Tim Shaw (comedian)

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Tim Shaw is an American stand up comedian [1] [2] and voice over actor from Orange County, Calif. He won the 2008 Orange County’s Funniest Person Contest [3] [ failed verification ] and was nominated as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 2009 Man of the Year [4] for his charitable work. In addition to these honors, he won 2nd Place in the 2008 Funniest Comic in Los Angeles Contest at the Hollywood Improv and is a finalist in the 2009 Funniest Comic in Los Angeles Contest. [5] He also won 3rd Place in the 2006 Funniest Comic in the San Fernando Valley Contest. He has been featured in the Orange County Register [6] [7] and OC Post newspapers and appeared as a special guest on KOCE’s Real Orange [8] and Inside OC [9] TV shows. Other television and radio appearances include The DAMage Report Radio Show. [10] He regularly features and headlines in clubs and private shows all over Southern California. His latest voice over project is “Voices of a Never Ending Dawn, [11] [ failed verification ], a historical documentary debuting on May 23, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan.

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