Paul Kelman


Paul has been part of the Australian film and Television industry since 1986 as an actor, writer, producer and teacher. Appearing in over 30 television productions and seven feature films. Paul played the lead role in the feature film ‘Terra Nova’ which won best of the festival at the Edinburgh film festival. He won best supporting actor at the Great Lakes Film Festival USA for ‘Forced Entry’. He played the lead in the short film ‘Playgrounds’ which was selected for the Cannes Film Festival. Paul spent several years working in the United Kingdom television industry where he presented several programs including ‘The Kelman Report’ and ‘The Morning Show’ for TCC Europe. His most recent credits include ‘Rake’ ABC and the Sci-Fi film ‘Yesterdays Girl’.


Biography: Paul Kelman was born on October 9, 1967 in Papua New Guinea as Paul Francis Kelman. He is an actor, known for Halfway Across the Galaxy and Turn Left (1993), Home and Away (1988) and E Street (1989). See full bio >>
Born: October 9, 1967 | Papua New Guinea


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