Paul has won 5 Dramalogue awards and an L.A. Weekly award for his acting. Paul played Abbie Hoffman in the award winning production of "The Chicago Conspiracy Trial" in Los Angeles. He portrayed Elia Kazan in "Names" in both the Los Angeles and New York productions. In Los Angeles he played the orthodox Rabbi, Hersh, in "The Quarrel" and the child molesting Priest, Father Grant, in "The Comfortable Truth." On Broadway he played Hitler and Moses among other parts in the celebrated production of "Lenny." He appeared with Julie Harris, Estelle Parsons and Bill Macy in the Broadway production of "And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little." He played the role of Danny in the west coast premiere of "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea" and originated the role of Treat, in the world premiere of "Orphans."
Paul's first collection of poetry, "Chemical Tendencies," has just been published by Tebot Bach Press. He created, produces and hosts a radio show in Los Angeles called "Why Poetry" on KPFK. The intention of the show is to de-mystify poetry and then perhaps to mystify it again.
Name: Paul Lieber
Known for: King of California