The Daily Show”. As a writer for “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” Paul won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Variety, Music or Comedy Program. Paul was honored with a Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting (think the Pulitzer Prize for Broadcasting) and a second Emmy nomination for his work on “The Daily Show”. Paul was featured in “The Daily Show” segment, “Second Opinion,” in which he skewered the medical profession playing an HMO representative with a less than sympathetic mindset.
Paul created, executive produced and starred in the HBO Sports web series, “Got No Game with Paul Mecurio,” which takes a satiric look at the world of sports through original sketches and one-on-one interviews. A segment from the series entitled, “Race in Sports,” was nominated for an Emmy Award in the Outstanding New Approaches – Short Format category.
A native of Providence, Rhode Island, Paul graduated with Honors from Georgetown Law School and began his career on Wall Street as a mergers and acquisitions lawyer at the law firm of Willkie Farr and Gallagher and later as an investment banker at CS First Boston. All the while, Paul was honing a second career writing and performing comedy and was hired by Jay Leno to write jokes for “The Tonight Show.” In 1995, with the encouragement of Jay, Paul moved center stage, leaving Wall Street and starting his career as a stand-up comedian.