In 2014 Paul was awarded the 'Rising Star Award' at the Garden State Film Festival for his various accomplishments as a young artist. As an actor, he's worked on films such as Jim Strouse’s comedy People Places, Things, starring Jemaine Clement, The Skeleton Twins, starring Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig, TV’s God Friended Me, Blue Bloods, Limitless, and most recently, The Garden Left Behind, starring Ed Asner and Michael Madsen.


Paul was the lead producer on the acclaimed docu-drama Madonna and the Breakfast Club which was sold to Hulu. As a director and producer Paul’s film, Aeris, went on to win Best Narrative Short at the 2018 Garden State Film Festival, the 2018 Canada International Film Festival, the Gold Kahuna Award at the Honolulu Film Awards, as well as official selections at the 2018 Santa Barbara International Film Festival.The film partnered with The Winn Feline Foundation (the largest feline research foundation in the world) to raise awareness for cat health and animal rescue. Paul’s Original Series, The Game Factory, a comedy about gamers was an Official Selection to the 2018 ITVFest and is currently being shopped for distribution.


Born in Brooklyn, raised on the Jersey Shore, and a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts;  Paul's an avid gamer, runner, vegan connoisseur, and owner of four crazy cats named Sasuke, Luna, Kairi, and Jorah. 



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