POSTPONED Conrad Comedy Presents Paul Ollinger

Saturday, April 25, 2020 — 7:00 pm

POSTPONED Conrad Comedy Presents Paul Ollinger
Canongate 1 Club House
924 Shaw Rd Sharpsburg, GA 30277

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Conrad Comedy Presents Paul Ollinger is a Stand-up Comedy Show on April 25th in Newnan, Georgia. It is located at Canongate One Golf Club. Only the best local and touring comedians will be a part of this show for only $10. 

April 25th Comedians



Andy was born and raised in Fayetteville, GA. His love for comedy was apart of his life from early on. He has been an entrepreneur throughout his sales career. In 2018 he decided it was time to follow his standup dream, and  take the stage.. His first performance was at the Punchline in Atlanta, GA and hasn't looked back. He currently hosts a comedy show in Columbus, GA and performs weekly all over. Follow Andy's journey and share.


Most recently seen leaving volunteer work early, Nick Murphy is firm believer that a crate full of puppies practically sells itself. He lives a life filled with compassion, joy, and happiness all while having never smiled for a photograph in his entire life. Ever. Beneath his ostensibly rough, hardened exterior there lies a charming, caring gentleman, though Murphy likes to inform audiences they’ll be dealing mostly with the former. After graduating college, he chose to pursue comedy over his mother’s dream of him attending law school and has spent the last year and a half convincing her that she’s still proud of him.


Paul Ollinger is a nationally-touring stand-up comedian, Ivy League MBA and former Facebook sales leader. He performs at comedy clubs and corporate events all over North America. He is also the author of You Should Totally Get an MBA: A Comedian’s Guide to Top U.S. Business Schools.

Paul was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He attended Rhodes College and borrowed $100k to get an MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School. However, he got more out of his experience than just a degree. During a business school talent show he performed stand-up for the first time and got bit (hard) by the comedy bug.

Even though comedy was his true passion, he took the safer path, and found a steady job to help pay back his loans. Over the next 15 years, he worked in digital media for companies like, Yahoo! and Facebook where he was VP of West Coast Sales and one of the first 250 employees.

But after four years in his Facebook office, staring at a poster that asked, “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?,” Paul finally came up with an answer—"Comedy!” Paul realized he was never going to be truly fulfilled doing anything other than giving stand-up his full attention.

“There is no feeling in the world like offering your point of view to a crowd of strangers and hearing their laughter,” shares Paul, “Connecting with an audience lets me know I made them feel understood and appreciated.”

Today, Paul focuses on his comedy career, which has taken him all over North America, sharing the stage with top comics like Dave Attell, Norm Macdonald, Bill Burr, Marc Maron and many more. Paul has also been an official selection of the Laughing Skull, Asheville, Cleveland, Orange County, DC, and North Carolina Comedy Festivals.

When he isn’t touring comedy clubs, he is the host of his recently launched podcast, Crazy Money, in which he interviews entrepreneurs, celebrities, authors, and artists with a humorous perspective on money, wealth and careers. The show focuses on how we think about and live with money, as a society and as individuals.

In his free time, Paul can be found playing golf, binge watching Netflix or checking the “Who’s Viewed Your Profile” page on LinkedIn. He lives in Atlanta with his beautiful wife, two wonderful children and French bulldog, Colonel Tom Parker.