Paul Zuckerman studied improvisation with Del Close and Jo Forsberg at The Second City in Chicago, and was an original cast member of Chicago City Limits. He helped bring the show to New York City, where he directed and performed with the company for over 10 years, and continues to direct and produce CCL comedy revues. Other directing credits include Comedy Et Al, television's first interactive comedy series, the Off-Broadway comedy Rosa Krantz and Gilda Stern Aren't Dead, and numerous shows for major corporations. He was anchorman for Chicago City Limits’ TV series Reel News on the USA Network, appeared in the film Lovesick, TV's Cagney & Lacey, PBS's Reading Rainbow, Tales of the Unexpected and The Today Show. Paul also conducts idea generation sessions and focus groups for companies. He holds a doctoral degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan. Paul is married to Linda Gelman, with whom he co-produced Zara, Philip and Eli.