In 2004, 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, Greene’s commitment to developing his craft continued in Los Angeles at Improv Olympic West, The Groundlings, Ivanna Chubbuck, Margie Haber and Sandy Marshal. Greene has appeared in Sofia Coppola’sSomewhere
and in the hit HBO series “The Newsroom.”
His television experience reveals a broad range of characters and considerable versatility including 42 episodes on FOX’s “Wicked Wicked Games” as Tatum O’Neal’s love interest, appearances on ABC’s “Freddie,” “Eastwick” and “The Whole Truth” (Jerry Bruckheimer); CBS’s “CSI: NY,” “CSI,” “Shark” and “NCIS;” NBC’s “My Own Worst Enemy,” and “Harry’s Law;” FOX’s “The Wedding Bells” (David E. Kelley); Lifetime’s “The Client List;” HBO’s “The Newsroom;” Adult Swim’s “NTSF:SD:SUV;” SyFy’s “Bitten”
and Bravo’s “Girlfriends Guide to Divorce.” Greene has also starred in more than 100 television commercials.
Recently, Greene starred in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Original “Christmas in Angel Falls,” and the Hallmark Channel Original Movies “My Favorite Wedding,” “Campfire Kiss,” “A Wish for Christmas,” “Anything for Love,” “A Christmas Detour” and “Perfect Match.”
From a small family farm in Alberta, Canada, Greene was discovered by renowned talent agent Kelly Streit. He is an avid pilot, accomplished musician, singer and filmmaker. He was recently featured in and helped film a documentary following five riders on motorcycles through the Himalayas from north India to the Tibetan plateau called The Highest Pass.
In November, Greene took the stage at Carnegie Hall in a performance benefitting Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation. Greene has worked to help find a cure for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) through the creation of Art for ALS.