Paul Hungerford was born in Bridgeport, CT. But (don’t worry) eventually he moved out to Los Angeles after graduating from Emerson college. For over 25 years, Paul has been performing in stage, film and television productions, working with The Groundlings, Acme Comedy Theater, Impro Theater, and Comedy Sportz. He has been seen on your tv set in over 40 commercials, and in between, on series such as “Dirty, Sexy, Money,” and “My Wife and Kids,” and a recurring role on Bravo’s “Significant Others.” Paul’s film credits include “Stark Raving Mad,” “Happy Holidays,” and “Hate: A Comedy,” which was a winner at the Aspen Comedy Festival. Additionally, his Voice Over work was a part of “Nougat,” an animated short film that won the late night at the SXSW Film Festival. Paul is a founding member of the film troupe Fewdio, and has been directing short films with them for the past five years. Most recently, he directed the half hour sketch comedy pilot “Lipstick Jones: Half Hour Power Hour!” If you’re looking for him, you can usually find Paul on one of the various states in Los Angeles performing live comedy in front of a drunk, yet grateful studio audience.