Tommy Riles and Art Eddy talk about what profession they wanted to get into while they were in high school. They were inspired by this week’s guest, Paul Greene. Once Paul Greene saw the Jean Claude Van Damme movie, Bloodsport, he knew he wanted to become an actor.
In 2005, Paul Greene‘s passion for acting brought him to Los Angeles. After studying in New York at Stella Adler, Uta Hagen’s HB Studios, and Susan Batson’s Black Nexxus, Paul‘s commitment to developing his craft continued in Los Angeles at Improv Olympic West and the Actor’s Circle Theater and in work with, Nicoli Guzov, and Sandy Marshal. Paul has starred in Do No Harm with Lauren Holly, and appeared in Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere.
Paul is an avid pilot, accomplished musician and singer and photographer. Paul has recorded two albums. He was recently featured in, and helped film a documentary following 5 riders on motorcycles through the Himalayas from north India to the Tibetan plateau called The Highest Path.
He lives in Los Angeles with his son, Oliver.Paul shares his story about being a father, co-parenting and keeping love as front and center.
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