Paul is multi-talented actor and artist.

He has enjoyed a wide variety of acting roles, from Classic Drama to

Improvised Comedy in local theatre.

He has also featured in TV commercials

on ITV and Sky Sports,

and as a background actor in feature Films.

Paul has also received acting coaching from Jacquie Crago, formerly of the

Royal Shakespeare Company and

the National Theatre in London.

In TV and Film, Paul recently had

the lead role in two Television commercials

for 'Screwfix'. Playing a football manager in commercials that were aired during

England World Cup matches

and EFL football matches.

He has enjoyed background roles in the

BBC production of "Howard’s End" (BBC1 2017), plus the films "Happy New Year Colin Burstead" (BBC2 2018) and "The King", a Brad Pitt production for Netflix (2019).

In theatre, Paul received great critical

acclaim for his recent lead role as

Elyot Chase in Noel Coward's "Private Lives".

He also received much praise for

his lead role as Sydney Carton in

Charles Dickens' "A Tale Of Two Cities"

at The Regent Theatre, Christchurch, 2016.

Also receiving praise for his portrayal of

Joseph of Arimathea in the

critically acclaimed "Passion Play"

at St Peter’s Church, in Poole, 2018

He also received critical acclaim for

his role as William Shakespeare in

"Comedy Cocktail"

Plus various Comedy Sketch Shows with

The Polly Morris Band at The Shelley Theatre.

He has also studied comedy improvisation for

six years and appeared in a variety

comedy improvisation shows in the style of

"Whose Line Is It Anyway".

Paul regularly helps film students at Bournemouth University, by

acting for free in their graduate course

film productions.

Prior to acting, Paul was an accomplished portrait artist, painting portraits of celebrities from photographs, then meeting them to acquire their signature on the portrait. His artwork has been featured in national magazines and

on TV across Europe.

He has been fortunate to paint and meet

His Holiness The Dalai Lama of Tibet,

Opera legend Placido Domingo,

as well as great actors such as Al Pacino,

Robert De Niro, Julia Roberts, Johnny Depp

and many others.

His art and his encounters with the celebrities can be seen on his Art website


In his spare time Paul enjoys playing the Aboriginal instrument the Didgeridoo.
He was recently highly honoured to be asked to play the Didgeridoo on an album by his favourite guitarist, and former Genesis lead guitarist, Steve Hackett, on the album "At The Edge of the Light"
Click here for the Steve Hackett Official website

Paul explains:

"An earlier career as a portrait artist gave me the passion to become an actor ......how? ..... well, I painted portraits of famous actors then endeavoured to meet them to gain their autograph on the painting.

Having met some of the greatest and most famous actors of all time... Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Ian McKellen, Johnny Depp, Julia Roberts, Angelina Jolie...

to name drop just a few...

I was intrigued by how natural and 'down to Earth' they were in real life, which, to me, amplifies the incredible skill they have to take on such authentic alternate persona

in their acting roles.

So, I studied their films, their scenes, to understand what they were doing that made them stand out from the rest, what made their characters so real.

I joined an acting improvisation group,

which gave me an opportunity to explore many different characters and train my mind to think fast and creatively, learning from others and sharing ideas and passion for my new 'art' form.

I have also had experience as a background actor in major feature films. Working in film studios and on location, which was exhilarating and inspirational to say the least. I enjoyed every moment of being on the film set and it gave me a hunger for more. Plus a wonderful education for me as I was able to watch some very talented famous actors rehearse and perform up close.

I was given my stage debut in a fabulous production of the Charles Dickens classic

"A Tale of Two Cities" by Regent Rep Dramatic group at the Regent Theatre in Christchurch, in which I had the honour of playing the lead role of Sydney Carton. As a huge fan of Charle's Dickens, this was a role I shall always treasure.

More recently I was thrilled to explore the characters and genius writing of Noel Coward when I was awarded the lead role of Elyot Chase in "Private Lives" by Scaramouche Theatre Company.

A role for which I received great critical acclaim.

Having a very positive and spiritual outlook on life, I think all things happen for a reason and everything is a stepping stone to something better.

I believe we are given dreams for a reason, and whether they manifest or not depends on how much we really believe and feel it.....SO...

watch ths space!"