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About Paul Hughes

He took up acting later in life whilst auditioning for a play at The Rose Theatre in S.W. London. Other theatrical parts soon followed as did roles in short films and television playing a lead in the major television series 'Mafias Greatest Hits' together with a leading role in the British Council funded film 'Tea & Crumpets', about the horrors of sex trafficking. His first feature films were 'London Latino' and 'M.O.N.E.Y.' featuring Emmy Award winning actor Wil Johnson. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of 'Dr Who' the BBC cast him to play 'Tom Baker' closely followed by a further appearance on the London fringe theatre playing 'Shamrayev' in Chekhov's 'The Seagull'. Now noticed by European directors he was cast in a leading role in the International feature film 'Day Rises. I Fall', a Polish/UK production, followed by a return to stage at the Tabard theatre for a classic British comedy. Later developments included an amazing 47 performances at the London Palladium alongside Donny Osmond, Julian Clary and Nigel Havers, and an abundance of films also featuring well known European artists.

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