Children’s’ Music Theatre (now National Children’s Music Theatre) : The Leaving of Liverpool (1978)
Suddenly Last Summer @ Nottingham Playhouse (98)
Henry Stoller & Henry's son with
girlfriend Dorothy (not credited as the son's character)
"Medium" in episode 11,
"I Married a Mind Reader",
aired March 21, 2005.
a flashback to the 1960's, tv star Henry
Stoller thinks his pregnant girlfriend Dorothy murdered Henry's wife and
co-star, Abigail Marsh. Henry
Stoller 'confesses' to the murder of his wife in order to protect
After more than 40 years in prison, Henry is visited by his and
Dorothy's son (an unnamed character in the episode & portrayed by
is uncredited with the second role portraying Henry and Dorothy's grown
son at the end of the episode.
In his break-through USA role, Paul portrays "Stephen Saunders", a renegade former agent for MI6 who turns the tables for Jack by releasing a lethal virus in a Los Angeles hotel. The Saunders role was played concurrently with Paul's role as "Doctor Jeremy Lawson" on 'ER'.
film written and produced by Elizabeth Puccini. Filmed in Maine. PUT
BLURB FROM SITE HERE.
Captain Andrew Russell
1893: India is ruled by the British. In a drought-stricken Indian province, the villagers of Champaner are asking for relief from the dreaded lagaan tax: a tax on the farm produce. Faced with starvation, the villagers ask the Maharaja to request relief...and on the way to meet with the administrator of the province, Captain Russell, they mock the cricket game as they pass by the playing field.
Angry at the villagers' reactions, the ruthless Captain Andrew Russell challenges the local villagers to a game of cricket and the stakes are high: repeal of the smothering Lagaan tax for three years if the local villagers win. But if the villagers lose, the lagaan is tripled.
But what Captain Russell doesn't know is that upon learning about her brother's bet, his sister (Rachel Shelley) surreptiously teaches the villagers how to play cricket, while falling in love with Bhuvan (Aamir Khan), whose own heart is burning for Gauri (Gracy Singh).
Highlight of the film is the 80 minute cricket game. See Paul's .com for more on Lagaan, including trailer.
Oscar nominated for Best Foreign Language Film.
In 2002, "The Truth Game" was short-listed for Best Feature and Best Director at the inaugural IFOCT awards in Toronto.
Film review: The Guardian
Bollywood Backpack, a exhibit of Paul's photographs that he snapped in the village of Bhuj during the filming of Lagaan between January 2000 and June 2000 were exhibited in London's Alphabet Bar during June 2001. Bhuj was destroyed by an earthquake on January 26, 2001. Paul donated the proceeds of his exhibit to the Red Cross Gujarat (Bhuj) Earthquake Relief Fund.
Sport Relief, (13 July 2002) the unique on-going project devised by Comic Relief and BBC Sport, aims to raise money to help vulnerable and disadvantaged youth & young adults in the UK & across the world. Paul participated in a celebrity cricket tournament :o). Read his Beeb Interview