|With "theatre" in his blood from age six,
endeavoring to continually add to Lusaka's vague/sectored social scene,
he established the groundwork for the beauty and fashion industry,
engulfed himself in the arts, stage, television, radio, film and
reporting/writing for newspaper, magazines (national and International)
and even a book. His body of work has been exposed in Zambia, Portugal,
United Kingdom, United States, Zimbabwe, Canada and Botswana. Having
reached a peak in his Homeland, he finally abandoned security, landing
in New York in January of 2001, to study at The Lee Strasberg Theatre
Over sometime, Paulo's "spectacular" physique has brought him
recognition in character roles such as Elephat (Aninanimals), Wizard (Wizards
and Warriors), Herr Schultz (Cabaret), Eugene (Grease), King Herod (JCS), Eddie
& Dr. Scott (Rocky Horror Show), Tom/Phyllis/Leslie in AR Gurney's Silvia and
performed in The British Councils - Three Sisters in Africa, adapted from
More recently he has worked on Paddy Chayefsky's Marty and as Lennie
in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, appeared as Jaycee in Echo and Narcissus
for the Slam Festival, as Dean of Theology from August Strindberg's A Dream Play
at the Marilyn Monroe Theatre, in the original farce "Fairy tale" at the Access
and for the 2002 NY Fringe Festival. Paul has been in several short Films,
including; The Dry Cleaner, Red Cockroaches, Capitalist Pig, From Here to There,
Of Forgotten Memories and Red Flower - Liluwa Lofwera.
Extensive voice work and play readings, including the Voice in
Waiting for Joy at the Trilogy Theatre.
*Partially extracted from "Visages" a photographic Book by Francois D'Elbee.
Written by Chris Mahoney.