Paul Chirico was born in Livingston, NJ but grew up on a cattle ranch near Anaconda MT. Paul was the youngest of 6 brothers and sisters. His father and 3 brothers are all Marines. Growing up in Big Sky Country, Paul was active in 4H and the FFA and broke his first horse at the age of 12. He is an avid skier/snowboarder and in the summer after moving irrigation lines played Football and Baseball. Paul went to The University of Montana, where he was a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity whose film alumni include Carroll O'Conner and Eric Braeden of The Young and The Restless. Paul went on to be apart of multiple University Productions including "The House of Blue Leaves", "The Merry Wives of Windsor", "Buried Child". After college did multiple shows with The Montana Actors Theater, and The Montana Repertory Theater in Missoula. After getting a taste of the film world being apart of local independent short films "Say Uncle" and "The Life and Times of an American Playboy" Paul began working professionally in the Inland Northwest, doing commercials and industrial films. He excepted a background role in the film "Middleton" and after watching the film's stars, Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga work Paul decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue greener pastures. Paul was worked as an actor upon getting to town, landing roles in " Unusual Suspects" and "The Numbers Game" on National Geographic. From there he accepted a role in the film "Isaiah is Talking". Paul currently works as a stage manager for the Groundlings Theater in Hollywood, CA.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Escape the Night||June 22, 2016|