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Paul Ganus Poster

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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 28 July 1961Midland, Michigan, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Born and raised in Michigan, Paul started his diverse acting career as a stunt man in Chicago. His film credits include "The Mask of Zorro," "Rumor Has It," "Forever Young," "No Turning Back," and "Goodbye, Casanova." Some of his recent television appearances include "Harry's Law", "Dark Blue", "Big Love", "Bones", "Southland", "Heroes," "Nip/Tuck," "Fashion House," "C.S.I.," "Cold Case," "Brothers and Sisters," "The Mentalist," and "House."

Paul was affectionately known as "El Gringo Malo" in Mexico during the late 90's, starring in several television novellas and films there as antagonists, and was nominated for a best supporting actor Ariel for his work as 'Wilson' in director Carlos Garcia Agraz's "Ultima LLamada". Paul can be seen in the theatrical films "Alone Yet Not Alone", "To Have and To Hold", and the family Hallmark television film, "Cupid's Bed and Breakfast". He recently recurred on T.V. as 'Mr. Swanson' in MTV's "Hard Times of RJ Berger", Agent Tanner on TNT's "Perception", and wrapped his latest guest spots on "90210" and ABC Family Channel's, "Twisted.". Paul lives in Los Angeles with his wife of 24 years, actress Ellen Bradley Ganus, and his two children, who are young actors, musicians, and voice artists, Spencer Lacey Ganus and Tyler Ganus.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: E. Ganus

Spouse (1)

Ellen Bradley (1991 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (3)

Was student council president class of 1979 in Midland Michigan.
Paul has played professional Guts Frisbee as a hobby.
Father of actress Spencer Lacey Ganus.

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