Paul is very happy to return to the Blyth Festival, after a memorable experience of performing in Mark Crawford’s Bed and Breakfast here in 2019. He recently appeared in Wildfire at Factory Theatre in Toronto (Dora Award – Outstanding Production). Previous to that he toured Bed and Breakfast, with stops at Vancouver’s Arts Club, Regina’s Globe, Victoria’s Belfry, Ottawa’s GCTC, Montreal’s Centaur and the Thousand Islands Playhouse in Gananoque (where it premiered). Over the past three decades, he has performed in theatres large and small across the country. Some highlights include The Gay Heritage Project (Toronto’s Buddies in Bad Times and national tour), Tartuffe (National Arts Centre Newfoundland tour), Vigil (Theatre New Brunswick), East of Berlin (Tarragon) and TomorrowLove (Outside the March) in Toronto, HAIR (Grand Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Driftwood) and seven seasons at the Stratford Festival (including Peter Pan, Glenn, Elizabeth Rex, Merchant of Venice, Caesar and Cleopatra). Other credits include Murdoch Mysteries (season 3) and the recent radio recordings of Bed and Breakfast and Wildfire for CBC/PlayMe. He first encountered The Donnellys trilogy 26 years ago, and he’s thrilled to be a part of this adaptation. He lives in Stratford.