Comedian Dave Johns – Acting Silly & talking Funny and Films

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Award Winning comic, actor and writer Dave Johns joins Paul Boross to discuss a life of making people laugh on stage and on film. How can laughing at yourself bring laughter to others? Find out this week on the Humourology Podcast.

 

In this week’s episode of the Humourology Podcast, award-winning stand-up comic, actor, and writer Dave Johns shares his stories from a sparkling career on the stage and screen. Through his roles in I, Daniel Blake, Walk like a Panther, 23 Walks, and Fisherman’s Friends Johns has developed a career that puts comedy on center stage. As a life-long lover of laughter, Johns knows that humour can lift you up when you’re feeling low.

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