Paul was born on New Year’s Eve many pantomimes ago.
Musical credits include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Annie, City of Angels, Bless the Bride, One Touch of Venus, Little Women, Follies, Cavalcade, My FairLady, The King and I, Nine, Elegies for AngelsPunks and Raging Queens, Baby, Jekyll and Hyde, Love Story, Damn Yankees, Lucky Stiff and The Boy Friend.
He is often mistaken for Sir. Steve Redgrave and Dara O’Briain, and is harassed daily by the Paparazzi thinking he is Kylie Minogue! The resemblance is uncanny!!!
Paul performed in the arena operas Aida and Tosca at Earls Court, Julietta for English National Opera at The London Coliseum, La Boheme at The Royal Albert Hall, The MGM Show at The Palladium and was one of Britain’s premier Dames in The Golden Years of Variety at The Hackney Empire as part of the 2012 Olympic celebrations.
Plays have included Twelfth Night, The Father, A Christmas Carol, Cheeky Chappie, An Inspector Calls, The Mousetrap, Birds of a Feather, Witness for the Prosecution and the epic production of The Wars of The Roses ( three adaptations of Shakespeare’s History Plays, Henry VI, Edward IV and Richard III) directed by the one and only Trevor Nunn.
On Television Paul has appeared in Bergerac, The Bill, Home to Roost, Rag-Dolly Anna,Winning Streak, It’s Now Or Never, a T-Mobile Ident, Suzuki Swift Ident, the Rugby World Cup 15 promo and was featured in a dfs commercial as a Master Frame Builder. Paul can be seen as a prisoner (blink and you’ll miss him) in the Hollywood Blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy.
Paul has produced and directed Little Shop of Horrors, Anything Goes, Bye Bye Birdie, Barnum, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and has directed Oliver, The Wizard of Oz, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Robin Hood and Joseph, A Christmas Carol, The Snow Queen and Alan Ayckbourn’s Drowning On Dry Land.
He is a much sought after Pantomime Dame, Director and Script Writer and used to be young, slim and pretty! Honest!!!