Paul Sharratt entered show business at the ripe of age of 16 and has been a part of the international scene ever since.
By the age of 21 Paul had toured 32 countries and returned to Britain to play the country's number one variety circuit “The Moss Empire Theatres” in their Diamond Jubilee Show starring Liberace and Adam Faith.
In 1959 Paul traveled from London to Sydney, Australia to star in the “Crazy Gang Show” and in 1962 made his first appearance in the United States of America as the host of "Pardon My French" at the famed Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas.
Paul's British Music Hall Show " Music Hall Follies" based on Australia's tourist Mecca, The Gold Coast opened in 1974. Paul appeared at more than 5200
performances and the show became Australia's longest running live show.
Paul's television career has spanned more than 47 years making his first TV appearance on the BBC series “Its Magic” in 1957 and still, in 2004 making international TV appearances.
He has brought laughter to millions with his many Award winning shows.
Browse these pages and see his great love of the British Music Hall and his commitment to an ongoing high standard of television production.
His dedication to the community has been recognized at all levels and at the young age of 71 he remains, Paul Sharratt- Entertainer, Producer, Executive, Comedian, and Entrepeneur.