Paul Held

Paul returns to these most consecrated and hallowed boards as the somewhat pompous and self-important Ken De La Maize in The Musical Comedy Mysteries of 1940. Paul has appeared with the Concord Players as Petty Officer Dowdy in Mister Roberts and as Frankie Salvucci in Breaking Legs.

Most recently, Paul has appeared in the Wax Wings production of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Butch Honeywell) and the Vokes Players production of Hamlet (Bernardo/Sailor). Previous productions include Nuts! (Dr. Rosenthal), Glengarry Glen Ross (Dave Moss) with the Washington Street Players, Two Gentlemen of Verona (Launce) with the Boston Shakespeare Company, and The Huntington Theatre Black Box production of No Exit (Valet).

Paul also performs as a voice artist, who is honored to play the role of Robert F. Kennedy in multimedia production; The JFK Experience, dramatizing the civil rights movement of the 1960’s.
Paul may also be seen on screen, in the to be soon to be released 20th. Century Fox feature film, Heat, the Longyear Production documentary The House on Broad Street, detailing the life of Mary Baker Eddy (Gilbert Eddy) and the Vigilant Pictures film The Bradford Wall (Sam). Paul received his BFA in acting from the School of Fine Arts from Boston University

Concord Player Productions
2013 Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 Ken De La Maize
2012 Mr. Roberts Dowdy
2011 Breaking Legs Frankie Salvucci