He pits his knowledge and wits against contestants on the show, presented by Bradley Walsh, in a bid to hamper their efforts to win thousands in prize money.What many game show fans don't realise is that Paul is an established stand-up comedian.And even fewer will be aware that he is a qualified GP, having practiced medicine for more than seven years before deciding to focus on comedy.
After the first film grossed $153 million worldwide, diamond duo Hart and Cube - who play a pair of police officers on the hunt for bad guys - were brought back on board to fight more crime in the second film.
Ken Jeong, who played comical criminal mastermind Mr Chow in hit trilogy The Hangover, was pictured fooling around with a fellow actor and throwing a lasso dance move in a laidback jeans and trainers in-between filming on the Florida set.
To match the bright beachgoers who had a front row seat of the action, Kevin Hart - who returns to play security guard Ben in Ride Along 2 - was dressed down off-set, in head-to-toe green matching a low V-neck Tee with a pair of shorts.
COMEDIAN Paul Sinha is broadcast into the homes of thousands as a Chaser on tea-time ITV quiz The Chase.
He studied medicine in London before becoming a GP, but said his first love has always been comedy.
By the time he left medicine, he had already had successful runs at the Edinburgh Festival, includ-ing award nominations.He said: "The decision to jump from being a GP to focusing on comedy was a risk but it was a calculated one."I was doing stand up at nights and working as a GP during the day. I would go from the excitement of entertaining 300 or 400 fans to the sometimes mundane routine of being a GP." The nature of Paul's stand up is "exaggerated real life" but he admits that he limits the jokes about his doctor days."There is some material but nothing too specific about patients," he said. "Also, there was always the risk that they would end up sounding like 'doctor, doctor' jokes." Paul's next jump, into quiz shows, came after an experience on a University Challenge spin off.He said: "Instead of universities we were put into teams based on our professions, so my team were all comedians."We got battered but I was struck by how condescending the other contestants were towards us.