Paul Louis Harrell

Paul Louis Harrell

Height: 183 cm
American Actor Paul Louis Harrell was born in Louisville Kentucky. His mother Susan Jean Knoppe (Huber) works at American Greetings as a Printing Machine Specialist, and has many artistic hobbies such as painting, sewing and gardening. His father Joseph Ronald Harrell is retired from General Electrics as a Maintenance Technician, and before that wo... Show more »
American Actor Paul Louis Harrell was born in Louisville Kentucky. His mother Susan Jean Knoppe (Huber) works at American Greetings as a Printing Machine Specialist, and has many artistic hobbies such as painting, sewing and gardening. His father Joseph Ronald Harrell is retired from General Electrics as a Maintenance Technician, and before that worked at Heaven Hill Distillery, and also served in the National Guard. Paul has 2 younger siblings, Suzanne and Ross, and comes from English and German lineage. He grew up in Bardstown Kentucky, The Bourbon Capital of the World. At age 15 during orientation for Bethlehem high school, an elective jumped out at him, "Drama Club". At this moment, he thought to himself, "I could be a Professional Actor." He joined, studied and booked his first ever audition. He did not graduate as scheduled and instead acquired a G.E.D. Unhappy with his achievements, he chose a career path his father would support more than acting, Video Game Design & Development. He moved to Orlando Florida to attend Full Sail University where he acquired an Associate of Science Degree in the field, along with 2 course director awards. After struggling with his secondary career choice of a Game Designer and Programmer, he was again at a loss. After attending a cattle call for zombies in an independent feature "The Dead Walk", he was reminded of his clear feelings at age 15, and knew he must move to Los Angeles to further his development as an actor. However before he left Florida, he booked another role in another indie feature "Blood Ties: The Legend of Hammerhead".Thanks to the knowledge of his cousin Marisha Ray, Paul arrived in Hollywood with $360 dollars, a Heath Ledger Joker costume and a dream. He impersonated to make a living on the walk of fame to audition and pay for acting expenses and classes, such as Ivana Chubbuck Studios. He booked roles in short films, one being a faith based film "Taking A Stand" by Director Morgan Rodner. Rodner wore a Batman shirt while filming, which started a discussion that led to fan film "Tell Gordon Hello" which has over a million views on YouTube. Paul had booked a similar role as a mime in Director Patrick Clement's "Funny Business" from a frightening audition. Along came another faith based film "Jeremy" by Director Brian Faye where Paul portrays an antagonistic cornrowed wanna be rapper Kip. This film won many awards and ended up in the offices of Scott Rudin Productions. During the production, Paul met fellow cast member Director Jeremy Fultz which later cast him as G.S.W. the rockabilly gunshot surgeon in his film "The Greed of Men".Paul appeared twice on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in his replica Mark 3 Iron Man armor which he also used to street perform. In his hometown of Bardstown Kentucky, Director John A. Coulter was working on a great depression period piece about the death of the family farm. Paul mailed his material to John, including a copy of short film Jeremy, and he was cast as Jack Pruitt in "The Old Winter". The footage from this film put Paul in such a light that others in the industry saw his ability as a major talent with tremendous camera presence.Producer Mike Fuhrmann met Paul years before while street performing and gave him a dual role of Street Punk and Shadow Man in the silent short film "The Case of Conrad Cooper" about invisible homelessness, which also won many awards. Short film Jeremy led to another contact, Producer Jeff Robinson who offered Paul a role as a Downtrodden Man in Dylan Narang's "All I Need". Paul was introduced to director Vlad Koslov by Christopher Dennis, which led to a role portraying himself in his Iron Man suit in "The Kid" along with Dennis and Franco Nero.Once Paul worked 3 feature films in a month. The first was Director Shuja Paul's "Tie the Knot" with Tara Reid about prearranged marriage and family. Secondly was another experimental film with Director Walter Reuben, who is a recipient of L.A. Film Critics Association's The Douglas Edwards Experimental / Independent Film / Video Award. "The Big Raincheck" is another experimental film about filmmaking in Austin Texas during the mid 80's AIDS pandemic, and contains interviews with SXSW Co-Founder Louis Black and Director Andrew Bujalski. Thirdly, it was Chad Ferrin's "Parasites" about homeless and class warfare with Joe Pilato and Robert Miano, which also won many awards. Shortly after this, Director Dylan Narang and Producer Jeff Robinson invited Paul to appear again in their feature film "Sound Wave".As these connections lead to an apex; Paul befriended Makeup Artists Vlad Taupesh and Josef Rarach from FX Creator online. They introduced him to Czech Co-Director's Daniel Minovsk√Ĺ and Matej Pichler from Drive Film Factory. After reviewing footage from The Old Winter and knowing of his phonetic ability to mimic, Paul was cast in their next feature film which is filmed entirely in the Czech language. Paul took this challenging role in his largest production yet. Show less «
Paul Louis Harrell's FILMOGRAPHY
HD
Annabelle: Creation
2017
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...