PAUL ALDRICH is a fun-fundraising comedian, the founder of LaughForLife.us, and a board member of Pregnancy Centers of Middle Tennessee. He has found how to combine his love of making people laugh, with his passion for the pro-life movement.
Paul’s “funny music” and hilarious stand-up comedy have been featured at thousands of events around the world and can be heard daily on Laugh USA Radio. As a recording artist, Paul has 13 projects to his credit, including his award-winning CD MOCK ‘n’ ROLL.
“When it comes to fundraising, I use the ‘cheerful giving’ approach. No emotional manipulation. No guilt-driven appeals. I simply try to make each event the most fun night out folks will enjoy all year. As we celebrate life together - giving just naturally flows."
Paul was born in Fresno California, then lived in L.A. for several years before moving to Tennessee with his author/speaker wife, Kim. In addition to his life on the road, he hosts the Cuss Free Comedy show at Zanies in Nashville, enjoys being a part of the TN songwriting scene, and loves being on the prayer team at his church.
Whether he is encouraging donors at a fundraiser, entertaining at a corporate convention, or ministering at a church, he designs unforgettable experiences that will leave his audiences laughing, thinking, and inspired to live life to the fullest.
"Paul was an absolute delight. His humor and excellence made our fundraiser a tremendous success. We highly recommend Paul Aldrich."
“Paul did an amazing job; beyond our expectations. We couldn’t have been happier! Thank you!”
“Paul was absolutely terrific. He is so talented and a joy to be around. He was great with our audience, very funny and is so gifted musically. Our guests really enjoyed him.”
"Just thought you would like to know that we raised more money than ever before at our Gala two weeks ago! Paul Aldrich was awesome- we highly recommend him!"
"Paul was very well received. So many people said, "He was really funny!" I cannot say enough good about Paul's flexibility with our communication and with the event. I even had people ask if we could bring him back again!"