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Paul Slade Smith is an actor and writer living in Brooklyn, New York. He is currently in rehearsals for the Broadway revival of MY FAIR LADY, at Lincoln Center.
Paul most recently appeared in the original Broadway cast of CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, in the role of Grandpa George. He made his Broadway debut as Mr. Henshaw in the original cast of FINDING NEVERLAND, and in the summer of 2016 succeeded Kelsey Grammer in the dual roles of Charles Frohman and Captain Hook for the remainder of NEVERLAND's Broadway run.
His previous performing credits include the national tours of WICKED (Doctor Dillamond) and THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, and productions at American Repertory Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Goodman, Steppenwolf, Geva Theatre Center and Theatre Under the Stars.
Paul's play UNNECESSARY FARCE, winner of nine regional theatre awards, has had over 240 productions throughout the United States, and in Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Switzerland, Iceland, and Singapore.
His latest play, THE OUTSIDER, had its world premiere in June of 2015 at Peninsula Players Theatre in Wisconsin, and will have its East Coast premiere at Paper Mill Playhouse, beginning January 24th.