Stand up:
PK was the host of Asian Nights at The World Famous Laugh Factory in Hollywood for three years.

He has performed stand up comedy in over 30 universities across the United States. His passion is laughing really loud with friends and making good memories. Some of his comedic inspirations: Brian Regan, Conan O' Brien, Eddie Murphy, Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Tony Rock, Cedric The Entertainer, George Lopez, Jo Koy, Dane Cook, Bobby Lee, Russell Peters, Ellen Degeneres, Margaret Cho, Daniel Tosh, Jim Gaffigan, & countless others,

He also hosted a weekly show on AM Radio with a low budget and less than 10 confirmed listeners, was a first round winner on the rapidly cancelled, Ed McMahon's ‘Next Big Star.'

Showing Up
He was the Grand Prize Winner of the 2007 Uncle Clyde's Comedy Cup at The Pasadena Icehouse sponsored by H2F Productions, which featured 360 comedians and he took first place.

Growing up
PK stands for Paul Kim and Preacher's Kid. (Preacher's Kids = Problem Kids) He was born and raised in the rough streets of south central Burbank, California. Burbank is Johnny Carson's hood, his earliest inspiration in comedy.

Following up
He is the founder and Exec. Director of an annual Asian talent show called Kollaboration, which now in its eighth year, draws over 7,000 people in LA, Chicago, NY, Toronto, Atlanta, and Washington DC. His website:

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