"Both Audiences Loved Paul"
"Ever notice no matter what time we get up in the Winter, both neighbours on either side of you have already shovelled their sidewalks. If you want to build onto your house, don't higher a surveyor, wait for it to snow! Your neighbours will find your property line!"
No matter where your function is, I'd love to bring my stand up to you! I've performed from the North Pole to Montreal London England to Vancouver Island to Goose Bay Labrador. Once, I was performing in a small town in Saskatchewan, the mayor went up to introduce me and told the dirtiest joke I've ever heard. As I walked past the Mayor he stopped me and said "Keep it clean Son. Keep it clean."
Once, i was walking on stage and the CEO who hired me said he had an important announcement to make. He digs into his pocket looks at a drivers licence and says. "We found a wallet. Who the hell is Paul Sveen?"
Paul Sveen began as the Drummer for Stompin' Tom Connors parlaying it into a Comedy career, touring nationally, headlining every major comedy club in Canada also performing at The Edmonton, Winnipeg, Halifax, Montreal and Saint John's Comedy Festivals. Paul has appeared on CTV's Comedy Now, CBC's Madly off in All Directions, XM Radio, as well as TSN's Off The Record. Paul has appeared with such artists as: The Tragically Hip, Andre Philippe Gagnon, Chris Botti, Engelbert Humperdinck, Eric Burdon and recently performed a national "C-130 Herc" tour with Sass Jordan performing for our troops. Paul's stand up is based on family dysfunction, relationships and the insecurities and battles we all face, revealing the truth that our normal is normal.
Paul’s brand of corporate clean comedy reaches to the heart of every audience, once Paul shares an hour with your club, company, fundraiser, and tournament. Paul also teaches Stand Up Comedy and shares humour works shops for companies and groups. As well, Paul Key Notes on "The Power of Humour” Paul is a published playwright: Tunnel Vision, Stop Me When I'm Lying and author of the novel "The Angel's Claw.”
Joke Of The Weak
I grew up on the Northside. Where you had three things in your lunch for school, a sandwich, an apple and your dental records. When someone said they were afraid of heights, we just assumed they were talking about Steele Heights.