Laugh it Up Clownstuff Presents:
Paula "Stickers" Biggio

Specializing in:

  • FUN!
Paula "Stickers" Biggio

P.O. Box 1023

Park Ridge, Illinois 60068


Fax 847-384-1822


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Past Appearances Include:

  • Fox Television
  • McDonald's
  • AT&T Bell Labs
  • Marshall Field's
  • Parkway Bank
  • Brookfield Zoo
  • J.D. Searle
  • Nutrasweet
  • Dominick's Food Stores
  • Coca-Cola
  • Oliver's
  • Illinois Bell
  • Ameritech
  • G.T.E.
  • Easter Egg Roll-Whitehouse-Washington D.C.
  • World Expo 2005 Aichi, Japan

Performance Training:

Clowning: University of Wisconsin; Celebration Barn Theatre
Movement Theatre International Festival 1991
International Clown Theatre Congress 1991
Actors Theatre of Louisville-Classics in Context 1990
Commedia Dell Arte

Acting/Improvisational: Second City, Players Workshop of Second City
The Training Center for the Professional Actor and the TV Actors Studio
Education: Rosary College - Bachelor of Arts

Teaching Credits:

Instructor at University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse Clown Camp 1988-2005
World's Largest Clown Training Program
World Clown Camp Aichi, Japan
Teaches the art of clowning at Chicago City Colleges
and at local recreation centers.

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