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Paul Ellis (II)


Paul Ellis is known for his work on Ice (2011), Dream Team (1997) and Shortland Street (1992). See full bio »
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Known For

Ice
Ice Corporal
(2011)
Dream Team
Dream Team Taylor Doyle
(2002)
Shortland Street
Shortland Street Fergus Kearney
(1998-1999)
TimeSplitters 2
TimeSplitters 2 Miscellaneous Crew
(2002)

Filmography

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 2011 Ice (TV Mini-Series)
Corporal
- Episode #1.2 (2011) ... Corporal
- Episode #1.1 (2011) ... Corporal
 2003 Mile High (TV Series)
Robber
- Episode #1.1 (2003) ... Robber
 2002 Dream Team (TV Series)
Taylor Doyle
- Forsaking All Others (2002) ... Taylor Doyle
- Seize the Day (2002) ... Taylor Doyle
- Sex, Lies & Videotape (2002) ... Taylor Doyle
- In the Name of the Father (2002) ... Taylor Doyle
- Mind Games (2002) ... Taylor Doyle
 2000 Cleo Bachelor of the Year 2000 (TV Movie)
 1998-1999 Shortland Street (TV Series)
Fergus Kearney
- Episode #8.210 (1999) ... Fergus Kearney
- Episode #8.209 (1999) ... Fergus Kearney
- Episode #8.208 (1999) ... Fergus Kearney
- Episode #8.207 (1999) ... Fergus Kearney
- Episode #8.206 (1999) ... Fergus Kearney
 1998 The Chosen (TV Movie)
Scotty
 1996 Nobody Rides Forever
Gubbar Singh
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 1997 Family Affairs (TV Series) (stand-by art director)
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 2002 TimeSplitters 2 (Video Game) (assistant quality assurance manager)
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 2000 Happy Birthday 2 You (TV Special)
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Other Works:

: Plays Cop in "He Hunts" play by Georges Feydeau adapted by Phillip Littell (Geffen Playhouse, Westwood, California, USA).

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