Paul Greene (actor)

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Paul Greene
Born (1974-06-02) June 2, 1974 (age 43)
Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actor, Model, Photographer and Singer
Years active 2006–present
Children 1

Paul Greene (born June 2, 1974[1] in Wetaskiwin, Alberta) is a Canadian actor. He lives in Los Angeles with his son Oliver.


Greene's first notable role was in the MyNetworkTV telenovela Wicked Wicked Games, where he was a series regular appearing in forty episodes (out of sixty-five) as attorney Benjamin Gray. His other acting credits include guest roles in series such as Freddie, Shark, The Wedding Bells, My Own Worst Enemy, and NCIS. Greene made his major-picture debut in Sofia Coppola's 2010 film Somewhere. He also has appeared in over 100 television commercials.

Personal life[edit]

Greene has a pilot's license and is good at various martial arts.[citation needed]

He plays piano, guitar, bass and drums vocals.

His sports skills include, among others, swimming, boxing, gymnastics, golf, tennis, football, basketball, baseball, soccer and surfing. He is 6 ft 1in (185 cm) tall.


Year Title Role Notes Director
2010 Somewhere Ron the Masseur Feature film Sofia Coppola
Red Rooster N/A Short film Neill Barry
2013 Screwed Steve Theatrical film John Wynn
2014 Beautiful Girl Peter the Punisher Theatrical film Stevie Long
2015 Deadly Sanctuary Eric Heisler Theatrical film Nancy Criss
2017 Sweet Home Carolina Luke Theatrical film Charlie Vaughn


Year Title Role Notes
2006 Freddie Dwight Episode: "Eligible Bachelor"
2006 Shark Scott Ransom Episode: "LAPD Blue"
2006–2007 Wicked Wicked Games Benjamin Gray 42 episodes
2007 Wedding Bells, TheThe Wedding Bells Robert Harris Episode: "Partly Cloudy, with a Chance of Disaster"
2008 My Own Worst Enemy Rick Episode: "That Is Not My Son"
2009 NCIS Renny Grant Episode: "Bounce"
2009 Eastwick Guy Episode: "Paint and Pleasure"
2010 Whole Truth, TheThe Whole Truth Kevin Episode: "Pilot"
2011 Harry's Law Thomas 2 episodes
2012 Do No Harm Ian Brock Television film directed by Philippe Gagnon
2013 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Franz Episode: "The Real Bicycle Thief"
2013 Client List, TheThe Client List Walter Episode: "Who's Cheatin' Who"
2013 Newsroom, TheThe Newsroom Scott Episode: "News Night with Will McAvoy"
2014 Bitten Philip McAdams 13 episodes
2015 Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce 2 episodes
2015 Perfect Match Adam Parker Television film (Hallmark) directed by Ron Oliver
2015 A Christmas Detour Dylan Television film (Hallmark) directed by Ron Oliver
2016 Anything for Love Jack Cooper RN Television film (Hallmark) directed by Terry Ingram
2016 A Wish for Christmas Peter Williams Television film (Hallmark) directed by Christie Will Wolf
2017-2018 When Calls the Heart Carson Shepard
2017 Campfire Kiss Steve Television film (Hallmark) directed by James Head
2017 My Favorite Wedding Michael Television film (Hallmark) directed by Mel Damski
2017 Christmas in Angel Falls Jack Avery[2] Television film (Hallmark) directed by Bradley Walsh


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