In 2001, he did a commercial for Rennies.
In 2002, he did a commercial for Holland Casino.
He had a starring role in the British film Rhythm & Blues as John.
He's appeared in commercials for Playboy channel in the UK, Sony USA, Volvo, Mercedes, and many more.
Paul has dabbled in modeling.
He left home at the age of 21.
Starred in a commercial to launch Whitewater for Old Spice.
He has a flat in London and an apartment in Beverly Hills.
In his first TV commercial, he polished a car for a supermarket competition.
Played a character named Liam in "Peak Practice" (UK Television).
Played a character named Guy Morton, a cosmetic surgeon, in BBC's Holby City.
When he played the Grim Reaper in a commercial for Virgin Atlantic, his line was "If your life flashes before you, make sure you have plenty to watch."
Paul is a noted photographer.
Shortly after filming for Lagaan finished in India, the town where filming took place was leveled by an earthquake, including the apartment building in which the cast of Lagaan were staying. To help the earthquake victims, Paul exhibited his photography in a special show in London.
Starred in the festival-winning indie feature length film Four Corners of Suburbia, winner of both the Crossroads Film Festival in Best Narrative Feature (2006) and in the category of Best Composer at the Avignon Film Festival in Avignon, France (2006).
Starred in the film Mindcrime.
Paul's most recent indie film role is Jonas Exiler in the film Special.
Had a starring role in the British film, The Truth Game.
Paul is credited in Bret Easton Ellis's indie film This Is Not an Exit.
Appeared as the Grim Reaper in a commercial for Virgin Atlantic.
Paul Blackthorne also appeared as a main character in a Bollywood movie titled "Lagaan," which means "tax."
Paul is 6' 3" tall.