Paul is a diverse person. He is half Irish, half Croatian, born in Sydney, Australia and trained in London, England. He has played everything from an English Sergeant in the Second World War, a Morrocan Prince to a young Nazi SS officer.
It all started when he was at a short film festival. One of the guest judges caused the audience to erupt, and it was at that moment he realised that actors have the power to affect people. Paul wanted to see if he could do it too.
He graduated from the Giles Foreman Centre for Acting (GFCA) in 2014. Among the many teachers who influenced Paul's artistic viewpoint was the renowned Christopher Fettes (one of the original founders of the Drama Centre) with whom he studied for 3 years. Christopher has had a significant impact on a number of actors including Anthony Hopkins, Tom Hardy, and Michael Fassbender. He is a living example of what it means to be passionate and devoted to acting and the art of transformation, even at the age of 80.
Paul's professional theatre debut came in Summer 2014 when he toured A Midsummer Night's Dream to Dubrovnik, Croatia, for Honey-Tongued Theatre Productions (an English Theatre company) in association with the National Theatre of Croatia. He has also worked professionally in TV, Commercials and Voice Over.
Paul has a continuing interest in developing acting that that has a deep intimacy, power, and truth. Acting that affects and changes the audience on a spiritual level.