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Paul Woodadge


Paul Woodadge is a British born battlefield guide and historian living in Normandy, France. He is a published author and in addition to working as a DDay and Battle of Normandy tour guide he works as a historical consultant and advisor on WWII documentaries, films and TV shows. He is highly regarded as one of the foremost experts on 1944 and the ... See full bio »

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The Mummy
Tue, Dec 25 11:00 AM EST on MTV (250)
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Tue, Dec 25 5:00 PM EST on MTV (250)

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Known For

D-Day in HD Himself - Author, 'Angels of Mercy'
(2014)
D-Day 360 Himself - Battlefield guide
(2014)
Dig World War II Himself - Battlefield guide
(2012)

Filmography

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 2000 Steel Tempest (Video)
American soldier
 1999 Horizon (TV Series documentary)
British soldier / radar technician
- Wings of Angels (1999) ... British soldier / radar technician
 1999 The Mummy
Soldier on dock (uncredited)
 1998 Saving Private Ryan
Paratrooper (uncredited)
 1996 No Bananas (TV Mini-Series)
Soldier on pier
- Dunkirk (1996) ... Soldier on pier
 1996 Tales from the Crypt (TV Series)
POW camp guard
- Escape (1996) ... POW camp guard (uncredited)
 1996 Sharpe's Regiment (TV Movie)
South Essex soldier (uncredited)
 1996 Over Here (TV Movie)
Soldier (uncredited)
 1992 The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (TV Series)
French soldier
- Somme, Early August 1916 (1992) ... French soldier
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Alternate Names:

Paul Woodage | Paul Wordadge
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Trivia:

Paul's Great Uncle Cyril Rand landed on Sword Beach on DDay June 6th 1944.

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