Paul has been has enjoyed a wide variety
of acting roles, from Classic Drama to
Improvised Comedy in local theatre.
Plus Television commercials on ITV and Sky Sports,
and featuring in local short film productions.
Paul has received acting coaching from Jacquie Crago,
(from the Royal Shakespeare Company
and the National Theatre in London) and he has
also studied the Meisner technique of method acting.
On Television and Film, Paul had the lead role in
two Television commercials for 'Screwfix',
playing a football manager in commercials that were
aired on ITV and Sky Sports
during England World Cup matches
and EFL football matches in 2018.
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 much praise and critical
acclaim for his recent lead role as
Elyot Chase in our Scaramouche production of
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.
Paul will be taking the lead role of
Jesus in "The Poole Passion Play: Footsteps"
performing in April 2022, in Poole, Dorset
He also received critical acclaim for his role
as William Shakespeare in "Comedy Cocktail" with the P&P Players.
Plus various Comedy Sketch Shows with
The Polly Morris Band at The Shelley Theatre in Bournemouth.
He has also studied comedy improvisation and
appeared in a variety of comedy improvisation shows
in the style of the TV show "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 a portrait artist,
painting portraits of celebrities from photographs,
then meeting them to acquire their signature on the portrait.
His art and his encounters with the celebrities
can be seen on the Artist section of his website:
To see more of Paul's acting on stage and
please go to his 0fficial website:
With former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett (centre)
and keyboard band member Roger King....and a Didgeridoo!