Paul Snodgrass

He performed at the Edinburgh Festival in 2006, the largest arts festival in the world. He is the founding member of the Cape Comedy Collective and of Comedy All Stars in Cape Town, was the resident host and comic at the Comedy Warehouse in Greenpoint till its closure, and is a regular performer on the King Size Comedy Show and the Heavyweight Comedy Jam.

Paul has performed and hosted festivals around the country such as the Vodacom Funny Festival, The Old Mutual Festival, the Ha Ha Festival, the Up 'N Under Festival, the Greenspicer Varsity Tour and the Play 'N Ice Festival.

Paul has MC'ed or performed at almost every major rock fest in SA bringing on bands from all over the world. He has become first choice for a number of SA bands when it comes to MC work.

Paul has worked conferences and MC'd for the likes of Nedbank, ABSA, Vodacom, Old Mutual, Sony, Woolworths and Pick n Pay.

Paul was a reporter and a producer for e-TV sports news for 5 years, and was the sidekick on e-TV's "That Sport Show" for 3 years. He wrote and conceptualised the hit reality show "Way of the Warrior" on Action Channel for MNET, which was nominated for a SAFTA. He has also written comedy articles for SL, Cosmo, People Magazine and Readers Digest

Paul is also part of Heart FM's afternoon drive show, which is the highest rated afternoon radio show in the Cape Town region. Known as Snoddie on the show, he's the resident sport anchor and side-kick to host Diggy Bongz.



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