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Paul joined B-103 in October 2012 as a weekend / fill-in DJ.
For 9 seasons Paul was the quirky On-Field Promotions Host for the Long Island Ducks Baseball Club where he lived out his game show host fantasy. In 2007, while acting in numerous regional theaters, Paul was voted Long Island's "official greeter" by Newsday readers for his work with the Ducks. It was during this time that Paul left his full-time responsibilities in baseball to pursue a career in theater marketing at the new John W. Engeman Theater in Northport, Long Island's only year-round professional theater company. Paul left the theater in 2009 when he made his Off-Broadway debut in the Improv Musical Comedy LMAO-Off BROADWAY, all the while working for numerous Long Island Radio stations before finding his home at B-103.
Paul's career has stretched over many different genres of performance from Theater to radio and even television.
Today Paul continues to appear regularly as a stand up comedian and improv performer in NYC with EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH IMPROV, IMPROV 4 KIDS, FACE OFF UNLIMITED, and the Japanese Game Show BATSU! He is also the Marketing Director at Slightly Mad, a very different kind of marketing partner.
Paul was named Hofstra University's Alumnus of the Month in May of 2010. More at www.PaulDeGrocco.com .
Birthday: May 26
Favorite TV shows: Impractical Jokers; Curb Your Enthusiasm; The Sopranos
Favorite movie: The Godfather
Favorite book: Truth in Comedy
Favorite restaurants: The Lindenhurst Diner, The Oconee Diner, Aji 53 in Bay Shore
Best Thing About Long Island: I can spend the day on the beach and then perform in Times Square by night!
If I didn't work in radio, I'd be: Washing Windshields on the street while singing show tunes.
Hobbies: Karaoke, Netflix, and finding great wine!
The team I root for the most: The Long Island Ducks
Secret talent: I’m an open book, I have no secrets!
A talent I would most like to have: To see the future.