Los Angeles, California, US
A member of the Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG) and American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (AFTRA), Paul is very active on stage, radio, television and film. A versatile actor, Paul has performed in a wide range of roles. He has been a supporting lead in the hit movie God's Not Dead, and appeared on primetime TV such as NBC’s Scrubs and Knight Rider along with other cable and national & regional commercial appearances (IBM, Marshalls, Verizon, Hyundai & others). He has had the opportunity to work with directors such as Joe Pytka, Zack Braff, Bryan Spicer, James Robinson, Kelly Ward, Cheung Ching and Steve Burrows.
Paul has also worked as a voice artist on movies and commercials such as 2012, Funny People, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and many commercials (Wal-Mart, Honda, PG&E, MacDonald's & others).
In 2005, he acted in the premiere of William Whitehurst's and Robert Gross' 'American Dreams: An In-Yer-Face-Musical' at the Eclectic Theatre in North Hollywood. He has worked extensively on stage, TV, film and even radio as an actor. From 2003 to 2007, he was a guest radio movie critic on AM 1430 in Los Angeles.
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Multiple radio spots with major US companies.
Looping work in major blockbuster films:
Mummy 3, The Marine 2, 2012, Funny People, Red Dawn.
Voice work on various documentaries, interactive projects, independent films and industrials.
Voicetrax West Commercial Voice Over
Kalmensons & Kalmensons Voice Over For Actors
BM at USC in Piano Performance
Minors in Theatre and Musical Theatre
MM at USC in Music Composition
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