Paul Schneider

Originally from North Carolina, Paul Schneider studied Film Editing at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. In 2007, Paul was named one of Variety's "10 Actors to Watch" and in 2010 the New York Times named him one of the Nifty Fifty in their annual list of young innovators.

An award winning actor, Paul appeared in Goodbye to All That, for which he won Best Actor for a Narrative Feature at Tribeca in 2014, and in Woody Allen's Café Society, Schneider also co-wrote and starred in All the Real Girls, which was a recognized Special Jury Prize Winner at Sundance in 2003. Other notable credits include NBC's Parks and Recreation, Bright Star, and The Newsroom.