Film school drop-out Paul Briganti is widely known for his work in TV, film, and commercial work, where he blends grounded comedic performances from top level talent with unforgettably stylized visual comedy. His work has garnered tens of millions of views on YouTube alone.

Hailing from the one non-rich town in Connecticut, Paul grew up making movies with his friends. Eventually he worked at CollegeHumor in New York where he quickly became one of their main directors. Facebook indirectly dismantled the internet comedy industry (thanks Zuckerberg), and Paul moved on to directing episodes of Adam Ruins Everything, At Home With Amy Sedaris, and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (thanks Zuckerberg!).

Paul then moved to SNL where he was responsible for a ton of viral shorts including “Totino’s with Kristen Stewart,” “Friendos,” “The Grouch,” and “Three Sad Virgins featuring Taylor Swift”. After his tenure there, Paul left to direct the Judd Apatow-produced feature film “Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain”, starring the titular beloved SNL sketch group for Universal. 

Additionally, Paul has directed hilarious spots for brands such as Pandora,, Citi, Wendy’s, Orbit, and Hanes. His films have played at SXSW, Clermont-Ferrand in France, LA Comedy Fest, and Palm Springs Shortfest, among many others. 

Paul resides in Los Angeles with his wife Kori, their daughter Charley, and dog Franny. Kori is a producer and yes they argue a lot.
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