Ainsley Harriott – Cooking up Comedy

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Award-Winning Chef and TV personality Ainsley Harriott joins The Humourology Podcast to chop it up with his childhood chum, Paul Boross. The pair pal around about school, their career in comedy, Ainsley’s status as an A-lister, and the power of a punchline to please people.

Award-Winning celebrity chef and TV personality Ainsley Harriott joins Paul Boross for a conversation about cooking up comedy, Calypso Twins and connections. Ainsley discusses the importance of listening and feeling the energy of a room to connect with others across cultures.

Ainsley and Paul recollect on a childhood full of comedy and the importance of making their classmates laugh. In a community full of different cultures, a quality chuckle is all it takes to connect.

“If you have that ability to kind of mix with people and make people at ease, then I think it’s one of the absolute keys to life”

Ainsley shares how his ability to make people feel at ease has brought him success throughout his career. Whether being a global chef or playing one on tv, Ainsley knows that a smile can transcend language and cook up a connection between cultures.

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