In what little spare time Paul has he enjoys watching cop dramas, science-fiction and teen series.
In December 2006 Paul was awarded The R.M. Wiles Memorial Book Prize at McMaster University.
During 2006 Paul served on McMaster University's Undergraduate Council.
Paul has a mixed heritage of both Slovakian and Ukrainian.
Paul's acting ability was discovered after a nation search for new talent.
While Paul is a Canadian at heart, he has made his home in Los Angeles, America.
Paul attended the Royal Conservatory of Music where he studied Classical Music.
Paul's favourite sports are football, swimming, archery and wrestling.
Paul's first acting role was as the character Cass in the movie "Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller".
Paul is a fan of TV and film which has some form of fantasy element, and has been since he was a child.
Paul was once the lead singer of a rock band while living in Los Angeles.
Paul is an artist and spends much of his free time sketching and painting.
Paul can play both piano and guitar.
Paul on why he wanted to play the lead role in "The Silver Man": "We are all a bit like Silver Man, we are all judged by what we look like."
Paul on his character in Twice in a Lifetime: "Smith is a reluctant angel. He's full of attitude, doubts, questions and flaws. That makes him interesting."
Paul on what he admires in other actors: "I always admired actors who can be chameleon roles."
Paul on his character, Mr Smith, in Twice in a Lifetime who has to constantly change his persona: "It keeps me sharp as a performer. The show allows me to take risks and explore unique characters each week."