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- Parade talks to Paul Scheer about working with his comedy buddies
- Paul Scheer sells family comedy to ABC
- Paul Scheer releases comic "Aliens Vs. Parker"
- Paul Scheer & June Diane Raphael featured in LA Weekly
- "Burning Love" season 2 trailer released
- "Ass Backwards" and "Hell Baby" to premiere at Sundance 2013
- "How Did This Get Made?" podcast wins LA Weekly web award
- Rob Huebel, Riki Lindhome, Paul Scheer cast in horror comedy "Hell Baby"
- Grantland study: 9 of 14 "hardest-working contemporary comedy icons" are UCBTLA performers
- Paul Scheer, Rob Huebel to co-host Critics' Choice Movie Awards
- Paul Scheer comedy "NTSF:SD:SUV::" renewed for second season
- Paul Scheer interview with Death and Taxes
- Paul Scheer to present at Creative Arts Emmys
- LA Weekly names UCBTLA performers among Top 10 Comedy Podcasts
- new trailer for Adult Swim comedy NTSF:SD:SUV:: starring Paul Scheer
- first look at "NTSF:SD:SUV::" with Paul Scheer, Brandon Johnson & June Raphael
- LA Weekly reviews The Realest Real Housewives
- Paul Scheer interview with The AV Club
- Adult Swim picks up crime drama parody starring, written & produced by Paul Scheer
- Rob Huebel & Paul Scheer featured in LA Weekly
- UCBTLA performers on USA Today: Pop Candy\'s 100 People of 2009 List
- Nick Kroll & Paul Scheer star in "The League" rated A- by Entertainment Weekly
- FX picks up series starring Nick Kroll & Paul Scheer
- Comedy Death-Ray comic book update
- Comedy Death-Ray: the comic book
- Huebel, Riggle, Sanz, Scheer to entertain troops in Persian Gulf
- congratulations UCBT performers named Variety's 10 Comics to Watch
Paul Christian Scheer currently stars on the FX series The League and in the Adult Swim comedy-action-parody series "NTSF:SD:SUV::", which he created and directs. His most recent films include Clear History, Hell Baby, Ass Backwards, and Hell & Back. His web series for JASH called The Arscheerio Paul Show recreates classic moments from the Arsenio Hall Show with celebrity guests and you can hear him bi-monthly on his comedy podcast "How Did This Get Made?" where he dissects bad movies alongside Jason Mantzoukas and June Diane Raphael.
Previously he co-created and starred in the cult MTV sketch series Human Giant alongside Rob Huebel and Aziz Ansari.
Scheer has made appearances on comedy programs such as Modern Family, Burning Love, 30 Rock, Best Week Ever, Childrens Hospital, Funny or Die Presents, Parks and Recreation, Happy Endings, Party Down, Bob's Burgers, and Yo Gabba Gabba. Scheer has been in the films Rapture-Palooza, Piranha 3D, Bride Wars, School for Scoundrels, and Year One.