One of the first guests on ComCom about 8 years ago, Paul Sinha has had a rollercoaster of a life in the interim. From fringe comedian to celebrity quizzer as The Sinnerman on The Chase (ITV), to a memorable appearance on Taskmaster (Dave) which came just as he was diagnosing himself with Parkinson's disease, we catch up on how his comedy has metamorphosed from political agitation to personal storytelling. We cover how the mainstream-ification of his audiences changed his comedy; how he lost a friend to Covid-19 but managed to survive a devastating dose himself; what expectations he has of his life from now on; and why he's a better comedian now than he's ever been...
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Published: 18th September 2020. Length: 84 minutes.
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