A gifted communications specialist, Paul Montague is a qualified educator with decades of experience in group facilitation.
A veteran performer and multi-award winning professional comedian and actor, Paul has over 25 years’ experience in performance, with credits in film, television, theatre and too many TV commercials.
Paul holds a degree with a double major in Drama and Education and is currently completing his Master of Theology. He has served on the national nomination panel for the Helpmann Awards (Comedy) and the WA Workshop Co-ordinator of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s ‘Deadly Funny’ Indigenous Comedy Program.
Paul also has extensive experience in writing and directing, mentorship, chaplaincy and youth work. He has worked extensively with corporate, government and community sector clients.
Paul’s current projects include Pirate Church, Holy Heretics, Tuesdays on ABC Radio 720 and keynote speaking for a range of organisations and events. He gives a mean sermon on a Sunday morning … but promises not to preach to you during your training program … unless you ask nicely!