Paul Boocock

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Paul Boocock (born August 18, 1964) is an actor[1] and writer[2] based in New York City. His third solo comedy/performance piece, Boocock's House of Baseball, was nominated for two 2006 New York Innovative Theatre Awards - including best performer in a solo show.

Boocock is in the critically acclaimed avant-garde theatre company Elevator Repair Service. He may be best known for his work in PREMIUM BOB; the comedy duo which had downtown/cult success in the late 90's - culminating in a TV pilot deal with ABC and an off-Broadway run at The Kaufman Theatre. Boocock appeared both on Law & Order: Criminal Intent and in Hal Hartley's film Henry Fool (1997) as different characters named Steve. He later appeared in Hartley's Ned Rifle (2014), the conclusion of a trilogy that began with "Fool" (though his "Rifle" character was named Wilson). Boocock is also the voice of Dr. Jonas Venture and other characters in the Cartoon Network Adult Swim series The Venture Bros.

Boocock went to Williams College and collaborates on performance projects with students at the Williams Summer Theatre Lab.

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  1. ^ "Writers reveal their 'bad habits' at Frank's Lounge". The Brooklyn Paper. Retrieved 26 April 2017. 
  2. ^ "Mile Square Theatre Presents "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown"". New Jersey Stage. Retrieved 26 April 2017. 

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