Don Michael Paul
Good-looking American leading man of mostly forgettable--and forgotten--low-budget teen films of the 1980s and 90s (e.g. "Aloha Summer" and "Aliens from L.A.," both 1988, "Dangerously Close" 1986, "Winner Take All" 1987 and "Rich Girl" 1991). The one notable exception to the rule was the offbeat Arctic romance "Winter People" (1989), in which Paul played the supporting role of Kelly McGillis' brother. He later took an interest in writing, and his first screenplay to be filmed was the road movie, "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man" (1991).
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Made professional acting debut in the feature, "Lovelines"
TV debut on the CBS Schoolbreak Special, "War Between the Classes"
Starred in the action film, "Dangerously Close"
Hired by producer Jere Henshaw to rewrite script of "Winner Take All" also starred in film
Starred in the Sci-fi comedy, "Alien from L.A."
Starred in the teen drama, "Aloha Summer" about six friends from different backgrounds
Played the supporting role of Kelly McGillis' brother in the offbeat romance "Winter People"
Co-produced his original screenplay, "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man" with Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson
Signed four-picture deal with MGM/Pathe to write and direct
Cast in a recurring role as Craig Bodi on the FOX series "Models, Inc."
Made feature directing debut with his screenplay "Half Past Dead"; also starred
Directed second film, "The Garden" starring Lance Henriksen and Sean Young
Helmed the golf comedy, "Who's Your Caddy"