Born and raised in London, Paul trained in a Master's of Classical Acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama and has a deep love for performing on stage, with both contemporary and classical texts. Paul is a highly physical person - his strength and passion passion is physical theatre and dance, ranging from choreographed movement pieces, to freestyle hip hop and break dance. Paul is currently touring with award winning circus cabaret show "Rouge: Circus for GrownUps" performing dance, burlesque, acrobatics and aerial straps, as well as having choreographed and directed parts of the show. Rouge most recently won "Best Circus and Physical Theatre" at the 2020 Adelaide Fringe and has toured globally, including Southbank London (2019) and The Edinburgh Fringe (2019) as well as across Australia. Paul also enjoys writing and directing, working closely with Melbourne based production company "Mad Alice Media". His most recent directing project was short film "That's Batman!" starring Aunty Donna's Mark Bonanno. Paul has trained is stage combat, with weaponry (hand-and-a-half swords, rapier and rapier & dagger) and unarmed with RC Annie in London and most recently with Lydal Grant in Melbourne Paul has performed many times in children's theatre production "Dinosaur Time Machine", an educational and imaginative play show which was awarded Best Children's Show 2016 at the Adelaide Fringe. In September 2015 Paul won a competition through screenwriting company Celtx, and was flown to LA to attend the Writing Expo and pitch his TV series "(Working) Holiday" to industry professionals there Paul has since completed writing and directing "(Working) Holiday" which has aired as a 6-part series on Channel 31 Melbourne & Geelong and Channel 44 Adelaide. Paul also plays the Clarinet and Alto Saxophone, and is a competent singer.