Birth Date: September 12, 1963 / Age: 50
Birth Place: Timmins, Ontario, Canada
Biography: Paul Bellini (born September 12, 1963 in Timmins, Ontario) is a Canadian comedy writer and television actor. He is a sometime exhibitionist appearing in small parts on television shows and films. Bellini is well-known figure in the Canadian television comedy industry due to his work on The Kids in the Hall and This Hour Has 22 Minutes. He has worked on several projects with Josh Levy and Paul DeBoy.
If asked in a respectful manner, Mr. Bellini will allow you to touch him the the manner of the famous "Touch Paul Bellini" sketch from The Kids in the Hall.
In 1998, Bellini made an autobiographical documentary, Bellini's Drive, which among other things explained what it is like to be the second-most famous person from Timmins (the first being Shania Twain).
He is currently a columnist for Fab, a gay magazine in Toronto.
His writing credits include
The Kids in the Hall, writer for four seasons; also featured on several episodes (clad in a towel)
Out There in Hollywood on Comedy Central
Writer for This Hour Has 22 Minutes 1994-1997
Buddy Babylon, The Autobiography of Buddy Cole, a 1998 humor novel written with Scott Thompson, ISBN 0-440-50828-2
Locker Room on PrideVision, a gay sketch comedy series: co-producer and writer, and host of the segment Coach's Corner.
Writer for television specials Jest in Time for Halloween and Out There in T.V.
Yvon of the Yukon, 2000, staff writer
Made in Canada, 1998, writer
Do You Like To Watch.Com, writer