Adrian Paul stars in a Sci Fi Channel movie, Wraiths of Roanoke, about the famous colony that went missing in Roanoke, Virginia, in colonial America, in the late 16th century. The movie is directed by Matt Codd.
Adrian Paul takes the role of a structural engineer in the 2001 science fiction television movie, The Void.
In 2003, Mr. Paul had a cameo as businessman, Frank Newcome, in the movie, Little Chicago, an independent movie by Nimbus 9 Productions.
In 2004, Adrian Paul played the role of Gavin Matheson in an independent thriller, E5, directed and produced by Neil Elman.
The 2006 movie, Highlander: The Source is being produced by Adrian Paul. It is presently being filmed in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Paul, in the P.E.A.C.E. fund website, defines the goals of his project:
"Children need opportunities and guidance to improve their lives. They need role models and programs that can help them change their attitudes, outlooks and, ultimately, their destinies."
Paul produced and starred in a stage production of Things Just Change in April, 2005, with the Actors in Process group.
Adrian Paul helped start an acting troup in Los Angeles, called "Actors in Process".
Adrian Paul is presently filming the new Highlander movie, Highlander: The Source , in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Notes: Adrian Paul has worked as a model, dancer, choreographer and has had a few roles in scattered tv appearances and movies. He had a small run in the play, Bouncers. Paul directed several of the most famous episodes of Highlander: The Series and in Highlander, performed and helped choreograph his own fight and sword scenes, also much of his own stunt driving. Adrian prefers to perform most of his own stunts, but since an accident on the set of The Breed, where Adrian was performing a "wire action" stunt and was dropped on his head, due to a language barrier with the Hungarian crew, Adrian usually refrains from complicated wire work.
Adrian Paul: (Talking about playing Duncan Macleod after the show had ended) I loved Highlander. Highlander was a great part of my learning experience and I loved Duncan MacLeod. I loved playing him. In a way I kind of miss him, but then I don't, because it was time to move on.