Paul Denny is an actor whose career has spanned over two decades, traversing roles in films, on television and on stage. He was nominated for a 2010 AFI Award for his role as Bob in the successful first series of ABC-TV’s Lowdown. He reprised the role in the recently screened second series of Lowdown.
Other television roles include Offspring, Australia on Trial, Neighbours, Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War, Upper Middle Bogan, Hawke, Rush, Wilfred, Dirt Game, Satisfaction, Blue Heelers, The Love of Lionel’s Life, Finding Hope, The Day of the Roses and Medivac.
He has appeared in feature films such as Last Dance, Under the Radar, Hildegarde, Joey, Waste and Rats and Cats.
Paul has 20 years of theatre credits. Highlights include Realism, Helicopter (Melbourne Theatre Company), Richard II, Mrs Warren’s Profession, Fred, Dirt, The Fortunes of Richard Mahony (Queensland Theatre Company); Richard III (Bell Shakespeare/Queensland Theatre Company), Johnno (Derby Playhouse, England/Brisbane Festival/La Boite Theatre); Cosi, Romeo and Juliet and Blackrock (La Boite Theatre). He recently performed in independent production of Reasons to be Pretty (Theatre Works).
Paul was awarded multiple Matilda Awards for his performances in The Removalists, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg and Scar.