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Danny Wallace – Whip-smart Wisecracking

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Award-Winning writer, comic, presenter, and overall creative Danny Wallace joins The Humourology Podcast to discuss how the creative process craves comedy. Whether writing best-selling books or crafting comedic film, television and radio, Wallace knows a thing or two about being comically creative. Join us as Wallace weaves together a conversation of creativity, comedy, and collaboration.

Paul Boross is joined by writer, producer, presenter and creative extraordinaire Danny Wallace. Wallace has built a career on a quality collection of creative endeavours that captivate crowds and inspire comedy. His book, Yes Man inspired the film of the same name starring Jim Carrey. In addition to his writing credits, Wallace has performed in a variety of roles on the stage, screen, and radio airwaves. No matter what his role is in the creative process, Wallace always places funny at the forefront.

“So much of humour is about surprise, and delight, and taking people down one path, and then revealing that it’s another.”

Join us this week as Danny dishes out side-splitting stories and recalls countless adages of advice from his successful creative career. Come say ‘yes!’ to a creative life filled with funny only on The Humourology Podcast.

 

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