Paul Duddridge

Paul Duddridge

Paul Duddridge is a British-born, Hollywood-based writer and director with over thirty years of experience in all aspects of entertainment.

He began his career as a club promoter in the early 90’s London comedy scene.

This start rapidly led him to writing and producing for BBC television.

Moving into representation he discovered and managed the careers of some of the biggest names in UK comedy including Rob Brydon and Michael Mcintyre.

He created. wrote, produced, and directed a number of network shows in the UK predominantly for the talent he represented, working with everyone from Russell Brand to Sir Elton John.  

After coming to Hollywood in 2007 he directed his first US feature Mothers And Daughters starring Susan Sarandon, Sharon Stone, Christina Ricci, Selma Blair, and Mira Sorvino.

He created a unique, long-form talk show for HULU with guests including Simon Cowell, Eli Roth, and Ryan Seacrest.

Paul is the US political correspondent for the British radio station TalkRadioUK and he also hosts the fastest-growing 2020 election candidates podcast in the US – 2020 Election: Meet the candidates, on which he is attempting to interview as many of the 950 candidates running for president as possible.

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