Voice-Over actor

audiobooks | musical animation | commercials| video games


A true professional: Punctual, thorough, and easy to work with. His talent is evident but what makes him truly unique is his ability - and willingness - to take direction.
— Nick Padiak, Sheffield Marketing Partners

Featured Video

Kraken Rum - National commercial (including ESPN during March Madness)

— Me

Recent Work



I am SO PSYCHED to announce the most fun job I've ever had has 'launched'! 

I'm the singing voice for the Hallmark Wizard of Oz Cowardly Lion Keepsake Ornament!

As a devour-er of all things Oz as a child, and John Lahr's "Notes on a Cowardly Lion" was the first book on acting I read in school, getting the chance to sing "If I only had da noive" was a dream-come-true. 

We had to back off a little from sounding too much like Bert Lahr, at least as much as we could, while still keeping it in his "style."

You can hear the excerpt (or purchase one) on the Amazon link below. It's the last of the images in the column on the left, the one with the play icon. 







Contact Info




LA Agent

TGMD Talent

Luanne Regis


(323) 850-6767

Los Angeles

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It all started when…

After a decade singing leading bass-baritone roles in operas and musicals on stages across the U.S and Europe, Paul has settled in Los Angeles and become an award winning SAG-AFTRA narrator and voice actor. 

He voices video games, animation, audiobooks documentaries, commercials, corporate videos, and has found a niche as a "singing character actor" (the Hallmark Wizard of Oz Cowardly Lion ornament, a singing Ogre for Blizzard's Hearthstone franchise, or a rapping superhero dentist bunny for Colgate, for example.)

A published author, Paul has a journalism degree from NYU. He has studied French, Italian, German, Latin, Russian, even a little Ancient Greek. He is particularly adept at handling complex language or ideas and conveying them in an easily relate-able manner. His favorite genres are classic literature and alternate reality Sci-Fi.

He grew up in Concord, MA and attended Boston University before graduating from NYU. Paul also studied acting at Schreiber Studios in NYC.  After spending most of his adult life based in NYC (including stage appearances Off-Broadway, and as a soloist at Carnegie Hall) he moved to Los Angeles in 2014, where he lives with an assorted menagerie of pointy cacti, fuzzy felines and his wife Patricia (who is both verbally pointed and emotionally fuzzy.) 


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