Paul Fahrenkopf Poster


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Overview (1)

Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Paul Fahrenkopf was born in New York, New York to an artist mother and a civil engineer father, who exposed him to New York's culture at an early age and both of whom were active in local community theatre. He was raised in Manhattan and nearby Leonia, New Jersey (whose residents at the time also included Alan Alda, Robert Ludlum, and Anthony Bourdain). While Paul began as a theatre major at American University in Washington, DC, he graduated as a communications major, specializing in television. He is a former adjunct professor at Georgetown University.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: PEF

Trivia (3)

James Noble (the governor in "Benson") once directed Paul in a production of "Night of the Iguana.".
His first film experience was in John Frankenheimer's "Black Sunday.".
Paul has appeared in two dozen productions at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC, including "Swan Lake" with American Ballet Theatre, which was broadcast on the PBS series "Great Performances: Dance in America.".

Personal Quotes (1)

Shoot big, or stay home.

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