“Gail is a pro. She knows the business so she can match the right comedian with the right client. I can always be comfortable knowing every gig will go smoothly. An absolute pleasure to work with.”
—– Dan St. Paul
After a seven-year stint of headlining S.F. clubs in the comedy duo Murphy-St. Paul, Dan launched out on his own with a solo act that was to land him in the finals of the nation’s toughest comedy competition, The San Francisco International Stand-Up Comedy Competition.
The reviews were astounding. Soon after, Dan moved to Los Angeles and appeared on several episodes of “An Evening at the Improv”, VH-1, MTV, and “Comic Strip Live”. Since then, he has opened for such superstars as Jerry Seinfeld, Natalie Cole, Smokey Robinson, and Vince Gill. And in a testament to the classiness of his act, Dan opened for the San Francisco Symphony (“Aren’t these guys great? I knew them back when they were just a garage band.”)
He appeared in the movie “Flubber” with Robin Williams, and signed a recording deal with MCA records. His “First Baseball Game” is the most requested comedy piece on the nationally syndicated “Bob and Tom Show”. He also is the star of his own one-man play, “Outer Mission, Middle Class.”
Armed with a Bachelors Degree in Italian from UC Berkeley, a teaching credential from San Francisco State, and a Masters Degree in special education, the majority of Dan’s material comes from being a suburban husband and father and dealing with the frustrations of everyday life.
Corporate clients include Hewlett Packard, National Semiconductor, IBM, Intel, Nations Bank, Philips Magnavox, Chevron, Blue Cross, and many, many more. He customizes material for each client and event.
Dan lives in Foster City, CA with his wife Cara and his son Roy.