Training: Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

Paul most recently performed in Rupert Goold's hit production of King Charles III, touring the UK and playing a sell-out run in Australia at Sydney Theatre Company. He made his professional debut playing Julie Walters' son in the one-off comedy drama Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story for the BBC.

Other theatre credits include: Dunsinane (RSC/National Theatre of Scotland World Tour); A Life Of Galileo (RSC/Theatre Royal Bath UK Tour); Three Men In A Boat (UK Tour); Two's Company (Old Vic Tunnels); Outward Bound (Finborough); Seagull (Arcola); Dancing At Lughnasa (Original Theatre Co.); Manchester (Arcola); Plucker (Southwark Playhouse); The Ring Of Truth (Orange Tree); Twelfth Night (York Theatre Royal); Great Expectations (Manchester Library Theatre); Hapgood (Birmingham Rep); Nick Payne's Starlings (Old Vic 24 Hour Plays); Othello (Birmingham Stage Company); and the title role in Hamlet (Robsham Theater, USA).

Other television credits include: Series regular Niccolo Ardinghelli in David S. Goyer's Da Vinci's Demons (STARZ/BBC); Gracie! (BBC); and Walter’s War (BBC).

Film credits include: Us & Them (Dir. Joseph Martin); Mortdecai opposite Johnny Depp (Dir. David Koepp)

Writing credits include: Zain Tyrannus (Bold Tendencies Peckham); and the forthcoming Returning Tides, which will be produced professionally in March 2017.

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