He also told The Telegraph: ‘The thing that has changed most since the diagnosis, is that I’ve lost my fear. I’ve always been one of those comics who doesn’t say much on panel shows because I’m terrified of saying the wrong thing or offending the wrong person.
‘But now, I’ve lost all that. I’ve got the exaggerated carpe diem that a lot of people get with their diagnosis.’
He’s since updated his Twitter profile to read: ‘My typing has been slowed down by a degenerative disease. If you have a go at typos or punctuation, I’ll count that as a block.’
Mark Labbett, Jenny Ryan, Shaun Wallace, Darragh Ennis and Anne Hegerty all star alongside Paul on The Chase, who is nicknamed The Sinnerman.
Beat The Chasers, a spin-off of the popular The Chase, sees contestants face multiple Chasers at once for a cash prize.
Beat The Chasers returns later this year.
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