Paul Briganti is a comedy television, film, and commercial director in Los Angeles.
Some heavily curated facts about Paul:
Paul has directed and produced several comedy TV pilots: Adam Ruins Everything (TruTV), Imaginary Friend (NBC), Pick Me Up (MTV), and Middle Of The Night Show (MTV). He's directed episodes of those shows, as well as an episode for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW).
Currently he directs filmed pieces for Saturday Night Live.
His award winning short films have premiered at many festivals, including South By Southwest, Clermont-Ferrand in France, LA Comedy Fest, and Palm Springs Shortfest.
Paul was a staff director at CollegeHumor for a few years. Many of his videos were viewed millions of times. Adjusted for inflation, that's like a billion views today.
His debut feature film, "Village People", shot last March in Nicaragua and will be released next year.
He has also made films for Comedy Central, The Late Late Show With James Corden, Funny Or Die, The Onion, and more.
Paul played Ryan in the movie "Obvious Child", and was in a few comedy groups, including UCB's Onassis and Bleak! Comedy.
He is represented by UTA and Mosaic.