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Paul Armstrong

Actor - Writer - Voice Artist - Coach


Paul is currently in rehearsal for an upcoming production of Shakespeare's Cymbeline. The fourth last of The Bard's works, this little performed play reflects a metamorphosis both in Shakespeare's work and his life.

Taking the stage at Collingwood Yards in Fitzroy, in May; this seems to be the first professional production of Cymbeline in Victoria.

Paul is delighted to have the opportunity to explore the light and darkness of Iachimo and Belarius.

More details closer to the season.

Saving Grace

December 2022 saw the US release of Gareth Carr's suspense/horror movie Saving Grace.

Paul was delighted to work on the film, which was shot in and around Sydney. It is great to see this Australian film find its US cinematic release (thanks to Vertical Entertainment) on 16 December, and a release on streaming services worldwide.

Caligula & Burning House

In July '22, Paul was excited to be part of the company bringing Robert Johnson's ambitious and powerful production of Caligula (by Albert Camus) to the stage at Theatre Works in Melbourne.


Paul's first Melbourne show - he greatly enjoyed working with production company Burning House.




For more about Caligula see here.

Subsequently, Paul is delighted to become an Associate Artist with Burning House. He looks forward to more productions with this vibrant and innovative team.


Paul continues to develop a range of exciting work with graphic artist and animator, Guy Downes.


Working on an array of projects, they tell stories and explore ideas together with curiosity and optimism. Paul writes many of the scripts, and provides regular voice overs!

In 2021, Paul scripted an animation for the Royal Australian & NZ College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) called The Beating Hearts of Australia. The animation was part of an event at Parliament House in Canberra.








It Starts With Us is an animation Paul scripted and voiced for CSIRO. It's focus is the experience of women working in STEM, and the critical need to change attitudes and behaviours to ensure women are a valued, equal and enduring part of science and technology in Australia.










For more about Guy and Paul's work


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