Paul Hubbard

Biography

As a professional actor for almost forty years, Toronto-born Paul Hubbard has had the opportunity to work with an impressive list of performers.

Film credits include Owning Mahowny with Philip Seymour Hoffman and Minnie Driver, Look Who's Talking Now with John Travolta, and Sea of Love with Al Pacino and John Goodman. He also starred as '80s celebrity, Brock Brannigan, PI, in the hit comedy The Diary of a Wimpy Kid.

In the spring of 2014, he filmed the indie short, "In Honor Of" based on the true story of an "honor" killing. Release for the festival circuit is planned for late Summer 2014. In 2009, Paul was nominated for a Leo (British Columbia's film award) for The Familiar, in which he played Simon Bolivar, a 400-year-old vampire. (IMDb) (Wikipedia)

His television credits include The Return of Perry Mason with Raymond Burr, X-Files with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, Doc, Outer Limits, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and The 11th Hour.

On stage, Paul received critical acclaim in Ain't Lookin' for George Luscombe at Toronto Workshop Productions, I'm Not Rappaport with Paul Soles and Leon Bibb at The Royal Alexandra Theatre and Manitoba Theatre Centre, and Remember Me with Susan Rattan at Stage West.

Paul is probably best known to Canadian audiences as the Random Celebrity Guy from his long string of Ford commercials.