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Paul Trussell became an actor in 1987 and has performed in many plays, television programmes and films. Highlights include:
For television, regular roles in Sharpe, Crime Traveller, Vanishing Man, So Haunt Me, two series of Big Meg, Little Meg and Cry Wolf and guest appearances in, amongst others Chef, The Chief, Cadfael, Bugs, Wexford, Sam's Game, My Family, Holby City, Teenage Kicks and approximately seven episodes of The Bill (Including the 2003 live one).
Stage appearances include Les Liaisons Dangereuses for the RSC, Bloody Poetry at The Young Vic, Marya at the Old Vic and It's a Great Big Shame devised with Mike Leigh. Mike Alfreds' production of Midsummer Night's Dream at Shakespeare's Globe, and The Golden Ass also at The Globe. Twelfth Night at Bolton Octagon, Mouse at The Tristan Bates Theatre, Underbelly Edinburgh and A Man for all Seasons at York Theatre Royal, and I Caught Crabs in Walberswick at The Bush.
Film includes Mike Leigh's Life is Sweet and Secrets and Lies, Roger Michell's Titanic Town and the 2000 remake of 'The Railway Children'.
Paul lives in South London with his wife and dog.
Last update December 14th 2008