Although he's now a household comedy name, PAUL EGO actually started his performing life as a singer in a band. He was 18 and they were called 'The Yes Men'. Playing pub and surf club gigs around Auckland in the mid 1980s, Paul was living the dream. Then, he met another dream – her name was Janine, and the night he saw her from the stage was the start of their 30 plus years together. They are together to this day and have two awesome sons. Whilst in London for the traditional Kiwi OE, Paul tried standup comedy for the first time. It was not terrible and he was hooked. Upon returning home to NZ in 1995, PAUL EGO soon became a regular name on the NZ comedy scene, his quick wit making him a popular MC and improviser.Paul's radio career began when fellow comedian Jeremy Corbett and his on-air partner Kim Adamson asked Paul to come up with some comedy ideas & characters for their ‘Kim & Corbett Breakfast Show’ on MoreFM. Paul was part of the KaC team for 6 years, during which time the show became the benchmark in entertaining morning radio.In 2006 Paul left MoreFM to join ‘The Morning Rumble’ on The Rock. Success followed Paul here also, with the show winning ‘Best Breakfast Show’ at the NZ Radio Awards four years running.In 2011 ‘7DAYS’ gave Paul the chance to take a leap of faith from radio to TV. Now, over 300 episodes deep and with the show in its 12th year it seems it was a leap well made. The show also hits the road at the end of each year with the ‘7DAYS LIVE TOUR'From singing up-front with his band as a teenager, to now being one of the most in-demand comedy stars in the country, PAUL EGO has always loved performing and has still got plenty of gas in the tank.