Paul is left-handed but he plays his guitar right-handed.
Paul was inducted a second time into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist in 2001.
Paul was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 as part of Simon and Garfunkel.
One of Paul's best friends is Chevy Chase. They each try to include each other in their work from time to time.
Paul regrets only one song he has written and performed and that was Feelin Groovy.
Paul left the duo Simon and Garfunkel. to pursue a solo career. He says he finds his work more satisfying as a solo artist.
Paul's first child from his first marriage is Harper Simon.
Paul was in college he joined a fraternity. It was the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Paul's children with his current wife are Adrian Edward, Lulu and Gabriel.
Paul married Edie Brickell on May 30, 1992 and are currently still married and have three children together.
Paul married Carrie Fisher on August 16, 1983 and divorced in July of 1984.
Paul married Peggy Harper in 1970 and they divorced in 1975 have one child together.
Paul was studying law when he decided to leave school and pursue his music career in 1964.
Paul appeared in the movie The Graduate as a singer in the movie.
In 1994 when the movie Forrest Gump premiered, Paul's song Mrs. Robinson was a hit song in the movie.
The box office hit Maid in Manhattan which released in 2002 played Me and Julio Down By The Schoolyard throughout the movie.
Paul's music compositions were used throughout the movie Intolerable Cruelty (2003).
Learn How to Fall was a song Paul wrote and used in the movie Something's Gotta Give.
The Only Living Boy in New York was a song used by Paul in the movie Garden State(2004).
Paul Simon: My life so common it disappears and sometimes even music cannot substitute for tears.
Paul Simon: I'm more interested in what I discover than what I invent.
Paul Simon: My whole artistic life has always been about change, change, change, move on, move on. It's the only thing I find interesting.
Paul Simon: Why am I so soft in the middle when the rest of my life is so hard.
Paul Simon: The thought that life could be better is woven indelibly into our hearts ank our brains.
Paul Simon: Music is forever; music should grow and mature with you, following you right on up until you die.
Paul Simon: Some people never say the words 'I love you'. It's not their style to be so bold. Some people never say those words: 'I love you' But, like a child, they're longing to be told.