Paul Myregaug

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Canadian born and currently pastured in Europe, Paul Myrehaug is a multi-award winning stand-up comedian and mediocre actor.

Early in his career Paul, (or “lead piano” as he is known to his childhood hockey coaches) placed runner-up in the prestigious Seattle International Comedy Competition, a finalist in the Boston Comedy Competition and then winning the 2007 “Great Canadian Laugh Off” as seen on The Comedy Network.  

Paul went on to make appearances on:

Comedy Now! Hour Special” – CTV and The Comedy Network 

“Uten Grenser” Comedy Special – Comedy Central Scandinavia

“Just For Laughs” – The Comedy Network and CBC

“Altitude Comedy Festival” – ITV4 United Kingdom

“The Debaters” – CBC Radio One

“Ha!ifax Comedy Festival” – CBC

“Canadian Comedy Shorts” – The Comedy Network 

“CMT Star” – CMT Television

Entertained the Armed Forces in: Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Kosovo, United Kingdom, and a Battleship off the coast of Italy.

Today, Paul is part of the “Snowed In Comedy Tour” that stretches coast to coast in 60 Canadian cities starting in Prince Rupert B.C. every January and ending in St. John’s Newfoundland in May.  

He then spends the rest of the year based in Europe where he’s tour support act for the ever popular Ed Byrne on his UK hit shows “Spoiler Alert” and “If I’m Honest”.  

Paul also is embarking on a 20 city soft seat theatre tour “Humorgalla” the winter of 2019 in Norway. 

Paul Myrehaug has nearly 20 years of stand up comedy experience.  Over a dozen televised appearances and over 40 different countries toured around the globe.  

“An impressive, power packed set” – Chortle, United Kingdom 

“Idiosyncratically prowling the stage, Myrehaug’s charisma captivates the audience” – Giggle Beats, United Kingdom 

“Carries the comedy off with a natural flair, in a manner so effortless one might think it was ingrained in his DNA”- The Hindu, India 

“Dry, dark but with an irrepressible youthful charm.” – The Toronto Star 

“Hilarious Enough to Stand Alone.” – The Seattle Stranger 

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